The Skowronek Bankers in the XVII Century

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A compendium of short family stories from the banking family of Warsaw and its ancestors that took place during the XVII century.

"For the ignorant, old age is winter; for the learned, old age is the harvest." - HASidic proverb[250].

These are based on old familiar stories as well as historical documents.

François de Schoenenberg, Marquis de Brabant - Gottheil describes extensively the life of one of the members of the Schoenberg Ha Cohen family, dedicating to him a significant part of his book on the familiar history; that was François de Schoenenberg.

François de Schoenenberg and the Intrigues of Louis XIV - Despite his success as a diplomat and his appointment as representative in Madrid, François de Schoenenberg soon ran into trouble and the events surrounding the issue became the matter of a major international diplomatic conflict that lasted five years.

François de Schoenenberg, the Ambassador Plenipotentiary - Soon after the international crisis caused by the arrest of Schoenenberg's secretary in Spain was finished, king Louis XIV of France began pressing the Spanish monarch to remove the representative of the British and Dutch.

The Eight Galleons - As any good faktor of his time, François de Schoenenberg not only acted as a diplomat, but also as an arms dealer; according to documents written by king Louis XIV and de Blecourt, his agent in Madrid, Schoenenberg at one point assisted Spain in purchasing eight warships with about 55 cannons each.

Samuel Oppenheimer, the Oberfaktor - Samuel Oppenheimer was a German Jew who amassed one of the biggest fortunes of all times; he acted as court banker, diplomat, arms trader, patron of the arts and collector.

Martin Schoenberg - The oldest ancestor known of Prof. Alexander Julius Wilhelm Schoenberg, who was persecuted by the Nazis for being a Jew, was Martin Schoenberg, born in 1600; was he also of Jewish origin and related to the Belmonte / Schoenberg family?

The Jewish Bride; Rembrandt
. The Jewish Bride; Rembrandt. Seemingly representing biblical figures or a couple of Marranos living in the Netherlands
during the XVII century with the kind of clothing that likely the Schoenbergs used back then.
From Wikipedia, The Free encyclopedia. Public domain[64][65].

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