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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.
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But the image was based on an actual photograph taken in in honor of the thirtieth anniversary of the German Democratic Republic—East Germany. The photograph of the Kiss spread around the world, with the Paris Match magazine featuring it in a dramatic two-page spread. And when the Berlin Wall came down in , the Soviet artist Dmitri Vrubel decided to paint the iconic image on the east side of the Berlin Wall, along with paintings from other artists who descended upon the city in the heady days following the fall of the Wall. The Kiss was just one among over paintings to appear on the East Side Gallery in —possibly the longest open-air art gallery in the world. In fact, the East Side Gallery is also the longest remaining stretch of the Wall. The gallery had to be renovated in recent years because the original paintings from were becoming covered in graffiti and eroding under the elements. About eight artists were unwilling to recreate their paintings, but fortunately Vrubel was not one of them. He redid his painting, and you can still find it in Berlin. When my wife and I visited the East Side Gallery, we posed in front of this image—and we kissed, of course. Most likely, Honecker would agree.