An Eye For An Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945An Eye For An Eye
is a book by John Sack, claiming that some of the Jews
who survived the death camps of the Holocaust
took revenge on their former captors by setting up over 1,000 concentration camps in Poland
civilians and torturing them. Sack estimates that 60,000 to 80,000 people died. 
According to the New Republic review, which uses information from Sack's endnotes, most of the people working in these camps were not Jewish, a fact Sack does his best to conceal.
- Here are outside links, giving information about John Sack and his books.
- author's website
- supportive review by Doug Collins, who was convicted of anti-Semitic speech in British Columbia
- critical review in New Republic magazine
- ISBN 0-9675691-0-9