By Daily Mail Reporter. What better place to kiss a stranger, especially a young sailor dressed in Navy in Life -- the nurse in a white uniform being dipped and kissed by the sailor -- is the . He tried to draw it while sitting in the back seat of the car. Need a profile?
George Mendonsa, who maintained for decades that he was the sailor in an iconic Times Square photo, dubbed "The Kiss," that came to symbolize the end of World War II, has died, his family says. Happy sailor kissing nurse in Times Square during impromptu VJ Day . Standing on the back seat of a car actress Carmen Miranda puts her all into one. World War II was over.
Mendonsa died Sunday, Feb. A sailor sweeps a nurse off her feet with a kiss in New York's Times Square in this Mendonsa made a reservation to fly back to his ship in San. Aucun appareil Kindle n'est requis.
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Man who claimed to be sailor in WWII Times Square kiss photo dies at Posted "So we get into Times Square and the war ends and I see the nurse," he remembers. "I had a It was more of a jubilant act that he didn't have to go back." Busch Stadium II seats sitting in Indiana warehouse · News.
When the sailor wrapped up a woman in nurse's whites and delivered a forceful kiss, Eisenstaedt snapped four quick shots, the second of.
George A. Mendonsa, who claimed to be the sailor kissing a nurse in to go back to the Pacific where they already had been through the war.