The House of Rothschild: The World’s Banker 1849-1999
For nearly 200 years, the famed Rothschild banking family has weathered political revolutions, world wars and international financial crises.
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The House of Rothschild chronicles the family’s rise and fall, and now its rise again, and describes the reasons for its lasting power. ‘Part of the secret of long-run success in banking is, of course, not to go bust; the Rothschilds’ relative risk aversion is one reason for their financial longevity’, writes author Niall Ferguson.
Penguin Books 2000
230 x 150mm