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   Arrival of August Belmont - Rothschild agent in the USA

Page entitled : Arrival of August Belmont in America

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Of August Belmont's youth and early career at Rothschilds, his arrival in America and the founding of August Belmont & Company


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... the influence of August mother's relations, the Hanaus, certainly played a key role. In later years, when he started his banking house in New York, a rumor was spread that he was an illegitimate Rothschild son, which would explain so many inconsistencies in his career within the family. Apparently the name "Schoenberg" was repeatedly used by Rothschilds, when they  ...

 

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