'The Kiss' stirs memories for local r...

'The Kiss' stirs memories for local residents

There are 1 comment on the Saratoga News story from Jan 17, 2012, titled 'The Kiss' stirs memories for local residents. In it, Saratoga News reports that:

When World War II hostilities with Japan ceased on Aug. 14, 1945, Americans flooded into the streets in towns and cities across the nation, celebrating the news that the war was over.

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Kawasaki

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Jan 17, 2012
"...the photo has become an iconic symbol of the end of the war."

Funny. I always thought it was an iconic symbol for sexual assault.

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