Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Abraham Mondry - June 15, 22, 29 & July 13, 1992

Second Wife

Did you marry again here?

Yeah, I married again.

In Detroit.

No good, she was a mental. She quit at night, you know.

And how long did that last?

Seventeen years too long. In '71, see I, I was alone, you know, getting very bored, you know. Getting tired, you know, of dates, you know, every day somebody else. And she looked at me. And she had a master, master of science, library science too.

She's American born?


Did you ever talk to her about your experiences in the war?

No, I didn't talk to nobody.

Not to your wife either. Not to Marie either.


So she, your second wife didn't know. She must have known you were in Auschwitz.

But she went through six years of... I don't know, I found out after. ??? I had a ??? She won't even let me in the home, she won't let me get nothing from home.

How long did you live with her?

Seventeen years.


And we lived like two strangers, you know. No relationship.

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