"He knew the truth and it ate him up."-- Jutta Rosenblat, speaking of her husband, Sam Rosenblat, who - on his death bed - refused to speak to his brother, Herman Rosenblat, for spreading the Oprah-promoted lie of "Angel at the Fence" (which also disgusts Herman's kids) according to The New York Post.
"If you don't read the press you are uninformed. If you do read the press you are misinformed" - Mark Twain
Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Oprah Calls The Wrong Kind Of Angel
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How awful that the Rosenblats lied about their story and that the publishers and movie makers fell for it. Boy in the Striped Pajamas, which was a great book and now movie, never pretended to be true. The Rosenblats, like Madoff, are harming the good Jewish name and it's terrible.ReplyDelete
I read a New York Times article about Stan Lee and Neal Adams the comic book artists supporting another TRUE Holocaust love story. There was a beautiful young artist, Dina Gottliebova Babbitt, who painted Snow White and the Seven Dwarves on the children's barracks at Auschwitz to cheer them up. Dina's art became the reason she and her Mother survived Auschwitz.
Painting the mural for the children caused Dina to be taken in front of Dr. Mengele, the Angel of Death. She thought she was going to be gassed, but bravely she stood up to Mengele and he decided to make her his portrait painter, saving herself and her mother from the gas chamber as long as she was doing painting for him.
Dina's story is true because some of the paintings she did for Mengele in Auschwitz survived the war and are at the Auschwitz Birkenau Museum. Also, the story of her painting the mural of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on the children's barrack has been corroborated by many other Auschwitz prisoners, and of course her love and marriage to the animator of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs the Disney movie after the war in Paris is also a fact.
I wish Oprah would do a story about Dina and her art not about the Rosenblats who were pulling the wool over all our eyes.
hahah funny it's like a budist guy praying to god haha omg it's kid of bizarre ;DReplyDelete
This won't succeed in reality, that is exactly what I think.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your post, very useful information.ReplyDelete