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All evidence in this section is taken from John Sack's En Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, Basic Books, New York, 1993.

The Author

     John Sack, author of An Eye for an Eye is Jewish, and is described on the back cover of the book as follows:
John Sack has been a journalist for fifty years.  He was a newspaper reporter in North and South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia; a contributor to Harper's, The Atlantic, and The New Yorker; a contributing editor of Esquire; a writer, producer, and special correspondent for CBS News, and its bureau chief in Spain; a war correspondent in Korea, Vietnam, and Iraq; and the author of seven nonfiction books, including M and Lieutenant Calley.

The Post-War War Criminals Were Jews
He was appointed chief of the Office of State Security for Silesia, opened an office in Kattowitz, put up a picture of Stalin, and put Jews in charge of Intelligence, Imprisonment, etcetera, and in three-fourths of the other officers' jobs.  But still, Josef was not the good fairy.

    The good fairy was Stalin.  Stalin's fondness for Jews wasn't strange to the Jews, who assumed that he wanted the Germans pursued by the hounds of hell: themselves.  ...
    Why then was Stalin so partial to Jews?  Stalin didn't say.  ...  On his orders, a Jew whose father had died at Treblinka would be chief of the Office of State Security, and Jews would be chiefs of all the departments, though from now on their names wouldn't be Jewish ones but "General Romkowski"s and "Colonel Rozanski"s.  In time, these people appointed all the security chiefs for Poland `” including Josef, who now would be Jozef, and who'd never wonder, Why does Stalin like Jews?

(John Sack, En Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, Basic Books, New York, 1993, pp. 52-53)

A friend in Prague was in Czechoslovakia's own Office of State Security, which ... Stalin had also packed with Jews.

(John Sack, An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, Basic Books, New York, 1993, p. 96)

    On Wednesday, October 17, the President of Poland decreed that the Germans who weren't in prisons be thrown out of Poland and Poland-administered Germany, and, to the pealing of bells, the Polish police now rounded them up and herded them - ten million people - onto the trains, enforcing the biggest migration in all human history.  In Kattowitz, as in Kielce, Breslau, Stettin, and some other cities, the chief of police was a Jew.  Many were former partisans who, in August, 1944, had been celebrating in Lublin when the police chief of Poland, a Catholic ... made a Jew the police chief of Lublin and Jews all the precinct chiefs there.  The next year, 1945, these people became the chiefs in some of Poland and Poland-administered Germany.

    In Breslau, the biggest city in Poland-administered Germany, with 300,000 inhabitants, the chief of police, the chief of the Office's section for Germans, the chief of the Polish army's own Office (its Corps of Internal Security) and even the mayor of Breslau were Jews.
(John Sack, An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, Basic Books, New York, 1993, p. 138)

In places like Gleiwitz, the Poles stood against the prison wall as [the Jewish] Implementation tied them to big iron rings, said, "Ready!" "Aim!" "Fire!" shot them, and told the Polish guards, "Don't talk about this."  The guards, being Poles, weren't pleased, but the Jacobs, Josefs and Pineks, the Office's brass, stayed loyal to Stalin, for they thought of themselves as Jews, not as Polish patriots.  And that's why the Good Fairy Stalin ... had hired all the Jews ... and had packed them into his Office of State Security, his instrument in the People's Republic of Poland.

(John Sack, An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, Basic Books, New York, 1993, p. 139)

The police chief in Kattowitz was Pinek Pakanowski, and the police chief in Breslau was Shmuel "Gross," who used the Polish name Mieczyslaw "Gross."  Some other Jewish police chiefs in Poland and Poland-administered Germany were Yechiel Grynspan in Hrubieszow, Ayzer Maka in Bielsko-Biala, and an unidentified man in Zabkowice.  The partisans in Lublin `” two hundred men, all Jews `” were in the "Chiel Group" of the Holod Battalion: the group commander was Captain Yechiel "Chiel" Grynspan and the battalion commander ... was Captain Aleksander Skotnicki, known as Zemsta.  The police chief of Poland was Juzwak, known as General Witold....  "Gross" became the police chief of Lublin ... and one of his eight precinct chiefs was Sever Rubinstein.  According to "Gross," eighty percent of the police officers in Lublin and fifty percent of the policemen in Lublin were Jews.
(John Sack, An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, Basic Books, New York, 1993, p. 215)

Some of the Post-War War Crimes that Jews Committed

    Day after day, the Germans in Shlomo's cellar went to the second and third-floor offices.  As many as eight interrogators, almost all Jews, stood around any one German saying, "Were you in the Nazi Party?"  Sometimes a German said, "Yes," and the boys shouted, "Du schwein! You pig!" and beat him and broke his arm, perhaps before sending him to his cell ....
    ...
    But sometimes a German wouldn't confess.  One such hard case was a fifty-year-old who was strolling along when a $200 informant said, "You were in the Party!  I know it!"  The man was brought to the gray building and to a third-floor interrogation room, and a boy asked him, "Were you in the Party?"
    "No, I wasn't in it."
    "How many people work for you?"
    "In the high season, thirty-five."
    "You must have been in the Party," the boy deduced.  He asked for the German's wallet, where he found a fishing license with the stamp of the German Anglers Association.  Studying it, he told the German, "It's stamped by the Party."

    "It's not," said the German.  He'd lost his left arm in World War I and was using his right arm to gesture with, and, to the boy, he may have seemed to be Heiling Hitler.  The boy became violent.  He grabbed the man's collar, hit the man's body onto the floor, and, in his boots, jumped on the man's cringing chest as though jumping rope.  A half dozen other interrogators, almost all Jews, pushed the man onto a couch, pulled off his trousers, and hit him with hard rubber clubs and hard rubber hoses full of stones.  The sweat started running down the Jews' arms, and the blood down the man's naked legs.
   
