The Günzburg: fortunes and misfortunes of a Jewish family in Europe

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Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm "type =" text "content =" Because contemporary modernity has made it possible to travel more quickly and easily settle in a foreign city, it is customary to consider cosmopolitanism as a specific fact of our time, yet it is to be forgotten that, through the centuries of European history, the nobility traveled The nobility was not sedentary, it knew how to accommodate the varied national manners and all the countries … Storiavoce invites you to discover one of these great families who lived between Paris and Saint Petersburg. This family has a name: it is the great Russian dynasty of the barons of Günzburg which, in nineteenth and twentieth-century Europe, held a considerable position from both an economic and philanthropic point of view, but also an artistic and political point of view in a Russian empire which, however, did not recognize equal rights. A heterogeneous family mixing at the same time rabbi, owner and scientist, banker and adventurer, painter and even impresario… Historian, Lorraine de Meaux takes us to discover this dynasty whose destiny was combined with the "great" History, between fortune and tragedy, happiness and anti-Semitic hatred. She is interviewed by Christophe Dickès. "Data-reactid =" 13 "> Because contemporary modernity has made it possible to travel faster and to settle easily in a foreign city, it is customary to consider cosmopolitanism as a fact but it is to be forgotten that, throughout the centuries of European history, the nobility traveled far more than we think.The nobility was not sedentary, it knew how to accommodate varied nationalities and from all countries … Storiavoce invites you to discover one of these great families who lived between Paris and Saint Petersburg. This family has a name: it is the great Russian dynasty of the barons of Günzburg which, in nineteenth and twentieth-century Europe, held a considerable position from both an economic and philanthropic point of view, but also an artistic and political point of view in a Russian empire which, however, did not recognize equal rights. A heterogeneous family mixing at the same time rabbi, owner and scientist, banker and adventurer, painter and even impresario… Historian, Lorraine de Meaux takes us to discover this dynasty whose destiny was combined with the "great" History, between fortune and tragedy, happiness and anti-Semitic hatred. She is interviewed by Christophe Dickès.

<p class = "canvas-atom-canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Guest: Associate and Doctor of History, Lorraine de Meaux is a specialist in Russia and has published Russia and the temptation of the East (Fayard, 2010) and as project owner: Saint Petersburg, History Walks Anthology Dictionary(Robert Laffont, "Bouquins", 2003); Intelligentsia. Unpublished archives of the twentieth century, (with Véronique Jobert), (Beaux-Arts Editions, 2012); and recently, with Patrice Gueniffey,The illustrious couples of the history of France, (Perrin-Figaro History), 2017. She is finally the author of A large Russian family: Günzburg, Paris-Saint-Petersburg 19th-20th century, (Perrin, 400 pages, 27 €). "Data-reactid =" 14 "> The guest: Aged and doctor of history, Lorraine de Meaux is a specialist in Russia. Russia and the temptation of the East (Fayard, 2010) and as project owner: Saint Petersburg, History Walks Anthology Dictionary(Robert Laffont, "Bouquins", 2003); Intelligentsia. Unpublished archives of the twentieth century, (with Véronique Jobert), (Beaux-Arts Editions, 2012); and recently, with Patrice Gueniffey,The illustrious couples of the history of France, (Perrin-Figaro History), 2017. She is finally the author of A large Russian family: Günzburg, Paris-Saint-Petersburg 19th-20th century, (Perrin, 400 pages, 27 €).

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