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  1. Dorothy de Rothschild (née Pinto; 7 March 1895 – 10 December 1988) was an English philanthropist and activist for Jewish affairs who married into the wealthy Rothschild banking family. Mathilde Dorothy Pinto was born on 7 March 1895 in London, the daughter of Eugene Pinto (1854–1932) and Catherine Pinto née Cohen (1872–1939). [1]

    • 10 December 1988 (aged 93), London, England, UK
    • Mathilde Dorothy Pinto, 7 March 1895, London, England, UK
  2. 9 de mar. de 2024 · Durante mais de 200 anos, a família foi sinônimo de riqueza e poder, mas também objeto de inúmeras teorias de conspiração. Conheça a história da família. BBC News, Brasil

  3. 10 de dez. de 2018 · Thirty years ago, on 10 December 1988, Dorothy de Rothschild died in London aged 93. Here we look back at the life of a remarkable women, and celebrate her incredible achievements. The driving force behind Waddesdon Manor’s success as a National Trust property, Dorothy had devoted most of her life to a family she married into at 17.

  4. Dorothy de Rothschild (1895-1988) was the wife of James Armand de Rothschild, a Liberal MP and a major donor to Jewish causes. She inherited Waddesdon Manor and became chairman of Yad Hanadiv, the Rothschild family charities in Israel.

  5. A Família Rothschild é uma família judia, com origem em Frankfurt am Main, Alemanha, que estabeleceu uma dinastia bancária na Europa. Prosperou no fim do século XVIII, e chegou a ultrapassar as mais poderosas famílias bancárias rivais da época, como a família Baring e a família Berenberg .

  6. Dorothy de Rothschild, née Pinto (1895-1988) Dorothy de Rothschild was born into a well-known Anglo-Jewish family, Seventeen years younger than her husband, she radiated personal charm, intelligence, and determination, and was thoroughly involved in James’ endeavours.

  7. Mathilde Dorothy De Rothschild, born in 1895 in London, entered into Zionist politics swiftly after marrying her husband, James. Her husband was deeply invested in the future of Israel and the Jewish people, thus Dorothy also became involved and interested in this movement.