The First Mrs. Rothschild



The First Mrs. Rothschild In this award winning historical saga, passionate young lovers in a Jewish ghetto rise to become the foremost financial dynasty in the world It is the turn of the eighteenth century in Frankfurt, Germany, and young Gutle and Meir Amschel Rothschild struggle to establish themselves in the cramped and restricted Judengasse But when Meir s talents as a novice banker catch the attention of a German prince, Meir is suddenly afforded entr e into the European world of finance and nobility, and the Rothschilds lives are changed forever As proud as Gutle is of her husband s success, she is also cautious very much aware of the fact that her husband s rise is tied to his patrons willingness to see past his Jewishness As their family grows, and a dream of fortune comes true, so does their belief that money will ultimately bring the power needed to establish Jewish civil rights.Told through Gutle s intimate journals, revealed across decades from the French Revolution through personal tragedies and triumphs The First Mrs Rothschild paints a rich and intimate tapestry of family drama, world changing history, and one woman s steadfast strength. Read The First Mrs. Rothschild – millionapartments.us

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 484 pages
  • The First Mrs. Rothschild
  • Sara Aharoni
  • English
  • 02 January 2017

5 thoughts on “The First Mrs. Rothschild

  1. Rose says:

    I really enjoyed this book about the first Mrs Rothschild It is written in diary format and feels very natural You are hearing the story from her perspective I found it interesting to see how Jewish people were treated in that time The one contention I did have was that the translator used the term holy bible when referring to sacred Jewish texts rather than the correct term, Torah I didn t like it, as holy bible is a christian term, not a J...

  2. ~bookworm~ says:

    Most people who have an interest in business finance, philanthropy, history or European history have heard of the Rothschild family, and the Rothschild name has become synonymous with money and power The founder of the family was Mayer Amschel Rothschild this book is written from his wife Guttle s perspective It reads like a series of diaries I was initially unsure if this was an actual translation of real diaries like Anne Frank s book or a novel It is a novel, but it reads lik Most people who have an interest in business finance, philanthropy, history or European history have heard of the Rothschild family, and the Rothschild name has become synonymous with money and power The founder of the family was Mayer Amschel Rothschild this book is written from his wife Guttle s perspective It reads like a series of diaries I was initially unsure if this was an actual translation of real diaries like Anne Frank s book or a novel It is a novel, but it reads like an aut...

  3. Heather Bennett says:

    The First Mrs Rothschild is a fabulous historical fiction novel that is well written and has well developed characters A must read.

  4. Lisa J says:

    I had a hard time getting into this book enough to finish it It turned out to be written entirely in a diary format vs a novel I read the first two chapters which consisted of the character looking out her window at life passing by My general rule is that if a book doesn t draw me in by the ...

  5. Rachel F says:

    The First Mrs Rothschild by Sara Aharoni is a recent translation and is based off of journals and corespondents of Gutle Rothschild and her relationship and life with Meir Rothschild in the lare 1700s and early 1800s in Frankfurt, Germany.This is a fabulous novel depicting a true and historical relationship and the environment and adversities that Jewish persons had to live through and deal with at that time It was definitely sad to see our people were struggling through adversity even then.A g The Fir...

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