Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

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

Remembering Auschwitz

When you had the stroke, did you think of Auschwitz again?

Yeah, after, you know, I got a weak mind. Yeah, I always think about Auschwitz. I always think it's happening now. Look to me and like...I always think it's happening right now, the same thing.

You think the hospital is what's...what...

It helped me a little with medication.

But when you went into the hospital, did you remember the hospital at Auschwitz?

Yeah, everything. It was like taunting me, you know, haunting me, you know. Everything...everything in the past, when I...when I was young. I wish I wouldn't get emotional, you know. I get... I get disturbed, upset.

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