The Rothschild family had lived in Frankfurt’s Jewish ghetto for 400 years. They earned their living by selling goods on the back of a donkey. By the mid-1800s they likely were the wealthiest family on the planet. Their enormous wealth enabled them to impact major events throughout Europe and the Middle East, including funding Wellington’s army against Napolean, Britain’s abolition of slavery, control of the Suez Canal, and the railways in Austria and Germany.
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