My First Seventy-Six Years: Autobiography

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CONTENTS
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Introduction 1

YOUTH
CHAPTER
ONE The Schachts and the Eggers10
TWO Three Towns beginning with "H"23
THREE Three Emperors in One Year36
FOUR Cholera in Hamburg48
FIVE A Meeting with Bismarck57
SIX At the University62
SEVEN An Unpaid Assistant on the Kleines Journal70
EIGHT Paris at the Turn of the Century76
NINE Doctor of Philosophy81

THE UPWARD ROAD
TEN Commercial Treaties90
ELEVEN I meet some of the Big Bankers97
TWELVE The Dresdner Bank102
THIRTEEN The Near East112
FOURTEEN My Family118
FIFTEEN Germany's Turning-Point123
SIXTEEN The First World War130
SEVENTEEN Director of the Bank139

PUBLIC SERVICE
EIGHTEEN The Founding of a Party148
NINETEEN Member of the Workers' and Soldiers' Council155
TWENTY Inflation163
TWENTY-ONE With the Danatbank171
TWENTY-TWO The Secret of the Stabilized Mark177
TWENTY-THREE President of the Reichsbank188
TWENTY-FOUR The Bank of England194
TWENTY-FIVE The Centre of Separatism201
TWENTY-SIX Monsieur Poincaré207
TWENTY-SEVEN A Painful Recovery213

FIGHTING REPARATIONS
TWENTY-EIGHT The Reichsbank from the Inside222
TWENTY-NINE Some Economic After-Effects227
THIRTY Clouds on the Horizon233
THIRTY-ONE I Sign the Young Plan240

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