The former Nazi combat guard who was deported from his home in August is finally right where he belongs – in hell.
Jakiw Palij, a former guard of the Trawniki camp in Nazi Poland, died Thursday in Germany at the age of 95, the BBC reported.
He had lived the good life in Jackson Heights for decades, even though a federal judge recalled his US citizenship in 2003 over his Nazi ties.
Palij was ordered deported in 2004, but no country would claim him.
He finally got das boot last fall when Germany agreed to take him off US hands, even though there was no citizenship requirement in Poland.
Trawniki did not host an extermination camp like the infamous Auschwitz or Treblinka, but it served as an important training ground for the Nazi’s brutal SS forces ̵
1; and was also home to a forced labor camp where thousands of Jews perished, including 6,000 men, women and children executed by gun on November 3, 1943.  Palij was at hand for slaughter, and although he was not accused of personally taking any life, the US authorities said he played an “indispensable role” in killing Jews.
He came to the United States in 1949 and lied about his Nazi links to fraud receiving citizenship in 1957, according to the Ministry of Justice.