Tsarizm
Remarkable Stories Of Stalin's Purges By The World's Oldest Woman
Eastern Europe News

Remarkable Stories Of Stalin’s Purges By The World’s Oldest Woman

Screenshot The Daily Mail

A woman who claims to be the oldest person in the world has told of the brutality of her deportation into Soviet internal exile by tyrant Stalin during World War Two.

Stalin’s Horrific Cannibal Island – “I Noticed Her Calves Had Been Cut Off…They Ate Them, She Said”

Koku Istambulova is 129 according to her Russian passport and pension papers which show her date of birth as 1 June 1889.

Now in lucid and deeply shocking testimony, she has spoken emotionally of the appalling day her native Chechen people were deported en masse by Stalin to the steppes of Kazakhstan almost 75 years ago and says the only happy day in all her years was when she entered a home built from her own hands back in her native land…

To read more visit The Daily Mail.

Related articles

Bulgarian Authorities Investigating Rape, Killing Of TV Reporter

Tsarizm Staff

Hungary Says Sanctions Threat By EU New Soros Attack

L Todd Wood

Why Do Most Russian Women Hate Feminism?

Tsarizm Staff