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Selected secondary sources for the history of the Paris banking house

Useful secondary sources for the history of the Paris banking house are listed below; these are available in the Reading Room of The Rothschild Archive:

Banque de Rothschild Frères (Extrait d'un chapitre de l'histoire de l'industrie et du commerce en France) (Editions d'Art et d'Histoire, Paris: 1925).

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)

Lettres adressés à la Maison de Paris par son représentant à Bruxelles, Bertrand Gille (Paris, Louvain, Editions Nauwelaerts, 1961-1963), 2 volumes.

Histoire de la maison Rothschild, (Volume I, Des Origines a 1848), Bertrand Gille (Geneva, Libraire Droz, 1965) 

Histoire de la maison Rothschild, (Volume II, 1848-1870), Bertrand Gille (Geneva, Libraire Droz, 1967) 

M M de Rothschild Frères, 1817-1967 (Editions Piere Tisné, Paris: 1967). 

The Whims of Fortune, Guy de Rothschild (London: Granada, 1985)

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)

Exhibition catalogue 'Les Rothschild en France au XIXe siecle' (Paris: Bibliotechque nationale du France, 2012). [This is the catalogue of the exhibition held by the Bibliotechque nationale du France,  Richelieu (Galerie Mansart), 20 November 2012-10 February 2013].