By Helen M. Davies
This is their first biography in English. beginning with their early lives within the Sephardic neighborhood of Bordeaux, it follows their advent to Saint-Simonianism in recovery Paris, their early careers as railways marketers, and the dizzying heights they reached eventually in Napoleon III's moment Empire. it's both a social and cultural background of Jews in France, addressing the capacity in which the Pereires controlled their company empire and the position performed through relatives existence in its good fortune. it's going to entice academics and scholars attracted to French and Jewish background, and to the overall reader of biography.
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