Herman Rosenblat and his wife Roma
Like most other purported "survivors" of the Holocaust™ Industry, Herman Rosenblat is an old jew who completely fabricated his story.
Herman and his wife were stars on the Holyhoax circuit for over a decade telling their story, and Herman wrote a book titled "Angel at the Fence."
It was hailed in the jewish-controlled lamestream media and widely promoted. Oprah Winfrey placed Rosenblat's book on her list, and even called it the "greatest love story" she had ever heard.
His story told the tale of himself as a boy in a Nazi concentration camp who fell in love with a girl, his wife Roma, who tossed him apples over the fence of the camp.
A children's book, titled "Angel Girl", was written based on his story. And a movie deal was in the works to bring his tale to Hollywood.
Then, in 2008 after over a decade of telling his story, some Holocaust "scholars" began to publicly question his story and the publisher of his book found the integrity to do for him what very few Holyhoax "survivors" have been able to do -- admit that the story was a hoax and that he had made it all up.
But Rosenblatt is defiant and maintains, "It was not a lie. It was my imagination. And in my imagination, in my mind, I believe it. Even now I believe it. Yes, it's not true. But in my imagination, it was true."
Herman still claims he really was in the Buchenwald camp, but that's about it.
Surprisingly, the jews in Hollywood still plan to produce a movie based on his story. They and the kosher "scholar" pimps of Shoah Inc hope that this little "white lie" doesn't "give fuel" to those deniers of the "reality" of the "holocaust of 6 million jews".
Article: Holocaust 'greatest' love story a hoax