7 edition of Mostly Morgenthaus found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 452-458) and index.
|Statement||Henry Morgenthau III ; foreword by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||CT274.M673 M67 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 501 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||501|
|LC Control Number||90032445|
Biography. Henry Morgenthau III was the son of Elinor (née Fatman), granddaughter of Mayer Lehman, a co-founder of Lehman Brothers and Henry Morgenthau Jr., who was Franklin D. Roosevelt's U.S. Secretary of the Treasury. He was a grandson of US Ambassador Henry Morgenthau, Sr. and grandnephew of New York Governor and Senator Herbert H. Lehman. He was the brother of former Children: 3, including Kramer Morgenthau. The Morgenthau report, officially the Report of the Mission of the United States to Poland, was a report compiled by Henry Morgenthau, Sr., as member of the "Mission of the United States to Poland" which was appointed by the American Commission to Negotiate Peace formed by President Woodrow Wilson in the aftermath of World War purpose of the mission was to investigate "alleged Polish.
He recounted his life’s journey, and the story of his whole family, in his book “Mostly Morgenthaus: A Family History.” His brother was ROBERT MORGENTHAU, 98, the Manhattan D.A. for decades and the model for the Jewish character Adam Schiff, . In his mids, Mr. Morgenthau published “Mostly Morgenthaus,” a sweeping, multigenerational family history. The book, among other things, details the prominent roles Morgenthaus took in calling Author: Bryan Marquard.
Not the least of the book’s attractions are the lively, first-hand vignettes it offers of New York’s German-Jewish patriciate and of FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt at work and play. Infinitely rewarding, meticulously wrought, Mostly Morgenthaus is a model of family history, a tour de force in a tricky and taxing genre.” — H. Stuart Hughes. Henry Morgenthau III (Janu – J ) was an American author and television producer. He was a member of the Morgenthau dynasty and of the Lehman was the son of Henry Morgenthau Jr., who was Franklin D. Roosevelt's Treasury Secretary. He wrote Mostly Morgenthaus: A Family History (). In , at the age of 99, Morgenthau III published his first book Born: Janu , New York City, U.S.
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Henry Morgenthau (/ ˈ m ɔːr ɡ ən t aʊ /; Ap – Novem ) was an American lawyer, businessman and United States ambassador, most famous as the American ambassador to the Ottoman Empire during the First World ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, Morgenthau has come to be identified as the most prominent American to speak about the Armenian mater: City College of New York, Columbia.
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I did not know much about the Morgenthaus before I read "Mostly Morgenthaus", a family biography written by Henry Morgenthau III (published in ), concentrating on his father Henry II, his grandfather Henry, and his great-grandfather Lazarus.
What I did know before I read the book was that Robert Morgenthau had been the long time.Mostly Morgenthaus, which was published inwon a National Jewish Book Award. In the years to follow, Henry continued to take a strong interest in his father’s role during the Holocaust.