Sailor Kissing Nurse In Times Square Black And White Canvas Wall Art
The man in the iconic photo of an exuberant Navy sailor kissing a woman in New York City's Times Square
The photo was taken Aug. 14, 1945, which is known as V-J Day, the day Japan officially surrendered to the United States in World War II.
Published in Life magazine as "V-J Day in Times Square," it came to represent how joyful Americans and people across the world felt at the end of the war, in which 406,000 Americans died and 671,000 were wounded, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Other commemorations of V-J Daymark Sept. 2, 1945, Japan formally surrendered to Allied forces.
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UL ECOLOGO & UL GREENGUARD GOLD certified 1 Water-based HP latex Inks
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100% Polyester with matte finished wrap
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100% Real Pine for Large Size Canvases (i.e. 60x30, 40x60)