Monumental Mysteries: Real Rocky Photos
Don Wildman examines the stories behind an iconic public display of affection and the athlete who inspired a classic film.
The Unconditional Surrender statue commemorates perhaps the most famous public display of affection in history -- the unforgettable moment in 1945, captured in an iconic photograph, when a US Navy sailor kissed a nurse in Times Square to mark the end of World War II in the Pacific.
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