Schalom Ben-Chorin, born Fritz Rosenthal, founded the Romema Verlag in Jerusalem in 1941. The small publishing house specialized in Judaica, including some of this own writings.
Ben-Chorin had first gained experience in the publishing industry in Berlin and Munich. He was arrested and abused three times by the Munich police; he subsequently fled Germany and immigrated to Palestine with his wife in 1935. In Jerusalem, he founded the bookstore Heatid. He also worked as a journalist and essayist. His writings often explored the relationship between Judaism and Christianity.
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