The Rise of the House of Rothschild
Blue Ribbon Books, 1928 - 432 páginas
This work appraises the important influence of the Rothschild family on the politics of the period, 1770-1830, in Europe and throughout the world.
The Origins and the Early Activities
The Rothschild Family During
The Great Napoleonic Crisis and
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