Twin Brothers Separated At Birth Reunite After 70 Years

by Barbara Diamond
Barbara is a passionate writer and animal lover who has been professionally blogging for over 10 years and counting.

This truly the stuff of Hollywood movies. In 1946, twins George and Lucian were born in Germany after their mother was freed from a labor camp at the end of World War II. When their mom fell too sick to care for her babies, George and Lucian were sent to Poland and adopted separately. Mom tried to locate her sons after their adoptions, but sadly, she was forbid any information.

Despite the fact each twin grew up without knowing their “other half” existed, George and Lucian always had a gnawing feeling that something was missing. When he was 17, George found his adoption paperwork, along with proof of his twin brother. George sought help to find Lucian, but to no avail. Meanwhile, the lifelong secret caused upheaval in his adoptive family, so he moved to California to begin a new chapter.

Last year, Lucian learned about George for the first time ever — and his discovery changed everything.

Watch the video to see how the twins put together the pieces of their truth — and the tear-jerking meeting between Lucian and George, nearly 70 years in the making. Grab your tissues, and please SHARE this with your friends on Facebook!

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