Romance during WW2

Amidst all the fighting and destruction there was still some time for romance during World War 2.

A Sailor Kissing A Nurse In New York’s Times Square. This Iconic Photo Symbolizes The End Of World War II. This is probably the most famous romantic WW2 picture.


A Young Woman Lifts Her Feet While Embracing And Kissing A Uniformed Us Soldier At The Train Station, Connecticut, 1945.


Farewell To Departing Troops At New York’s Penn Station, April 1943


A Woman Leans Over The Railing To Kiss A British Soldier Returning From World War II, London, 1940


Jean Moore Kneels And Kisses Her Fiancé, Wheelchair-Bound World War II Veteran Ralph Neppel, 1945


A Soldier Comes Home From War, 1940s


Saying Goodbye At The Train Station Before Departing To WWII


American Soldier Kissing His English Girlfriend On Lawn In Hyde Park, 1945


An English ATS And Eighth Air Force Sergeant Enjoy A Blissful Kiss, 1945


Another Farewell To Departing Troops At New York’s Penn Station, April 1943


A British Soldier Whispers Into The Ear Of A Loved One As He Leaves For The Front, 1939


Coffee Served On Porch Of Ante-Bellum Mansion, At Party For Cadets From Local Army Flying School, Mississippi, US, 1943


A Young Woman On Roller Skates And Her Soldier Honey, 1940s


A British Soldier Kisses His Wife On His Return From Serving With The Armed Forces, 1945


Young Couple Chalking Hearts Onto A Tree, Valentine’s Day, 1944



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