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Putin's real father could have fought for Nazi Germany, while a "sensational story" about his mother made him kill a journalist. Facts the Kremlin is hiding

Oleksiy LutykovNews
Putin hides his true biography. Source: Russian media

It is commonplace for Russian propaganda to lie and distort facts. The biography of the Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin is also not without fabrications and lies.

However, despite the vivid attempts to hide the truth about the main war criminal of the Russian Federation, information about Putin's real parents can be found online. OBOZ.UA has found out what exactly the tyrant is hiding about his parents why he is so eager to do continue doing it.

Kremlin version of Putin's biography

According to the Kremlin's official legend, the future dictator was born in Leningrad "into a simple family and lived like a normal person." There is not much information about the dictator's parents on his personal website. It only states that the future dictator's mother was Maria Ivanovna Shelomova. Nothing is said about her, except that she "was a very gentle, friendly person".

Putin's real father could have fought for Nazi Germany, while a ''sensational story'' about his mother made him kill a journalist. Facts the Kremlin is hiding

The Kremlin legend also says that the dictator's father was Vladimir Spiridonovich Putin, a war veteran who served in the security of a carriage factory and was a foreman at the plant.

However, in contrast to the official version of Putin's biography, other facts tell of a completely different life for Putin. Moreover, his parents could have been completely different people.

Could Putin's father have fought on the side of Nazi Germany?

One of those who first began to dispel the myths about Putin's biography was Viktor Suvorov, a former employee of the Soviet GRU's Geneva residency. Back in 2003, a Polish newspaper published an interview with him, in which Suvorov showed a photo he had discovered in secret British archives depicting six men, among whom could be Putin's real father.

Putin's real father could have fought for Nazi Germany, while a ''sensational story'' about his mother made him kill a journalist. Facts the Kremlin is hiding

A former Soviet intelligence officer claims that the photo was taken during the suppression of the Warsaw Uprising in 1944, and that at the time, the father of the current Kremlin dictator served in General Vlasov's Russian Liberation Army, which fought as part of the Nazi army against the USSR during World War II.

Unsurprisingly, Russian propaganda strongly rejected this version of Putin's real father. Kremlin media outlets stated that such rumors were being spread to demoralize Russian society.

The Kremlin dictator's real mother

Putin's real mother actually lived in Georgia, and the future murderer lived with her for only a few years of his childhood. According to Polish writer, journalist, and 2005 Nobel Peace Prize nominee Krystyna Kurczab-Redlich, the future Russian dictator had to live in four families in 1950-1960, and Putin never saw his own father.

The journalist noted that the dictator's real mother was Vera Nikolaevna Osepashvili (Putin), who was born in 1926 and lived in the Georgian village of Metekhi as of 2022. After the Second World War, she met Platon Privalov, became pregnant, but later learned that the man was married. The woman packed her things and went to her parents in Terekhino, where the future dictator was born.

Putin's real father could have fought for Nazi Germany, while a ''sensational story'' about his mother made him kill a journalist. Facts the Kremlin is hiding

After that, Vera Nikolaevna found herself in the Georgian village of Metekhi, where she married a Georgian named Osepashvili and had more children. After some time, the young future dictator was sent to Ural to her parents, where he was sent to a boarding school and soon adopted.

Putin is using criminal methods to hide his true origin

According to the American-Russian historian Yuri Felshtinsky, journalist Artem Borovik was going to publish a sensational story in 2000, in which he wanted to reveal Putin's true biography. However, on March 9, 2000, the journalist died in a car accident. Historians suggest that it was not really an accident but a premeditated murder because Putin did not want to recognize his real parents despite the numerous proofs of his ancestry.

In addition, the author of the publication about the dictator's alleged real mother is Vakha Ibragimov, the press secretary of the assassinated Chechen leader Dzhokhar Dudayev. Felshtinsky claims that journalist Artem Borovik was flying to Georgia to meet with Ibragimov in order to obtain a tape of an interview with Putin's mother. Despite the mysterious accident, Borovik's colleagues released the material on April 26, 2000, but only after the presidential election when the danger for Putin had passed.

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