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sweetest love letter from wife to husband, on their wedding day...

Letters from World War ll. This will always be more romantic than emails or text messages.

World War Two, United States Army Air Force (U.S.A.A.F.), 5th Photo Reconnaissance Group, 4th Photo Squadron: "Mail call." Handwritten on back: "Must read a letter from home!" Cpl. Donald Krasno (Photo Lab Tech), Italy, 1944 or 1945

July Vogue 1957 by Karen Radkai Dressed in full honour of their wedding day - he in a cutaway, she in white, with all of the traditions: long sleeves, high neckline, a sweep of train.

Letters From Tuscany is inspired by the World War era romances conducted across the ocean via letters. A soft, vintage collection with a touch of romance perfect for many types of LOs. Available at GingerScraps: store.gingerscrap...

Satin dress (bridal portrait), circa 1916. This gown was worn by the donor’s mother, Elizabeth Mary Branch Simons Chisolm at her wedding. Via Charleston Museum, flickr.

#11 Vintage Summer Picture - my parents on their wedding day, July 19, 1969 (OK, maybe not technically "vintage," but definitely classic)

JOSEPHINE BRUNSVIK ~It is clear from 13 letters from Beethoven to Josephine - which only came to light after the second world war - that Beethoven was passionately in love with her in the period 1804-7, that he suggested they should have a physical relationship, and that she refused. His "Immortal Beloved"?

What it's about: This true story follows the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, who helped to save hundreds of people from the Nazis in World War II by smuggling them into empty cages. Who's starring: Jessica Chastain will star in the movie.

Meaningful Moments: A Japanese-American boy gets a hug from his pal during lunchtime at Raphael Weill Public School in San Francisco, April 1942. Not long after this photo was taken, children of Japanese ancestry (including the pictured boy) were evacuated with their parents to spend the duration of World War II in War Relocation Authority centers.

Woman working as Letter carrier to free up men for the war. Women waiting for news from their husbands and sons and sweethearts.

".... Beautiful, don't you think?"