95-year-old survivor of four Hitler concentration camps killed by grenade in Putin’s war – World News

Boris Romanchenko, who was imprisoned in the Bergen-Belsen, Peenemünde and Mittelbau-Dora camps during World War II, has now died in the Russian shelling of Ukraine

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A heroic survivor of Adolf Hitler’s evil Buchenwald concentration camp was killed by shelling in Vladimir Putin’s war, which brazenly claims to rid Ukraine of Nazis.

War veteran Boris Romanchenko, 95, died in Kharkiv on Friday but his loss was not announced until Monday.

He too had been imprisoned in the Bergen-Belsen, Peenemünde and Mittelbau-Dora camps during World War II.

A Russian attack hit his home in devastated Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city.

His death was reportedly confirmed by his granddaughter.

A video from 2010 shows the concentration camp survivor who died in a horrific attack on his home.

His death was also tweeted from a commemorative account for a Buchenwald concentration camp established in July 1937 near Weimar, Germany.

Boris Romanchenko, a survivor of the Buchenwald concentration camp, died in a shelling in Ukraine

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It said: “Boris Romantschenko survived the Buchenwald, Peenemünde, Dora and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps. He was killed in an explosion at his home in Kharkiv, Ukraine last Friday. He was 96 years old. We are stunned.

“According to his granddaughter, he lived in a multi-story building that was hit by a shell.

“Boris Romanchenko worked intensively on the memory of Nazi crimes and was Vice President of the International Committee Buchenwald-Dora.”

Boris is pictured a year after his release from the labor camp

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Earlier this week, Russian media outlet Pravda reported that three Tennessee National Guard “mercenaries” were killed in fighting in Ukraine.

The Mirror told how he identified the Americans by name and assigned military ranks to each of them, citing information from pro-Russian militias in Donetsk, Ukraine.

The report even offered a complicated explanation for how the three were identified, using items from a backpack “near the remains of one of the militants” — including a Tennessee state flag.

Boris was killed in attacks on Ukraine


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The US National Guard has responded to the allegations, saying that “Pravda’s reporting is manifestly false.”

Despite the pain and suffering unleashed by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, there was a lighter moment when an unnamed girl tried to lift people’s spirits

The young Ukrainian stunned a crowd shielding themselves from Russian attacks as she sang “Let it Go,” which showcased her incredible voice at a Polish charity concert.

The little girl, known only as Amelia, performed the song from the animated film Frozen to lift everyone’s spirits while they took shelter.

The 95-year-old died during the Russian campaign to liberate Ukraine from Nazis.

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She was filmed singing in front of a huge crowd after she and her family fled to safety in Poland.

A woman named Marta Smekhova shared the original video on Facebook on Thursday, explaining that she got permission from Amelia’s mother.

She wrote: “From the first word in the [bomb shelter] there was total silence…everyone put down their business and listened[ed] to a song by this girl who just radiated light…even men couldn’t hold back the tears.

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