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The Warburgs

Ron Chernow

The Warburgs

The Twentieth-Century Odyssey of a Remarkable Jewish Family

by Ron Chernow

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Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business,
  • Historical - General,
  • Biography / Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9351375M
    ISBN 101417718811
    ISBN 109781417718818


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Ron Chernow’s bestselling books include The House of Morgan, winner of the National Book Award; The Warburgs, which won the George S. Eccles Prize; The Death of the Banker; Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award; Washington: A Life, which received the Pulitzer Prize for Biography; and Alexander Hamilton, Cited by: As in his National Book Award-winning business history (The House of Morgan) and his comprehensive biography of John D.

Rockefeller, in The Warburgs Chernow employs marvelously detailed material to trace a single overarching story: the riveting and ultimately tragic odyssey of German Jews.

The Warburgs were Hamburg's preeminent banking family /5(). The Warburgs was quite a long book, but a very interesting one about a family which has contributed much to the economic and cultural systems both in United States and Europe.

Chernow draws detailed character sketches of various family members/5. About The Warburgs. From the Pulitzer Prize–winning bestselling author of Alexander Hamilton, the inspiration for the hit Broadway musical, comes this definitive biography of the Warburgs, one of the great German-Jewish banking families of the twentieth century.

Bankers, philanthropists, scholars, socialites, artists, and politicians, the Warburgs stood at the pinnacle of German. From the National Book Award-winning author of The House of Morgan (): an engrossing history of the Hamburg banking family that explores the love/hate relationship between Germany and its native-born Jews with as much interest as it recounts the lives of those who made Warburg a name to be reckoned with on both sides of the Atlantic.

Drawing on unrestricted. Ron Chernow's book on the Warburg Family is excellent to say the least. I love the way he brings the whole story to life.

This is a long read, but you should enjoy every page of it. Starting from humble beginnings in the sixteenth century, the Warburgs split into the Mittelweg Warburgs and the Alsterufer Warburgs in the mid-nineteenth century.5/5(5).

Ron Chernow’s bestselling books include The House of Morgan, winner of the National Book Award; The Warburgs, which won the George S. Eccles Prize; The Death of the Banker; Titan: The Life of John D.

Rockefeller, nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award; Washington: A Life, which received the Pulitzer Prize for Biography; and Alexander /5(5). Generations. The Warburgs: The Twentieth-Century Odyssey of a Remarkable Jewish Family. by Ron Chernow.

Random House. $ The history of the Warburg family begins modestly enough in the 16th century when one Simon von Cassel (d. ) received a charter permitting him to take up residence as a moneychanger and pawnbroker in the Westphalian. Most of the attention of the book is spent on brothers who bank (the exception being Aby, the art Historian and rabid book collector), so the sisters while addressed, get a smaller role.

Later, as the Warburg banking empire starts to rebuild, attention is spent on cousins Eric, Paul, and James (Mittleweg Warburgs), and Sir Siegmund Warburg. This is the real starting point for Ron Chernow's book, "The Warburgs." Longer and more complex than most Victorian novels -- or "Budden brooks," which it sometimes echoes -- it tells a story that.

Ron Chernow’s bestselling books include The House of Morgan, winner of the National Book Award; The Warburgs, which won the George S. Eccles Prize; The Death of the Banker; Titan: The Life of John D.

Rockefeller, nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award; Washington: A Life, which received the Pulitzer Prize for Biography; and Alexander Hamilton. The book encompasses the Warburgs' role in Anglo-American World War II spying, the establishment of a family securities firm in Great Britain and the.

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The Warburgs (Book): Chernow, Ron: Bankers, philanthropists, scholars, socialites, artists, and politicians, the Warburgs stood at the pinnacle of German (and, later, of German-American) Jewry. They forged economic dynasties, built mansions and estates, assembled libraries, endowed charities, and advised a German kaiser and two American presidents.

The Warburgs, by Ron Chernow, is a fascinating account of a legendary Jewish family of bankers who balanced being Jewish with being successful and accepted in Europe from the 18th to 20th centuries.

Jews faced a wide range of treatment in Europe during this period from wholehearted inclusion to outright persecution. Yet even during times of. Tell us about the last great book you read.

I would say “The World of Yesterday” by Stefan best-known writer in the German-speaking world in the s, he became persona non grata. Another book, The Warburgs: The Twentieth-Century Odyssey of a Remarkable Jewish Family, was honored with the George S.

Eccles Prize for Excellence in Economic Writing. As a freelance journalist, he has written over sixty articles in national mater: Yale College, Pembroke College. From the Pulitzer Prize–winning bestselling author of Alexander Hamilton, the inspiration for the hit Broadway musical, comes this definitive biography of the Warburgs, one of the great German-Jewish banking families of the twentieth century.

