Romance during WWII-Part 3

History of Sorts


Amidst all the fighting and drama there was still some space for romance during WWII, at the end of the day it is a fact that love conquers all.

Soldier Is Greeted With A Kiss From His Ecstatic Wife As He Comes Home From France On Christmas


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


US Soldier Giving Japanese Girl A Bicycle Ride, With Handlebar Riding Forbidden, 1946


A GI And His Girl Walk Arm-In-Arm Among The Sheep In Kensington Gardens, London, 1945.


A Present For His Girlfriend, California, 1943


US Soldier And Local Girl Sharing A Chocolate Bar And Cigarettes, 1940s


Soldier Is Welcomed Home At Long Beach Airport, 1945


An American GI And His French Girlfriend Holding One Another While On A Date, 1940s



Life Magazine

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