German literate Hermann Roßmann studied theology and philosophy in Berlin and Marburg. After completing his education, he was active in Berlin commercially, then in Tyrol as a freelance writer. Roßmann developed himself from a narrator to an author of stage and radio plays, and then to a film author. He was awarded the Gold Medal at the 1936 Paris World Exhibition for his film Masks. Until World War II he frequently traveled throughout Europe, Asia, America and North Africa.
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