Bankers, philanthropists, scholars, socialites, artists, and politicians, the Warburgs stood at the pinnacle. Ron Chernow (b.

) is an award-winning writer, journalist, and historian best known for his biography of Alexander Hamilton that inspired the hit Broadway musical,he won the Pulitzer Prize in Biography for his book Washington: A Life, and he is also the recipient of the National Book Award for Nonfiction for The House of Morgan, on the banking dynasty.

Warburg family, a family whose members were eminent in banking, philanthropy, and scholarship. Presumably of Italian origin, they settled in the German town of Warburgum (from which the family derived its name) in Subsequently, branches settled in.

Ron Chernow, author of several influential presidential biographies — including the one that inspired the hit Broadway show "Hamilton". Ron Chernow won the National Book Award in for his first book, The House of Morgan, and his second book, The Warburgs, won the Eccles Prize as the Best Business Book of His biography of John D.

Rockefeller, Sr., Titan, was a national bestseller and a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist. The book encompasses the Warburgs' role in Anglo-American World War II spying, the establishment of a family securities firm in Great Britain and the postwar return of the Warburgs to Hamburg.

Granted access to family files, Chernow shifts between continents, telling of many lives with depth and detail/5(15). Get this from a library. The Warburgs. [Ron Chernow] -- The Warburgs were an American Jewish family who triumphed in the worlds of business, politics, and high society, only to be defamed by the Nazis and have their paradise crumble.

Nearly 98 at his death inRockefeller had retired in to be the Lord's fiduciary and gave his money away.

Chernow, biographer of the Warburgs and the Morgans, has his finest subject in R. The Warburgs by Ron Chernow,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). From the Pulitzer Prize–winning bestselling author of Alexander Hamilton, the inspiration for the hit Broadway musical, comes this definitive biography of the Warburgs, one of the great German-Jewish banking families of the twentieth century.

Bankers, philanthropists, scholars, socialites, artists, and politicians, the Warburgs stood at the pinnacle of German (and, later, of German. THE WARBURGS: The Twentieth-Century Odyssey of a Remarkable Jewish Family User Review - Kirkus. From the National Book Award-winning author of The House of Morgan (): an engrossing history of the Hamburg banking family that explores the love/hate relationship between Germany and its native /5(2).

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But their very success made the Warburgs lightning rods for anti-Semitism, and their sense of patriotism became increasingly dangerous in a Germany that had declared Jews the enemy. Ron Chernow's hugely fascinating history is a group portrait of a clan whose members were renowned for their brilliance, culture, and personal energy yet tragically.

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The emergence of the Warburgs -- Part two. The rise of the Mittelweg Warburgs -- Part three. From the Pulitzer Prize–winning bestselling author of Alexander Hamilton, the inspiration for the hit Broadway musical, comes this definitive biography of the Warburgs, one of the great German-Jewish banking families of the twentieth century.

Bankers, philanthropists, scholars, socialites, artists, and politicians, the Warburgs stood at the pinnacle of German (and, later, of German /5().

The Warburgs | From the Pulitzer Prize-winning bestselling author of Alexander Hamilton, the inspiration for the hit Broadway musical, comes this definitive biography of the Warburgs, one of the great German-Jewish banking families of the twentieth : Vintage.

Ron Chernow’s first book, The House of Morgan, won the National Book Award and the Ambassador Award for his contribution to the study of American gton: A Life won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography, and Alexander Hamilton was the inspiration for the Broadway Warburgs won the Eccles Prize for Excellence in Economic Writing in.

Book Summary: The title of this book is The Warburgs and it was written by Ron Chernow. This particular edition is in a Paperback format.

This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Vintage and has a total of pages in the :   Ron Chernow is the author of this book.

He is also the author of “The House of Morgan and The Warburgs. In this book, Ron covers the life of Alexander Hamilton in very attractive and engaging way. In brief, we have incontrovertible evidence that some Warburgs, including the father of James Paul, the denouncer of the "Sidney Warburg" book, were directors of I.G.

Farben. And I.G. Farben is known to have financed Hitler. "Sidney Warburg" was a myth, but I.G. Farben directors Max Warburg and Paul Warburg were not myths. This is reason enough.

The truth is that the Warburgs, as Chernow maintains, tried to reconcile the contradictions of being Jewish and German, nationalist and internationalist, traditional and modern.

The Warburgs: The Twentieth-Century Odyssey of a Remarkable Jewish Family, Ron Chernow. New York: Vintage, Summary: The story of a prosperous and sprawling Jewish banking family who eventually established banking and philanthropic efforts in Germany, England, and the U.S., experiencing both great success and influence, and stunning.

Inhe published his debut book, “The House of Morgan” which traced four generations of the J. P. Morgan empire and which was honored with the National Book Award for Nonfiction. He followed this up with “The Warburgs” which won him the George S. Eccles Prize for Excellence in Economic Writing.