Baron de Rothschild

Baron de Rothschild
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  • Baron de Rothschild — European Jewish banker and philanthropist …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Baron Rothschild — Baron Rothschild, of Tring in the County of Hertford, is a peerage title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1885. The Lords Rothschild are part of the Rothschild banking family. The current baron is also a Baronet, of Tring… …   Wikipedia

  • ROTHSCHILD, BARON EDMOND JAMES DE — (1845–1934), philanthropist, patron of Jewish settlement in Ereẓ Israel, and art collector. Rothschild was born in Paris (see rothschild family ). In contrast to his two older brothers, Edmond was not given to banking, and from his youth was… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Rothschild family — House of Rothschild redirects here. For the film, see The House of Rothschild. For the German surname Rothschild , see Rothschild (disambiguation). For one of the investment banks founded by the family, see N M Rothschild Sons. For one of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Rothschild Family — (18–20th century)    European bankers and philanthropists. For nearly two centuries, the Rothschilds have formed a financial dynasty without parallel either in Jewish or general history. In the remotest shtetl of the Russian Pale of Settlement,… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Baron Gustave de Rotschild — Gustave de Rothschild Le baron Gustave Samuel James de Rothschild est un banquier français né en 1829 et mort en 1911. Biographie Fils du baron James de Rothschild. Il épouse Cécile Anspach (1840 1912) dont il aura trois filles et trois fils dont …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Rothschild, Baron Elie Robert de — ▪ 2008       French winemaker born May 29, 1917, Paris, France died Aug. 6, 2007, near Scharnitz, Austria took charge (1946) of the family wine estate Château Lafite Rothschild, which had been confiscated during the World War II Nazi occupation… …   Universalium

  • ROTHSCHILD — ROTHSCHILD, family of financiers and philanthropists, patrons of the arts and sciences who greatly contributed to Jewish causes, particularly to the settlement of Ereẓ Israel and the State of Israel. (See charts: rothschild family ).Over the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Rothschild — (variant: Rothchild) is a German surname. It is a habitational name from a house distinguished with a red sign (Middle High German rot (or roth)= red + schild = sign , shield ), the earliest recorded example dating from the 13th century. The… …   Wikipedia

  • ROTHSCHILD, NATHANIEL CHARLES JACOB, FOURTH BARON ROTHSCHILD — (1936– ), banker and public figure. Born in London, Jacob Rothschild was educated at Eton and Oxford. He joined the family bank, N.M. Rothschild, in 1964 and by his dynamism revived its fortunes. He left, however, in 1980, after conflict with its …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Rothschild [2] — Rothschild, das größte u. reichste aller Handelshäuser, gestiftet von 1) Mayer Anselm (Amschel), geb. 1743 in Frankfurt a. M.; er verlor schon im 11. Jahre seine Eltern, welche gewöhnliche Handelsjuden waren. Anfangs zum Rabbiner bestimmt,… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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