NAZI CAMP SURVIVOR: "THIS LIFE, IT IS A BLESSING"

30.11.14


Battlecreekenquirer.com  Between 1932 and 1933, an estimated 4 million Ukrainians died from starvation in what is now widely accepted as a premeditated famine perpetrated by the Soviet Union.

Nina Grigg survived it.

But the famine -- the hunger -- was just the beginning of a journey that would take her to a slave labor camp in Nazi Germany before finding family and freedom in America.

 

"I don't know why God let me live through so much," she says. "But he did. This life, it is a blessing..."

Click here for the full story in which Nina shares her story of famine and forced labour during World War II.



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