Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

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

Auschwitz--Hospital I

In the hospital you had different bread, right?


In the hospital you had different bread.

No, no. We had the same bread. Only certain people that couldn't eat no more, they'd give them like a diet bread.

White bread?

A piece white bread, yes, for some of them.

And in the hospital you had eggs? You had eggs?

Yeah, I ate eggs. Eggs, Kielbasa.

So things changed when you went into the... became a nurse.

I used to be an organizer for the doctors, you know.

For the Jewish doctors?

Jewish and not Jewish doctors.


There was one...What was the name, his name was...What was his name... his name was Gordon. He was from ??? And one was the name...I remember, like now, Wohlman, Wohlman, Dr. Wohlman, a nice young man. He... he didn't get chance to escape. They... they catch him at ??? He was still in production, ??? He got caught during the war.

And he helped you later.

Yeah, we were worked like together, a bunch.

And what did you do for them?

Well, I shared with them whatever I had.

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