Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Albert Fein - February 19, 2005

Family III

Well, can you give me an approximation...

Not approximately.

...of the number of people who were in your extended family.

Oh, they...

First cousins, aunts, uncles.

First cousins. There was so--my aunt, who lived in Uzhorod too, she had two children, a daughter and a son. My other uncle, my father's brother--younger brother--he had two daughters, and there was--in our family has four children, and this was already--then we had two children from one of the aunts who was not living there. I, I don't even remember it. There was two sons. As she died, two sons--and there was two more sons. There was four children. One was a stepson because she married a, a guy who was a widower. There was two more, uh, daughters--two aunts. They was in Poland. I only heard about them only I have never met them. The one who had the two boys what--they came to Uzhorod. One of them, one of them is even here in the United States. He was in, in uh, uh Munkaszolgalat--this was labor, labor...

Labor camp.

...labor, labor service. Uh, he has a stepbrother. This mean, this was from his stepmother. He was originally--his stepmother was originally our aunt, who was married to, to this widower.

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