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The Resource The house of Rothschild : the world's banker, 1849-1999, Niall Ferguson

The house of Rothschild : the world's banker, 1849-1999, Niall Ferguson

Label
The house of Rothschild : the world's banker, 1849-1999
Title
The house of Rothschild
Title remainder
the world's banker, 1849-1999
Statement of responsibility
Niall Ferguson
Title variation
World's banker, 1849-1999
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Presents a portrait of Europe's most powerful banking family, tracing their influence on European finance, on political events, and on European Jewry
Writing style
Award
New York Times Notable Book, 1999
Biography type
contains biographical information
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157648
Cataloging source
TCH
Dewey number
332.1
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HG1552.R8
LC item number
F47 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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True
Target audience
adult
Label
The house of Rothschild : the world's banker, 1849-1999, Niall Ferguson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cambridge
  • Great Exhibitions and Crystal Palaces
  • The Era of Mobility (1849-1858)
  • Two Emperors
  • The Credit Mobilier
  • The Gold Rush
  • Public Finance and the Crimean War
  • The Counter-Attack
  • Nationalism and the Multinational (1859-1863)
  • The Finances of "Unification"
  • Family tree
  • From Turin to Zaragoza
  • Napoleon at Ferrieres
  • The Roots of British Neutrality
  • The American Wars
  • Blood and Silver (1863-1867)
  • German Unification: The Financial Background
  • Dress Rehearsal: Poland
  • Schleswig-Holstein
  • Privatisation and Diplomacy
  • A Meeting at Biarritz
  • Uncles and Nephews
  • The Road to Koniggratz
  • Silver Linings
  • Bonds and Iron (1867-1870)
  • Latin Illusions
  • The Isolation of Austria-Hungary
  • The Economic Origins of the German Reich
  • The Russian Option
  • Cousins
  • Reich, Republic, Rentes (1870-1873)
  • Bismarck at Ferrieres
  • Charlotte's Dream (1849-1858)
  • "Le Pivot D'une Combinaison": Reparations
  • Soll und Haben
  • "The Caucasian Royal Family"
  • The Fourth Generation
  • Partners
  • Peers and Peerages
  • Jewish Questions
  • Anti-Semitism
  • Responses
  • "On the Side of Imperialism" (1874-1885)
  • The Orthodox and the Reformed
  • The Financial Politics of Empire: Egypt
  • Another Eastern Question
  • From Investment to Invasion
  • Party Politics
  • From Gladstone to Disraeli
  • Politics in "Bucks"
  • Unionism
  • Churchill and Rosebery
  • Conservatism in France
  • Lionel Stands
  • Disraeli
  • Parliament and Peers
  • "A Real Triumph"
Control code
4105804
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st American ed.
Extent
xxx, 658 p.
Isbn
9780670887941
Lccn
99041868
Other physical details
ill
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm42871420
  • (OCoLC)42871420
Label
The house of Rothschild : the world's banker, 1849-1999, Niall Ferguson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cambridge
  • Great Exhibitions and Crystal Palaces
  • The Era of Mobility (1849-1858)
  • Two Emperors
  • The Credit Mobilier
  • The Gold Rush
  • Public Finance and the Crimean War
  • The Counter-Attack
  • Nationalism and the Multinational (1859-1863)
  • The Finances of "Unification"
  • Family tree
  • From Turin to Zaragoza
  • Napoleon at Ferrieres
  • The Roots of British Neutrality
  • The American Wars
  • Blood and Silver (1863-1867)
  • German Unification: The Financial Background
  • Dress Rehearsal: Poland
  • Schleswig-Holstein
  • Privatisation and Diplomacy
  • A Meeting at Biarritz
  • Uncles and Nephews
  • The Road to Koniggratz
  • Silver Linings
  • Bonds and Iron (1867-1870)
  • Latin Illusions
  • The Isolation of Austria-Hungary
  • The Economic Origins of the German Reich
  • The Russian Option
  • Cousins
  • Reich, Republic, Rentes (1870-1873)
  • Bismarck at Ferrieres
  • Charlotte's Dream (1849-1858)
  • "Le Pivot D'une Combinaison": Reparations
  • Soll und Haben
  • "The Caucasian Royal Family"
  • The Fourth Generation
  • Partners
  • Peers and Peerages
  • Jewish Questions
  • Anti-Semitism
  • Responses
  • "On the Side of Imperialism" (1874-1885)
  • The Orthodox and the Reformed
  • The Financial Politics of Empire: Egypt
  • Another Eastern Question
  • From Investment to Invasion
  • Party Politics
  • From Gladstone to Disraeli
  • Politics in "Bucks"
  • Unionism
  • Churchill and Rosebery
  • Conservatism in France
  • Lionel Stands
  • Disraeli
  • Parliament and Peers
  • "A Real Triumph"
Control code
4105804
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st American ed.
Extent
xxx, 658 p.
Isbn
9780670887941
Lccn
99041868
Other physical details
ill
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm42871420
  • (OCoLC)42871420

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