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In 1996 and again in 1997, John Sack was invited to speak at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, in Washington, D.C.  His speech, Revenge and Redemption, was about the Jews who ran 1,255 concentration camps for German men, women, children and babies at the end of World War II.  

As you may have read on Associated Press or heard on National Public Radio, the speech was twice canceled by the Museum without explanation.  Subsequent to that, John Sack gave the identical speech at the National Press Club, at American colleges, at Real History, U.S.A. (left), and as far away as Canada, Australia and Poland.  "He has done fine research, and he speaks brilliantly," says the Director of Real History, U.S.A.