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Selected secondary sources for the history of the Naples banking house

Research into the early history of the House of Rothschild has to rely principally on external and state archives. The following secondary sources may be useful:

La Finanza Sabauda, 'Fiannziamenti Stranieri nel periodo del risorgimento e dell'unita d'Italia (1832-1863)', Paulo Norsa, (December 1959). (available on request, RAL 000/1958)

Monograph The Rothschilds in Naples, Francesco Barbagalllo, (Naples: 1999). (available on request, RAL 000/768)

I. The Rise of the House of Rothschild, Count E.C. Corti (Leipzig, 1927); reprinted, translated from the original German by Brian and Beatrix Lunn, (Victor Gollancz, London, 1928), reprinted (Gordon Press, New York, 1974)

II. The Reign of the House of Rothschild, Count E.C. Corti (Leipzig, 1927); reprinted, translated from the original German by Brian and Beatrix Lunn, (Victor Gollancz, London, 1928), reprinted (Gordon Press, New York, 1974)

Rothschild: a story of wealth and power, Derek Wilson (London: Andre Deutsch, 1988) 

The World's Banker: the history of the house of Rothschild, Niall Ferguson (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1998)