US Veteran Fell In Love With French Woman During War, Got Separated and Then Reunited After75 Yrs
A person may fall in love many times in life but there is no denying the fact that the first love is most special as it is the time when a person gets to know the true meaning of love. A US army personnel fell in love with a French lady but due to some reasons their love story didn’t got completed, however, they still loved each other and finally, they met each other after a huge gap of 75 years.
Here is the wonderful love story of an US soldier and a beautiful French lady:
1The era of World War II
During World War II in 1944, an American soldier named KT Robbins was posted in a small northeastern French town, Briey. He was just 24 yrs of age when he met the beautiful 18-yr old Jeannine Ganaye and fell in love with her. However, circumstances were not in their favor as they got separated very soon.
2How did they meet?
They met because Robbins was searching someone for washing his clothes and Jeannine’s mother agreed to do it for him. It doesn’t took much time for the couple to fall in love but unfortunately, after two months, Robbins was asked to move to Eastern front to fight the armies of Axis powers.
3What happened after war got over?
As the World War II came to an end in the year 1945, Jeannine whose last name is Pierson now started taking lessons for basic English speaking as she was sure that Robbins will definitely return to her. However, Robbins returned to his country America and met Lillian and got married to her.
4Robbins and Lillian:
Robbins joined the army in 1940 and he also served in the bakery battalion after serving in 26th Infantry, First Division. Robbins and Lillian used to work in a hardware shop in Mississippi and their marriage lasted for 70 years until Lillian took her last breath in the year 2015 at the age of 92 yrs.
5Jeannine also got married
Jeannine also got married in 1949 and gave birth to five kids. However, they both never forgot each other and Robbins kept a photo of Jeannine and her village safely with him. He showed that photo to the French reporters who were working on a report on World War II veterans from United States.