 "Warst du in der Partei?"
    "Nein!"
    "Warst du in der Partei?"

    "Nein!" the German screamed - screamed, till the boys had to go to Shlomo's kitchen for a wooden spoon and to use it to cram some rags in the German's mouth.  Then they resumed beating him.
(John Sack, An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, Basic Books, New York, 1993, p. 75)

    She [Lola, the Jewish camp commandant] didn't intervene when her guards got drunk, opened the cells, pulled out the Germans, put blankets on them so the welts wouldn't embarrass the Polish courts, said, "Pigs!" and then used their guns like clubs.  At Auschwitz, the Jews weren't raped (the SS men could be hanged for it) but at Gleiwitz one ardent interrogator pulled off a German girl's clothes, pulled her onto his lap, and told her, "Let's do it!  I've got a Persian lamb coat for you!" but if Lola knew about it, she just ignored it.  In time, the Germans' screams seemed an attribute of the prison air, but Lola said nothing, and if any inner voice told the Jewish guards, You don't know he's guilty, then the Germans' blond hair, blue eyes, and the German's own German language attested that they were Hitler's hatchet men.

    One day, a German in pitch-black pants, the SS's color, showed up in Lola's prison.  ...  Some guards, all girls, then seized the incriminating evidence: the man's black pants, pulling them off so aggressively that one of his tendons tore.  The man screamed, but the girls said, "Shut up!" and they didn't recognize that the pants were part of a boy scout uniform.  The "man" was fourteen years old.

    The girls decided to torture him.  By now, the Office of State Security had 227 prisons for Germans, and each had its characteristic way of taking revenge for World War II.  The boys used sticks in Breslau but splinters in Frankenstein, forcing them up a German's nails.  The boys in Wunschelberg whipped a German, poured coffee into the whip-wounds, and told him, "You won't just die!  You'll croak!"  At the 800-person prison in Myslowitz, whose commandant was a Jew from Auschwitz, twenty years old, the boys dumped excrement on a German's head, told him, "Pick that shit up," and, when the German did, dumped it on his head again.  The boys in Glatz played accordians to drown out the "Nein"s as they knocked a German's teeth out, and one Jewish boy in Neisse made a German pull out his own gold tooth....

    The girls in Gleiwitz used fire.  They held down the [fourteen-year-old] German boy, put out their cigarettes on him, and, using gasoline, set his curly black hair afire.  ...  At last released, the German went home, fell into bed, and, wrapping his arms around his head like a boxer who's on the ropes, continued screaming, "Don't do it!"  His scalp was a moth-eaten rug....  In time, he was sent to a mental ward, and he never left it.

(John Sack, An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, Basic Books, New York, 1993, pp. 87-88)

The guards used clubs, bedboards, crowbars, and the Germans' own crutches, ... and at times blurred the distinction between corporal and capital punishment by seizing a German's arms and legs and swinging his head against the wall like a battering ram.  In the center ring, Shlomo used his pet birchwood stools on the Germans, but he was unsatisfied and his guards came back again and again on many marathon nights.
    The dead bodies went to the morgue every morning ... and the dead people's names went to Shlomo.  ...
    The body count was enormous....  ...  They got the Germans to beat each other: to jump on each other's spines and to punch each other's noses, and hit the Germans so hard that they once knocked a German's glass eye out.  The guards raped the German women `” one, who was thirteen years old, got pregnant - and trained their dogs to bite off the German men's genitals at the command of "Sic!"  ...
    ...
    In time, three-fourths of the Germans in Shlomo's camp were dead, and Shlomo announced, "What the Germans couldn't do in five years at Auschwitz, I've done in five months at Schwientochlowitz."
(John Sack, An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, Basic Books, New York, 1993, pp. 106-107)

    At Potulice, more Germans died than Jews had died there during the war.  ...  "You pigs!" the Jews cried, whipping the Germans, and one hundred died at Myslowitz every day.  At Grottkau, the Germans were buried in potato sacks, but at Hohensalza, they climbed right into the coffins, where the commandant wasted them.  At Blechhammer, the Jewish commandant wouldn't even look at the Germans, and they died sight unseen.  ...  In that vast area, the Office of State Security ran 1,255 camps for Germans, and twenty to fifty percent of the Germans died in virtually every one.

    But the word got out.  Taking trains to Berlin, the whistle-blowers reported this to the British and Americans.... 
  • n Thursday, August 16, 1945, Winston Churchill rose in the House of Commons and said, "Enormous numbers [of Germans] are utterly unaccounted for.  It is not impossible that tragedy on a prodigious scale is unfolding itself behind the Iron Curtain."  Another member of the Commons said, "Is this what our soldiers died for?" and in Washington an American senator put in the Congressional Record of Friday, August 2, "One would expect that after the horrors in Nazi concentration camps, nothing like that could ever happen again.  Unfortunately...."  The senator then told of beatings, shootings, of water tortures, or arteries cut, of "brains splashed on the ceiling" in the Office's concentration camps.  ...

   
The loudest objection was by the Red Cross `” not the International one, in Geneva, but the American one.  Its people in Warsaw drove down to Kattowitz to speak with the Jewish boy who was Secretary of State Security: Pinek ....
(John Sack, An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, Basic Books, New York, 1993, pp. 110-111)

In the next three years, from sixty thousand to eighty thousand would die in the Office's institutions, much, much less than the number of Jews who'd died at Auschwitz but more than the number who'd died at Belsen or Buchenwald or one thousand places the Jews of the world now proclaim, "We will never forget."
(John Sack, An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, Basic Books, New York, 1993, p. 114)