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Munich: Piper 2007, 320 pp., approx. 500 images,
bilingual English / German
This book tells a story in pictures that could hardly be more colourful, diverse or replete with historical detail. It concerns the rise of Deutsche Bank from the times of the German Empire up to our era of globalization; it ist about financial transactions that influenced the course of history, and about daring enterprises throughout th world. Above all, though, it is about the destinies of people who worked for the company, and about their everyday lives. These pictures refelct not only the evolution of a big bank, but also one and a half centuries of economic and Social history.
-Foundation in Berlin
-Branches and mergers in Germany
First branches in Germany
First branches in Europe
Acquisitions and mergers
-Business with institutional and private clients
Firms and states
-People in the bank
Everyday life in the bank
Celebrations at the bank
Faces of the bank
-The bank in public life
Bank and politics
Bank and culture
-Signals to the markets
The bank’s logos
-Reconstitution in Frankfurt am Main
Istanbul: Deutsche Bank A.S. 2009. 72pp.
Deutsche Bank engaged in international business from the outset. This book traces the most significant stages of Deutsche Bank's presence in Turkey, a story that could hardly be more colourful: the building of the legendary railway line from the Bosporus to the Persian Gulf; the opening of Deutsche's Istanbul branch in 1909; its sequestration and reopening after the First World War; the branch's final closure and liquidation in the aftermath of the Second World War; the opening of a representative office in 1954 and the development of the present Deutsche Bank A.S. and other Deutsche Bank entities.
München: C.H. Beck, 1999, 176pp.
Gold - robbed from central banks in occupied countries and from the victims of concentration camps - played a crucial role in financing the import of strategic materials for the Nazi war effort. Most of the Reichsbank gold sales went to foreign central banks, but some gold sales were also made to German commercial banks including the Deutsche Bank. This is a report on the gold transactions of the Deutsche Bank during the Second World War. The report tells where the gold came from and where it went.