Journalist Saves Baby During The Spanish Civil War
During the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939, a journalist sees a baby in danger and rushes across a bridge to save it. The war was a violent one where many babies and children died. It broke out in Morocco but soon spread all over Spain. People were divided into Republicans/Loyalists and Nationalists.
During the first few days of the war, some 50,000 people were killed – many of them young children and babies. In total, there were an estimated 500,000 deaths during the time of the Spanish Civil War, with 200,000 of them being directly related to the war. 10% of all soldiers who fought in the war died during it
Crying Over A Grave: The Story Of Thania Sayne
On October 16, 2013, Thania Sayne weeps over her fall husband’s grave. Sargent Timothy Sayne went to fight in Afghanistan and never came back. The 31-year-old man was killed by a bomb attack in September of 2011 when his wife was pregnant with his second child.
Thania has had a rough time coping without the help of her husband and struggled for years, trying to figure out how to tell her son his father would not be coming home. To keep his memory alive, she tells her children stories of their father – a true hero.