Charles Thomas Payne (February 1925 – August 1, 2014) was an American who served in the U.S. military during World War II as a member of the U.S. Army's 89th Infantry Division that liberated Ohrdruf, a sub-camp of the Buchenwald concentration camp. He was 20 years old. A brother of Madelyn Lee Payne Dunham, Charles was Barack Obama's great uncle and was mentioned in Obama's speeches including the one given in 2009 commemorating the anniversary of D-Day.

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  • Charles Thomas Payne (fevereiro de 1925 - 1 de agosto de 2014) foi um americano que serviu no exército dos Estados Unidos durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial como membro da 89ª Divisão de Infantaria que libertou o campo de concentração de Ohrdruf, um sub acampamento do campo de concentração de Buchenwald. [3] [4] [5] Ele tinha 20 anos. Um irmão de Madelyn Lee Payne Dunham, Charles foi tio-avô de Barack Obama e foi mencionado nos discursos de Obama, incluindo o dado, em 2009, em comemoração ao aniversário do Dia D. [6] Obama tem frequentemente descreveu o papel de Payne em liberar Ohrdruf campo de trabalhos forçados .[7] Houve atenção da mídia breve quando Obama erroneamente identificado o campo de Auschwitz durante a campanha. [8] Em 2009, Payne falou sobre essa experiência: "Ohrdruf foi nessa série de cidades que vão transversalmente, sul de Gotha e Erfurt . Nossa divisão foi o primeiro lá. Quando chegamos não havia soldados alemães em qualquer lugar que eu conhecia. Não houve combates contra os alemães, não guardas do campo. toda a área foi invadida por pessoas do acampamento vestido com os trapos mais lamentáveis, ea maioria deles estavam em mau estado de inanição. " [9] Payne apareceu na galeria do visitante na Convenção Nacional Democrata em Denver, Colorado, quando seu sobrinho-neto foi nomeado para presidente. [10] Ele foi o diretor-assistente da Universidade de Chicago Biblioteca 's. [7] Payne morreu em 1 de agosto de 2014 aos 89 anos. [11] [12] * Barack Obama abraça seu tio-avô Charles Payne, 6 de junho de 2009 (pt)
  • Charles Thomas Payne (February 1925 – August 1, 2014) was an American who served in the U.S. military during World War II as a member of the U.S. Army's 89th Infantry Division that liberated Ohrdruf, a sub-camp of the Buchenwald concentration camp. He was 20 years old. A brother of Madelyn Lee Payne Dunham, Charles was Barack Obama's great uncle and was mentioned in Obama's speeches including the one given in 2009 commemorating the anniversary of D-Day. Obama has often described Payne's role in liberating Ohrdruf forced labor camp. There was brief media attention when Obama mistakenly identified the camp as Auschwitz during the campaign. In 2009, Payne spoke about this experiences:"Ohrdruf was in that string of towns going across, south of Gotha and Erfurt. Our division was the first one in there. When we arrived there were no German soldiers anywhere around that I knew about. There was no fighting against the Germans, no camp guards. The whole area was overrun by people from the camp dressed in the most pitiful rags, and most of them were in a bad state of starvation."Payne appeared in the visitor's gallery at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado, when his great-nephew was nominated for President. He was the assistant director of the University of Chicago's Library. Payne died on August 1, 2014, aged 89. Payne was longtime close friends and shared the same dormitory for six years with the former Vice President and Premier of the Republic of China (Taiwan), Dr. Lien Chan. (en)
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  • Charles Payne greets his grandnephew President Barack Obama in Colleville-sur-Mer, France, on the 65th anniversary of D-Day.
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  • Charles Thomas Payne (February 1925 – August 1, 2014) was an American who served in the U.S. military during World War II as a member of the U.S. Army's 89th Infantry Division that liberated Ohrdruf, a sub-camp of the Buchenwald concentration camp. He was 20 years old. A brother of Madelyn Lee Payne Dunham, Charles was Barack Obama's great uncle and was mentioned in Obama's speeches including the one given in 2009 commemorating the anniversary of D-Day. (en)
  • Charles Thomas Payne (fevereiro de 1925 - 1 de agosto de 2014) foi um americano que serviu no exército dos Estados Unidos durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial como membro da 89ª Divisão de Infantaria que libertou o campo de concentração de Ohrdruf, um sub acampamento do campo de concentração de Buchenwald. [3] [4] [5] Ele tinha 20 anos. Um irmão de Madelyn Lee Payne Dunham, Charles foi tio-avô de Barack Obama e foi mencionado nos discursos de Obama, incluindo o dado, em 2009, em comemoração ao aniversário do Dia D. [6] (pt)
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