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The nurse from the famous kiss photo
The true story behind the iconic V-J Day sailor and ‘nurse’ smooch
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CMSN - Two Nurses Kissing
It is a defining image of the American century, one that expressed the joy of a nation at its moment of greatest triumph: on the day the Japanese surrender was announced, a sailor grabbed a nurse in the middle of Times Square, bent her back and kissed her. That kiss on V-J Day was captured in at least two photographs — one iconic, one merely famous. And for decades since, there have been debates: who was the sailor? Who was the nurse?
Kissing was a favorite pose encouraged by media photographers of service personnel during the war , [ citation needed ] but Eisenstaedt was photographing a spontaneous event that occurred in Times Square soon before the announcement of the end of the war with Japan was made by U. President Harry S. Truman at seven o'clock. Because he was photographing rapidly changing events during the celebrations, Eisenstaedt did not have an opportunity to get the names and details. The photograph was shot just south of 45th Street looking north from a location where Broadway and Seventh Avenue converge.