"Make love, not war."
Before many of us were born, the world was in such deeper turmoil that millions of men and women spent most of their lives in a time of chaos and conflict. Families were broken and relationships were negatively affected.
But even during these times, love was still around to make people smile. Read on!
This British soldier had been long gone due to the Second World War, and his lover couldn't wait for him anymore.
Both the workers from downtown and the soldiers hugged each other as the words quickly spread that their enemies had surrendered.
In the 1940s, it was truly a different time as many men were sent to battle, away from their loved ones.
These two people didn't actually know each other, but the end of the war was announced and the sailor and the nurse couldn't help but share a kiss.
This happened way back in 1946, a time that most of us were unable to witness.
No barrier could separate these two lovers apart.
Once they were deployed, they would be far away from their lovers for quite a long time.
This time, they were on a plane, and the women couldn't help but lean in for just one more kiss.
This happened in Los Angeles on September 6, 1950.
He was a World War II veteran that had to be put on a wheelchair.
Final kisses and embraces were a common sight.
The troops were about to leave New York in April 1943.
Specifically, it was held at a local army flying school back in 1943.
They knew what was about to happen, and they wanted the couple to communicate once more.
You've got to admire her roller skates too!
This was in Hyde Park in 1945.
This couple still did not want to be separated in 1943.
Thankfully, the man assured his lover that he would hopefully return.
Look at how thrilled the old couple is at the back!
There are many more historical photos showing how love and war influenced each other. Don't forget to share this with your family and friends!