On September 14, BBC News put up a tear jerking video, showing two brothers reunite after 70 years. They had never ever seen each other.
“I didn’t know I had a twin brother,” Lucian Poznanski said. “I always felt that I have a twin brother. I don’t want to win the lottery. I just want my brother by my side.”
George Skrzynecky and Lucian Poznanski were born in Poland to a woman named Elizabeth. Due to the World War II, she was sent to a forced labor camp in Germany. After she was freed, she gave birth the twins and subsequently fell terribly ill. Their father, a US soldier had returned back. Thus, the boys were sent back to Poland by Red Cross and put up for adoption. They were adopted by separate families. Afterwards, the mother tried to find them but was said that she couldn’t have them back.
Both of them didn’t know about their adoption of their brother until late. Skrzynecky and Poznanski were finally reunited in Warsaw Chopin Airport, all thanks to Red Cross. It was very emotional for both of them. 70 year olds twin brothers were seen crying like babies. War separated them, Love united them!
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