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    American soldier and his English girlfriend on lawn in Hyde Park, one of the favorite haunts of US troops stationed in England, photo by Ralph Morse, London, May 1944 - Black and White Photography

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    An American soldier kissing his English girlfriend on the lawn in Hyde Park, one of the favorite haunts of US troops stationed in London, England, United Kingdom, May 1944. By Ralph Morse

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    American soldier and girlfriend, Hyde Park, London, England, United Kingdom, May 1944 - LIFE

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though I am {honestly} content being single, I do long for this.

Ascoltare il tuo cuore prima di addormentarmi..lasciarmi cullare dolcemente dal tuo respiro e dai tuoi battiti......e sentirmi al sicuro dal mondo,tra le tue braccia.

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A woman and her dog by Gordon Parks, Harlem, 1943.

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