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The world's oldest man and Auschwitz death camp survivor has died at the incredible age 113The worlds ol

dest man, an Auschwitz death camp survivor, has died at the incredible age of 113. Yisrael Kristal, who sadly passed away weeks before his 114th birthday, was born on September 15, 1903. He was recognised in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the oldest man on earth. Kristal lived in Haifa, Israel, and lived through both World Wars. He also survived th

e horrors of the Auschwitz concentration camp, where he tragically lost his wife and two children to the horrific Nazi regime. Last year, Kristal celebrated his bar mitzvah, 100 years later than the normal ceremony held for young Jewish boys around the age of 12. Kristal was recognised in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the oldest man on earth (Image: AFP) Rea

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only member of family until phone call from a pop producer changed everything He was unable to celebrate his own as a young boy due to the outbreak of World War One. Born to an Orthodox Jewish family in the town of Zarnow, Poland, Kristal was orphaned shortly after World War One. He then moved to Lodz where he worked in the familys confectionery business, reports the Times of Israel . Duri

ng the Nazi occupation of Poland, Kristal was forced into ghettos along with thousands of other Jewish people. Dr Josef Mengele, left, known as The Angel of Death for the medical experiments he carried out at Auschwitz Survivors of Auschwitz are shown during the first hours of the concentration camps liberation in 1945 (Image: Reuters) Read MoreRelated ArticlesAuschwitz survivor who married the soldier who rescued her dies aged 92 with soulmate by her side From there he was taken to Auschwitz, where he endured the most horrific treatment imaginable at the hands of the Nazis. After losing his wife and children in the camp, Kristal, a grown man of 42, was eventually freed during the liberation in 194

5 weighing just 81 pounds - 5st 7lbs. Following his harrowing experience at the hands of the Nazis, Kristal went on to marry another holocaust survivor. He then moved to Israel in 1950 at the age of 47, where he started a ne

w business and lived the rest of his happy days alongside his family.