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Twins Separated At Birth Reunite After 70 Years, But They Never Expected THIS To Happen!

By Karly Carpena
October 17, 2015

George Skrzynecky and Lucian Poznanski were born in Germany after their mother was sent to a forced labor camp at the end of World War II. 70 years later, they finally met for the first time.


Their mother became ill, so they were sent to Poland and adopted by two separate families. They both grew up without knowing each other existed. One day, when George was 17, he was applying for the army when he discovered that he was adopted. He contact the Red Cross but they said that they couldn’t find him.

The news devastated him, but the silver lining was that he found out he had a twin brother! The twins and their wives reunited in a Poland airport and the moment was beyond magical.


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