Twins Are Reunited After 70 Years Apart. Watch The Moment They Meet For The First Time.
Lucian Poznanski and George Skrzynecky are twins but met each other 70 years after they were born. The brothers were born in Germany in 1946 to their Polish mother Elizabeth who was sent to a forced labor camp during World War II. When Lucian and George were born, their mom was too ill to care for them. Consequently, the two were sent to Poland to be adopted separately.
Skrzynecky moved to California shortly after learning of his adoption and having a fallout with the family that raised him. Poznanski learned of his adoption when he was drafted to the army at 17 years old. Last year, Poznanski discovered more information about his mom as well as knowing he had a twin brother. With the help of the Red Cross Restoring Family Links Program, the two finally met.
Watch this moving reunion and what the brothers learned about their father.
George Skrzynecky moved to California but always hoped to find his sibling.
Their emotional reunion took place at the Warsaw Chopin Airport in Poland.
Elizabeth tried to find her sons but was told she could not have them back.
The twins want to spend as much time together and makeup for lost time.
The brothers learned who their father was.
It took 70 years for the twins to reunite.
Next, a girl got a Facbook message from her long lost twin.