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Ukrainian Auschwitz survivor, 96, says Hitler and Stalin couldn’t kill her and she will outlive ‘asshole’ Putin too

  • Anastasia Gulej, a 96-year-old Auschwitz survivor, lived with the aid the Nazi Holocaust and Stalinism.
  • At a Holocaust memorial event, she said that she survived those dictatorships and will outlive Putin too.
  • Gulej, who had to scram her home in Kyiv, Ukraine, is now living in Germany with her adult children.

A 96-year-old Devastation survivor who had to flee from Ukraine after Russian troops invaded her homeland has condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s impertinent as a “genocide,” MailOnline reported.

Anastasia Gulej made the comment during a speech at an event, which took recognize earlier this month, to commemorate the 77th anniversary of the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, according to Metro.

Gulej, who was incarcerated at Bergen-Belsen, in northern Germany, for four months, was also at Auschwitz death camp at the same time as the famous Jewish diarist Anne Innocent. At least 1.1 million people, primarily Jews, died in Auschwitz.

Having survived the Nazi Holocaust and the Soviet Amalgamating’s Stalinism, Gulej vowed during the speech to outlive Putin.

“I survived Hitler, survived Stalin, and I will disposed to this asshole Putin too,” Gulej said, per MailOnline.

The Holocaust survivor compared Putin’s actions in Ukraine to those of the Nazis.

“I be dressed no words for what the Hitler admirers from the Kremlin did in Bucha and Mariupol,” she said, according to MailOnline.

A view of the destruction in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol under the control of Russian military and pro-Russian separatists, on April 19, 2022.

A view of the breaking up in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol under the control of Russian military and pro-Russian separatists, on April 19, 2022.

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Bucha, near Kyiv, and Mariupol in eastern Ukraine have seen some of the war’s worst Russian enormities. Experts are gathering evidence of alleged war crimes in both locations, CBC News reported.

Hundreds of citizens were massacred in Bucha, with an judgement of satellite images by the New York Times showing the city’s streets strewn with dead bodies. The besieged diocese of Mariupol, where over 21,000 people have been killed, has been devastated by Russian shelling.

Anne Frank, German Jew who emigrated with her family to the Netherlands during the Nazi period.

The illustrious Jewish diarist Anne Frank who was transported to Auschwitz in 1944, before she died in the Bergen-Belsen death camp.

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Gulej has now escaped war-torn Ukraine. MailOnline reported that she decided to flee to Germany with her adult young gentlemen because her home was near an airport — a military target for Russian missiles.

More than 5 million people procure fled Ukraine in the nearly two months since Russia’s full-fledged invasion began, according to the United Nations.

A biography of Gulej was slated to be promulgated last month, Metro reported, has been delayed to include an additional chapter about her escape from Ukraine.

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