This day in history:
After the announcement of surrender from Japan was made official, celebrations took place around the world to mark the surrender, and thus the long-awaited end to WWII.
The most famous picture taken that day would be of a sailor kissing a nurse in Times Square. The spontaneous kiss was caught on camera but the photographer, Alfred Eisenstaedt, did not immediately ask for their identities.
Soon after the streets filled with people, and although many people have come forward over the years, neither person has been identified with certainty.
August 14, 1945 - 67 years ago today.