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    The kiss (Marlene Dietrich giving a kiss to a departing sailor during World War II)

  • Katie Wierzbowski

    Marlene Dietrich by Irving Haberman, classic yet beautiful photo of true love

  • Natalie Lopez

    Real friends right here! Love this photo!

  • runawaycloud88

    The Last Kiss.... World War II.... A well-supported kiss, at that! Famous photo indeed!

  • Iñigo Maestro

    Marlene Dietrich passionately kissing a soldier as he arrives home from World War II, New York, 1945. Photo by Irving Haberman.

  • Shannon Carter

    Second World War kiss so sweet

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“Right then, I wanted to go back in time and relive every moment with him. One more secret smile, one more shared laugh. One more electric kiss. Finding him was like finding someone I didn't know I was searching for. He’d come into my life too late, and now was leaving too soon. I remembered him telling me he’d give up everything for me. He already had.” ― Becca Fitzpatrick, Hush, Hush

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He came home from war. So excited to be alive and home, he grabbed a nursing student walking back from lunch, bent her over, and kissed her on the spot. A photographer just happened to be taking pictures of the sailors' return. Perfect timing.

From the window of a train, Private Joe Sunseri grabs a last minute kiss on March 11, 1941, from his girl, Alma Teresi.

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