New York : Random House, c1993.
Multigenerational biography of the Warburg family involved in business, politics, and society in Europe and America previously closed to Jews.
LibraryThing member Whiskey3pa
Well written and engaging story of the German Jewish banking family. Their influence was felt across Europe and the US for the 20th century. A challenge to cover so many lives in a single volume that Chernow met with ease. Good reading.
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LibraryThing member librisissimo
I suspect it is a really good book (based on others' ratings), but I have run out of time to read the mega-histories from Europe's past.
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