5 edition of life and legacy of Baroness Betty de Rothschild found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Laura S. Schor.|
|LC Classifications||DS135.F9 R6667 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005010682|
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The Life and Legacy of Baroness Betty de Rothschild, by Laura S. Schor. New York: Peter Lang, pp. $ ISBN Betty Rothschild grew up in Frankfurt nurtured in Jewish tradition and tutored in French, music, and drawing. At nineteen, she married her uncle James and moved to Paris, where she presided over a salon famous. Baroness Rothschild: My Fair Lady. Baroness Rothschild was born on February 8, in Berlin, Germany as Veronika Henckel von Donnersmarck. She was an actress, known for My Fair Lady (). She died on October 6, in Mandeville, Louisiana, tion: Actress.
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"In this fascinating and far-reaching biography of Baroness Betty de Rothschild, Laura S. Schor went beyond the bejeweled image of a wealthy aristocrat celebrated by Ingres and discovered a political woman bent on reconciling Jewish life with the modern world, and a philanthropist determined to educate both boys and girls for a fulfilling existence in contemporary France."Price: $ Betty Rothschild grew up in Frankfurt nurtured in Jewish tradition and tutored in French, music, and drawing.
At nineteen, she married her uncle James and moved to Paris where she presided over a salon famous for its opulence and the brilliance of its guests.
Betty was a friend of Queen Marie-Amelie, the pupil of Chopin, and was painted by Ingres. Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Strumingher, Laura S. Life & legacy of Baroness Betty de Rothschild. Baronne de Rothschild is an portrait by the French Neoclassical artist Jean-Auguste-Dominique sitter, Betty de Rothschild (–) had married banker James Mayer de Rothschild and was one of the wealthiest women in Europe, and one of the foremost Parisian patrons of the arts.
Her beauty and elegance were widely known and celebrated, and inspired Heinrich Heine's poem The Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Betty Rothschild grew up in Frankfurt nurtured in Jewish tradition and tutored in French, music, and drawing. At nineteen, she married her uncle James and moved to Paris where she presided over a salon famous for its opulence and the brilliance of its guests.
Betty was a friend of Queen Price: $ Laura S. Strumingher is the author of The Life & Legacy of Baroness Betty de Rothschild ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), What Were 5/5(1). As the Rothschild dynasty rose in the 19th century- one women came to play a unique role in creating the legacy of the de Rothschilds.
It was Betty de Rothschild that set the standard of what it meant to be a French Israelite within the rising Rothschild dynasty. The only current in-depth biography The Life and Legacy of Baroness Betty de. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Life and Legacy of Baroness Betty de Rothschild (Hardcover) at nd: Laura S Schor.
Gustave Samuel James de Rothschild, Baron de Rothschild (17 February in Paris – 28 November in Paris) was a French banker and scion of the French branch of the Rothschild was the second son of James Mayer de Rothschild and Betty Salomon von Rothschild (of the German branch of the same family). In accordance with Rothschild tradition, Gustave was expected to marry a Born: 17 FebruaryParis, France.
The Baroness is a delight to read. Hannah Rothschild recaps quite a bit of the Rothschild family history, quite an amazing tale of success against the odds to say the least, so that 'the Baroness' own life story is set into context.
Nica was a true eccentric but also a courageous character/5(). In recent years, Dr. Schor has turned her attention to Jewish women’s history, publishing, The Life and Legacy of the Baroness Betty de Rothschild, infollowed by her study of the Evelina de Rothschild School, The Best School in Jerusalem: Annie Landau’s School for Girls,published in Source: The Life & Legacy of Baroness Betty De Rothschild James purchased Chateau Lafite, which remains in the family to this day.
Wikimedia CommonsAuthor: Lucas Kawa. Philippine Mathilde Camille, Baroness de Rothschild (22 November – 23 August ) was the owner of the French winery Château Mouton acted under the stage name Philippine was the only daughter of the vintner Baron Philippe de Rothschild, a member of the Rothschild banking dynasty.
established a French branch of the family business inand Betty (–), daughter of Salomon Mayer of Vienna, and Ferdinand and Alice’s aunt. Dorothy de Rothschild recalled that Baron and Baroness Edmond ‘doted on each other and each gave to the other the perfect understanding which is the dream of married life’.³ While.
Annie Edith (Hannah Judith) Landau (), born in London to immigrant parents and educated as a teacher, moved to Jerusalem in to teach English at the Anglo-Jewish Association’s Evelina de Rothschild School for Girls.
A year later she Pages: Laura Schor is a Professor of History at Hunter. Among the several books she has authored are two that are relevant to Jewish history: The Life and Legacy of the Baroness Betty de Rothschild and The Best School in Jerusalem.
At Hunter, she teaches courses on Jerusalem in the 20th century and the Dreyfus Affair. Email: [email protected] Read it on a RL friend's strong recommendation; The Baroness: The Search for Nica, the Rebellious Rothschild is an odd, very personally written biography by a family member; I somewhat enjoyed the part about the Rothschilds - the origins, the family history, the peculiarities - but Nica's story in itself was of relatively little interest to me/5.
Baroness Philippine de Rothschild, who has died a was a matriarch of the wealthy family of bankers and winemakers and chatelaine of one of the finest wine houses in France.
The Best School in Jerusalem Annie Landau’s School for Girls, – Laura S. Schor; Shulamit Reinharz, fwd. “Schor has written a book that, with its copious notes, index and extensive bibliography, including The Life and Legacy of the Baroness Betty de Rothschild.
Richard Williams on the colourful life of a jazz philanthropist. The Search for Nica the Rebellious Rothschild by Hannah Rothschild – review had was the Baroness Nica de Koenigswarter. The confection made for the London apartment that Pauline and her vintner-poet husband, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, owned from until her .She is the author of several books, including “The Life and Legacy of the Baroness Betty de Rothschild.” Reviews Schor has written a book that, with its copious notes, index and extensive bibliography, will please academics; at the same time, her literate, yet easy and .The Life and Legacy of Baroness Betty de Rothschild Laura Schor (New York: Peter Lang, ) Charlotte & Lionel: a Rothschild love story Stanley Weintraub (London: Simon & Schuster, ) Plutocrats: a Rothschild inheritance George Ireland (London: John Murray, ) Henri de Rothschild, – Medicine and Theater.