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By John Sack
The ebook they cannot Suppress no longer for sixty years has a e-book been so brutally (and, in spite of everything, unsuccessfully) suppressed as a watch for a watch. One significant newspaper, one significant journal, and 3 significant publishers paid $40,000 for it yet have been scared off. One revealed 6,000 books, then pulped them. dozen publishers learn an eye fixed for a watch and praised it. "Shocking, "Startling," "Astonishing," "Mesmerizing," "Extraordinary," they wrote to writer John Sack. "I was once rivited," "I used to be bowled over," "I love it," they wrote, yet all dozen rejected it. ultimately, BasicBooks released a watch for a watch. It "sparked a livid controversy," stated Newsweek. It turned a best-seller in Europe yet was once so avoided in the US that it additionally turned, within the phrases of recent York journal, "The ebook They Dare now not Review." due to the fact then, either 60 mins and the hot York occasions have corroborated what Sack wrote: that on the finish of global conflict II, millions of Jews sought revenge for the Holocaust. They manage 1,255 focus camps for German civilians -- German males, girls, kids and infants. There they beat, whipped, tortured and murdered the Germans. lengthy unavailable, an eye fixed for an eye fixed is again in a brand new, revised, up-to-date and illustrated version. Submitted by way of the writer, John Sack
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43 — John Sack : An Eye for An Eye Now, the prison had the shape of a T, and the stem was for German men and the crossbar for German women. "Do paki! " the girl-guards said to the women, pushing them if they didn't understand, and the boys moved the men through a small barred door in the T-stem. Lola followed the men. She was in a vast space like the nave of a Catholic cathedral, extending in front of her two hundred feet and up to the frosted skylights fifty feet over her. To her left and right, where the windows would be, rose tier after tier of gray catwalks, the high ones suffused with a gray, rainy light, the middle ones dimmer until, down at Lola’s level, the place was almost basement black.
Pinek, whose turf this now was, was six months younger than Lola, twenty-three. A lieutenant drove him to Kattowitz. A major showed him to his office and his big mahogany desk, and Pinek felt a certain déjà vu as he stared at a pipe rack there. " Pinek cried. " He burst into tears. "You were... " the major said. " Pinek cried, and he told what happened in 1942. The major, also in tears, hugged him and kissed him, and Pinek sat down quite stunned in his new three-chandeliered home. The light flooded through the French windows, and he found himself thinking that he was here through the will of God.
They shot some doctors, lawyers, tailors, nurses, carpenters, sculptors, coiffeurs, auditors, watch-store owners, cigar-store owners, shoemakers, bookbinders, principals, miners, even a few escapees from Auschwitz, even Jews. In their cellars the Germans poured schnapps down the drains so the Russians couldn’t become drunker, and the women cut off their hair so the Russians wouldn’t rape them. "Frau komm! " the Russians said anyhow, as they lined up to rape even eight-yearolds and eighty-year-old nuns.