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A compendium of short family stories from the banking family of Warsaw that took place during the XVIII century.
"A people's memory is history; and as a man without a memory, so a people without a history cannot grow wiser, better." - Isaac Peretz.
These are based on old familiar stories as well as historical documents.
The First Skowroneks in Warsaw - Comments about the first Jewish people that used the surname Skowronek in Warsaw.
The Tale of Walenti Potocki - The Potocki family were in business with the Skowronek bankers during the early years of the XX century, but perhaps their relationship began earlier, if Walenti really existed.
The Real Jud Süss - The Nazi propaganda film Jud Süss was loosely based on the real life story of the life of Joseph Süss Oppenheimer; a masterpiece of hatred brainwash anti – Semitic pseudo art.
The First Schoenbergs in Warsaw - The appearance of the Schoenberg family name in the Polish capital, key to understand the history of the Skowronek banking family can be interpreted in different ways.
Guttle Schnapper - Credited for once saying 'Nonsense... my sons would not allow it' when asked if there would be a war, she was the daughter of Wolf Schnapper and Bella Gans, who in turn, belonged to the Gans family from which Rabbi Akiva Eger – Gans and many of the Schoenbergs of Warsaw descend; Guttle was also the wife of Mayer Amschel Rothschild.
The Schoenbergs from Holland to Germany and Poland - During the eighteenth century the Schoenberg family moved from Holland to northern Germany, then to the centre of the country and to Poland; leaving a very good position behind, they also found very fertile ground in their new homes.
Lessing and Lavater as guests in the home of Moses Mendelssohn. Painting by Moritz Daniel Oppenheim 1856.
The Mendelssohns and Oppenheims are part of this big family, appearing related both in Germany and Poland.
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