Joachim M. Goldstein founded the Verlag Joachim Goldstein & Co. in Tel Aviv after his arrival in 1938. He published, among others, Max Brod and Schalom Ben-Chorin. The publishing house closed in 1942.
Goldstein was active in the publishing industry in Berlin before his emigration from Germany to Palestine in 1938. After 1942, he was an administrator for the British army and worked in theater in Haifa and Tel Aviv. In 1957, he returned to West-Berlin.
Fischer, Ernst. Verleger, Buchhändler und Antiquare aus Deutschland und Österreich in der Emigration nach 1933. Stuttgart: Verband Deutscher Anitquare, 2011.
- Location: Tel Aviv
- Period: 1938-1942
- Publisher(s): Joachim M. Goldstein (November 23, 1904, Berlin - November 24, 1969, West-Berlin)
- Author(s): Schalom Ben- Chorin, Max Brod, Hans Tramer
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