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The War  

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December 1, 2006

The War

This is a true story.

Yvette and Sol were high school sweet-hearts in Yugoslavia during World War Two. They met and fell in love then planned to marry once they graduated from high school.

The war started to get bad during Sol's last year of school about 6 months before he and Yvette were supposed to wed. Yvette's parents, who were fearful for their daughter's safety, sent her to the nearest big city, over 100 miles away. Sol stayed in the village and planned to bring Yvette back home after he finished school.

Sol eventually graduated, and by that time the war had gone out of control. He decided that he could not bring Yvette back to their small village because she would not be safe. So, Sol set off to the city to join Yvette. Two days after Sol left for the city, his village was attacked and Yvette's family was taken away to concentration camps.

Once Sol got to the city, he was unable to find Yvette. He contacted the people she had been staying with and was told that they had sent her on to another city for her safety. So, Sol found work and was saving up to join Yvette once again. After about three months in the city, Sol himself was taken to a concentration camp.

Yvette continued to travel from city to city, staying with relatives until they no longer thought it was safe to stay. Two years had passed since she left her small village. A year and a half had past since she heard from Sol or her family. Eventually, she too was taken to the camps.

When the war ended and Yvette was freed, she looked for her family and found they had not survived. Saddened but happy to be alive, Yvette made for the United States. She was given passage on a boat to the US.

On board the ship, on the way to the United States, Yvette saw Sol. They had found one another after all those years. They rekindled their love and are still together today.

I have never seen two people more in love.

I have never seen two people closer.

I have never seen two people more destined to be together.

Their love inspires me.

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