This is really a phenomenal story. If you’ve ever lost a wallet, you know that it’s rare someone will find it and send it back to you. The odds of that decrease exponentially as time goes by, and if you lost your wallet in another country? You can pretty much forget about ever seeing it again; and that’s what World War II veteran Eligio Ramos did when he lost his wallet while taking shelter in a farmhouse in Austria 70 years ago during the war. With all the chaos, the soldiers stationed in Europe had better things to worry about than lost personal items. But, then he received a surprising letter in the mail from the grandson of the man who owned the house during WWII. We won’t spoil it, but see how this wonderful story unfolds in the following video. It’s so nice to know that good people still take the time to help others!
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