Top 10 Interesting Stories Of Sacrifice

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Top 10 Interesting Stories Of Sacrifice
A very touching and true stories about
how brave people brought their lives in sacrifice for the salvation of anyone.

Maximilian Kolbe 
In 1941, the Polish priest Maximilian Kolbe was in Auschwitz.
Once one of the prisoners had fled, and the deputy camp commandant selected ten prisoners
who had to pay for it - to die of starvation. One of the doomed - the Polish sergeant Frantisek Gaevnichek, began to weep, calling out the names of his wife and children. Then Kolbe came out and offered his life in exchange for a life Gaevnicheka. His sacrifice was accepted. In the terrible stinking place where cast all ten to die, Kolbe continued to maintain their own misery - prayer and songs. Three weeks later, he was still alive, and the Nazis decided to bring him a lethal injection.
In 1982, Maximilian Kolbe canonized.

Policeman Arthur Kasprzak 
When, during the floods of Hurricane Sandy, a 28-year-old policeman pulled out of Arthur Kasprzak water and transferred to the attic of the house six adults and one child - my nephew. Then he realized that he sees among those rescued his father, and decided to come down again. Later it turned out, that his father was a police officer managed to escape on their own. Himself Kasprzaka found dead a few hours later.

Muelmar Magallans 
In 2009, the Philippines was a whole series of floods. During one of them, 18-year-old Muelmar Magallans tied the rope to his belt and saved the members of his family, Then the neighbors rushed to pull out of the nearby houses. He did not stop until he ran out of gas, and then saw
takes over as his mother with a baby in her arms. He dived again, but was not able to swim.
Muelmar rescued more than 20 people.

Casey Jones 
The legendary engineer Casey Jones drove a locomotive at top speed, trying to make up for lost time, and enter into the schedule when he noticed a fireman on the tracks in front of the freight cars. The clash was inevitable. Without thinking, Casey told the fireman to jump, and he stayed in the cabin until the very end, struggling to slow down the structure. Through the actions of driver killed in a collision only one man - himself Casey.
He was 37 years old.

 Jordan Rice 
As Muelmar, Jordan Rice made ​​the feat during the flood. But unlike Muelmara, Jordan was only thirteen, and he did not know how to swim. Flooding overtook family boy in Queensland (Australia), during a car journey. Jordan was trapped with her mother and younger brother. Shortly before the family arrived and rescuers Jordan tried to pull out, but he refused, demanding first to save his brother. Unfortunately, after Rice Jr. was safe, a huge wave hit the car and took her. Jordan and his mother were killed.

Alfred Vanderbilt
Alfred Vanderbilt was an aristocrat, an athlete and a fabulously wealthy man.
In 1915, he made a business trip on board the ship "Lusitania" when the ship was torpedoed by a German submarine, and it was rapidly sinking. Vanderbilt instantly changed his mind and took an active part in the rescue operation: helped the passengers take their seats on lifeboats and wear life jackets. His own vest Alfred, remaining a gentleman to the end, he gave a strange woman with a baby. And take a seat in the boat, too, refused - repeatedly. This is despite the fact that he could not even swim.

The heroes of the movie theater 
In 2012, one James Holmes opened fire in the theater of Aurora (Colorado)
during the premiere of the film "The Dark Knight Rises." When the first shots were fired,
Three young men with their bodies instinctively closed her friends than have saved their lives.

Dr. Liviu Librescu 
Dr. Liviu Librescu was a professor at the Faculty of Engineering Science and Mechanics Virginia
Polytechnic Institute. In 2007, a student named Cho Seung-Hui gave at the University of slaughter
which killed 32 people. 76-year-old Librescu tried every effort not to let the killer into the audience,
holding the door while his students were selected out. Cho Seung-Hui shot through the door, five bullets hit the professor.

Oleg Ohrimenko

Senior investigator Oleg Ohrimenko performed his feat in Omsk. April 21, 2002, he participated in the arrest of a dangerous criminal armed with a grenade and a pistol. Realizing that he was trapped, the offender took a woman hostage and went to the stop where it was full of people.
At some point, he lost his nerve, he opened fire on the police and was killed by return shot.
The grenade fell to the ground and Oleg covered her with his body, thereby saving the lives of their comrades, passers-by and a hostage.