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Oral history interview with Abraham Mondry

Oral History | RG Number: RG-50.232.0070

Abraham Mondry, born in Mlawa, Poland, discusses the beginning of the war; the deportation of his family to the Warsaw ghetto; working as a smuggler on the black market before, during, and after the war; spending three years at Auschwitz, where he served as a nurse aid to Dr. Mengele; the evacuation of Auschwitz and being marched to Ebensee, where he was soon liberated by American forces; recovering from health problems; and living in Italy where he continued his black market activities until 1949 when he immigrated to the United States.


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Interviewee
Abraham Mondry
Language
English
Extent
4 sound cassettes : analog.