Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

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


So now you're living with Jews again.

Yeah, at least I live with dignity. I mean, it's not everything perfect, you know. They make mistakes here too. At least they listen to you, you know. I think I told you, I'm not a smartie, but I'm not a stupid neither.

These tapes, will you give them to your son?

No, I give one to my cousin and one, and one to the, to the person who takes care, the manager in this group, you know. She wants.

What made you want to tell the story?

Well, I never did.

Is there a lot more to tell? Is there a lot you left out?

There's no end. There's no end, Sid.

[interruption in interview]

Is divided.??? you know.??? Italy.


You see, they know, they know they're getting a business, they show profits, you know. The money, you know.

Can I ask you one more, one more question? Did you ever have any urge to say Kaddish, to memorialize your family?

To what?

To say Kaddish, to do something.

No. I don't believe in it. I believe when you're dead, you're dead.

But you remember them.

Sure, I remember them. I went to Yeshiva when I was ten years old.

But you remember your family?

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