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אהבתה של גברת רוטשילדIn 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 אהבתה של PDF struggle to establish themselves in the cramped and restricted Judengasse But when Meir’s talents as a novice banker catch t The First Mrs Rothschild A Novel is about the making of the wealthy Jewish Rothschild family In 1770 at the age of seventeen Guttle Schnapper married Mayer Amschel Rothschild the founder of the family dynasty He is today considered the founding father of international finance It is Guttle that tells the story writing in a notebook given to her by her father The first filled she goes on to write two The journal entries are from a day a week sometimes months and or even years apart the freuency tightest at the start When first married confined within her home on Judengasse in the Jewish ghetto of Frankfurt it is in her journal entries that she finds an outlet for her thoughts She has no one to confide in With the passage of years why she writes changes She is proud of her family and wants to record that which has been accomplished by the family for the family and for the Jewish people as a whole The book records Jewish customs and traditions and the discriminatory laws restricting Jewish people in the 1700s It is not wrong to read the book for this information alone There are accurate historical details concerning the Rothschild family and company We learn of William Landgrave of Hesse Kassel the French Revolution the fall of the Holy Roman Empire the rise and fall of Napoleon the Enlightenment and the emergence of international finance on the European stage Background historical events play a pivotal roll in the lives of family members and the formation of the dynastyTen of Guttle’s children survived infancy Several heartbreaking miscarriages are sprinkled in between She lived to the age of ninety six and so we are told of lots and lots of wives husbands and children With the expansion of the banking dynasty family members move around the world—London then Paris and Vienna With the passage of years no longer confined by law to the Jewish ghetto the family disperses It is by choice that Guttle remains on Judengasse in what has become the family home In her old age she demands that with every new wedding the newlyweds are to return home and visit herI am not giving the book stars because despite all that I learned about the family I did not on an emotional level come close to members of the family I had to think long and hard what could have caused this Gittle has deep respect for the written word As a conseuence she writes in a prose style that is formal Secondly in that she writes down events after they have occurred we are told rather than shown We do not live through events Thirdly Guttle is reserved Her manner of being is not free and easy; she is undemonstrative; she does not share intimate confidences She is stiff and cold and the story is told There is a lot of talk about love but one does not feel this love Guttle is clearly wise and has learned a great deal from life but much of what she says is delivered as a lecture often of moral and religious content Occasionally contemporary wording is used This is jarring I see this as a weakness in the translation Yardenne Greenspan does the translation to English One example is the usage of “family agenda” Elisabeth Rodgers narrates the audiobook very well German words are correctly pronounced The speed and the pacing are fine The narration I have given four stars

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doc ð אהבתה של גברת רוטשילד ↠ Kindle Edition Read ½ gwairsoft ↠ ❴PDF❵ ✅ אהבתה של גברת רוטשילד Author Sara Aharoni – In this award winning historical saga passionate young lovers in a Jewish ghetto risF fortune comes true so does their belief that money will ultimately bring the power needed to establish Jewish civil rightsTold 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 strengt This is a Jewish historical fiction book We see a family begin with nothing and build an international bank This book brings you history family faith drama siblings and romance from late 1700s to 1800s The story is told by Mrs Rothschild through her journal writing You see her a young girl and by the end of the book she is a matriarch of a pristine family It did not feel as if i was reading a fiction book it felt as if i was watch a young woman flourish and a family develop

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He attention of a German prince Meir is suddenly afforded entrée 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 o Most people who have an interest in businessfinance 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 autobiography is very cleverly done In places there are gaps huge jumps some slightly confusing references to people or events which again gave it the authenticity of diaries rather than a novel We follow the story of Guttle from a teenager who falls in love with the dashing Meir Rothschild who she spies from her window through to the end of her life aged 90 We see how her husband moves from humble beginnings to greatness and how he ensures that his wealth is kept in the family through the partnership beuests to his five sons We also see a loving father who doesn't neglect his daughters but recognises that the custom at the time means they are not part of the Rothschild family after marriage to ensure loyalties are never divided he gives them handsome marriage allowances instead of legacies on his death The five sons ultimately established themselves in London Paris Frankfurt Vienna and Naples where they changed the way business was done across Europe However rich they got members of the family never forgot their humble origins philanthropy has always been one of the key traits of the familyOverall a very enjoyable read