Abraham Mondry Oral History

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Abraham Mondry Oral History

Description

An interview with Abraham Mondry, a Holocaust survivor, conducted by Dr. Sidney Bolkosky, Professor of History at the University of Michigan--Dearborn. Mr. Mondry was born in Mlawa, Poland and with the outbreak of the war his family was deported to the Warsaw ghetto. Before, during, and after the war, Abraham actively worked as a smuggler on the black market. Abraham spent three years at Auschwitz where he served as a nurse aid to Dr. Mengele. With the liquidation of Auschwitz, Abraham was marched to Ebensee where he was soon liberated by American forces. Recovering from health problems, Abraham lived in Italy where he continued his black market activities until 1949 when he immigrated to the United States

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Interviewer

Bolkosky, Sidney M

Interviewee

Mondry, Abraham

Date Recorded

1905-06-14

Citation

“Abraham Mondry Oral History,” Michigan Oral History Database, accessed June 13, 2024, http://www.database.michiganoha.org/items/show/1258.

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