Recently, family members, friends, and news crews came together to witness the moving reunion between two men. This reunion was not just any old reunion – one man saved the other man’s life many years ago!
Back in 1945, American soldier Sid Shafner helped to liberate the Nazi-run Dachau Concentration Camp in Germany. In doing so, he saved Marcel Levy’s life (who was 19-years-old) at the time.
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During their moving reunion, the men shared hugs, kisses, and handshakes. Both men, now in their 90’s shed tears as they reunited with one another. Marcel thanked Sid for saving his life all those years ago. He noted that if it was not for Sid’s help, his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren would not exist.
The video between the survivor and the ww2 veteran is far too moving to adequately put into words, so you just have to see it for yourself. You can watch it below. You will want to have some tissues at hand, because this is certainly a tearjerker!