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Legend has it an 8th century English monk who brought Christianity to Germany and France used an upside-down pine to try to turn Pagans on to a new faith, according to multiple Catholic publications and Father William Saunders in his story, The Christmas Tree.
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"In the small common rooms of the lower classes, there was simply no space," Bernd Brunner wrote in his book, Inventing the Christmas Tree.