After Being Forced To Escape Ukraine, Holocaust Survivor, Now 96, Who Was In Auschwitz, Slams Russian Government, Saying, “I Survived Hitler And Stalin… ‘I Will Survive This A**hole Putin Too!’

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After being forced to escape her home in Ukraine, a 96-year-old Holocaust survivor who was at Auschwitz alongside Anne Frank has criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ‘genocide.’ Anastasia Gulej, who escaped to Germany when Russian soldiers invaded Ukraine in February, claimed she would outlive ‘this ar**hole Putin’ after surviving tyrants Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin.

‘I have no words for what the Hitler lovers from the Kremlin did in Bucha and Mariupol,’ Gulej remarked during a memorial ceremony for Holocaust survivors, comparing the Russians to the Nazis. Anastasia Gulej, 96, a Holocaust survivor from Ukraine, is photographed touring the Bergen-Belsen death camp in Germany after fleeing her homeland during Putin’s invasion.

Gulej was transferred from Auschwitz to the notorious Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where he spoke during a commemoration of the camp’s liberation by British and Canadian forces on the 77th anniversary of its release.

Anastasia Gulej, who escaped to Germany when Russian soldiers invaded Ukraine in February, claimed she would outlive ‘this arhole Putin’ after surviving tyrants Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin. After being forced to abandon her home in Ukraine, a 96-year-old Holocaust survivor who was at Auschwitz alongside Anne Frank has criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ‘genocide’ against Ukrainians.

‘I survived Hitler, Stalin, and I will endure this arhole Putin as well!’ she said, adding, ‘I survived Hitler, Stalin, and I will survive this ar**hole Putin as well!’ Gulej was transferred from Auschwitz to the notorious Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where he spoke during a commemoration of the camp’s liberation by British and Canadian forces on the 77th anniversary of its release.

During World War II, the 96-year-old was transferred to the Auschwitz concentration camp by the Nazis when he was 19 years old, in January 1945. Gulej was present at the same time as Anne Frank, who perished in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in February 1945 at the age of 15 years.

Gulej was transferred to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where she remained for four months, until it was liberated on April 15, 1945. ‘I can’t forget a single minute that I spent here waiting for death,’ she said at the memorial ceremony. ‘I didn’t even have the power to feel joy,’ she claimed of the moment the camp was liberated.

Gulej claimed she intended to stay in Ukraine after Russia invaded on February 24, but she opted to evacuate with her son Wassyl and daughter Walentyna since her house was adjacent to an airport, which was a priority military target. Her German acquaintances assisted her in successfully escaping to Germany.

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During World War II, the 96-year-old was transferred to the Auschwitz concentration camp by the Nazis when he was 19 years old, in January 1945. On April 10, Guleg attended an event commemorating the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp Buchenwald. Anastasia Gulej, a survivor of the Nazi concentration camp Buchenwald, places flowers during a wreath-laying ceremony commemorating the liberation of the Buchenwald Nazi concentration camp on April 10th.

Gulej’s biography was supposed to be released last month, but it has now been updated to include a new chapter regarding her flight from Ukraine. From 1940 until 1945, Nazi Germany managed the Auschwitz concentration camp, which consisted of approximately 40 concentration and death camps in occupied Poland.

Bergen-Belsen, in what is now Lower Saxony in northern Germany, was founded as a prisoner-of-war camp and was largely turned into a concentration camp in 1943. The International Criminal Court is investigating alleged Russian war crimes in Ukrainian cities and towns such as Mariupol and Bucha.

Following the withdrawal of Russian soldiers, remains of people were discovered dispersed in the streets of Kyiv, some with their hands bound, while Ukrainian officials uncovered a series of mass graves comprising hundreds of victims.

According to Ukrainian authorities, the majority of persons in Bucha perished as a result of gunshot wounds, with more than 500 bodies discovered thus far. Putin praised the 64th Motor Rifle Brigade, which is suspected of perpetrating crimes near Kyiv, on Monday, bestowed combat honors on them for their “heroism and bravery, perseverance and fortitude.”

Following the bombings on Lviv, Ukraine has accused the brigade of war crimes while holding the Bucha district on the outskirts of Kyiv. The European Union has criticized Russia’s ‘indiscriminate’ bombardment of Ukrainian civilians.

Josep Borrell, the country’s foreign policy leader, cited ‘especially significant strikes’ in eastern and southern Ukraine, as well as an onslaught against Kharkiv, the country’s second largest city, where officials say Russian shelling killed three people. ‘Attacks on Lviv and other places in western Ukraine illustrate that the Kremlin’s mindless campaign has reached every corner of the nation,’ Borrell remarked.

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