Tuesday, November 20, 2018

PRE WW1 RICH BANKING DYNASTY EPIC TV SAGA IN WORKS BASED ON NATASHA SOLOMONS' HOUSE OF GOLD NOVEL!

   'HOUSE OF GOLD' TV SERIES
ABOUT PRE WW1 EUROPE'S MOST INFLUENTIAL BANKING DYNASTY
Here's a new period set saga for you: Tall Story Pictures (owned by ITV) will turn Natasha Solomons' novel HOUSE OF GOLD on a rich European
House of Gold is becoming a TV series!
banking family into TV series! As Deadline reports, the story set on the eve of World War I describes the opulent life of banking dynasty the Goldbaums whose world is about to shatter.
Their influence reaches across Europe; they are the confidantes and bankers of governments and emperors. Little happens without their say-so and even less without their knowledge. But Greta Goldbaum has no say at all in who she’ll marry. Greta’s union with cousin Albert will strengthen the bond between the Austrian and the English branches of the dynasty. It is sensible and strategic, however, Greta is neither. But just as she begins to taste an unexpected happiness, war is looming and even the Goldbaums can’t alter its course. For the first time in two hundred years, the family will find themselves on opposing sides.

10 comments:

  1. 'Goldbaum' sounds jewish. I have no knowledge of jewish banking during WW1 period. I can only tell you this: as a jew myself, I don't like the jews who worked or are working for the Federal Reserve: Greenspan, Bernanke, Yellen, Fischer and others.

    These economists help (by printing money and financial manipulations)the american presidents make the nation believe everything is under control, when actually nothing is under control(and I don't mean only the huge deficit). This situation brings about anti-semitism, and puts the masses of jews in great danger.

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    1. yes, I hear the book tells about Jewish people coping with WW1 too.

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  2. Sorry, what do you mean by that "coping with WW1 too"?

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    1. cope - as in deal, trying to live through, survive.... As far as I've got it WW1 saw the fall of many Jewish businesses as with the Goldbaums.

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  3. I can’t imagine not being able to marry for love, but for financial gain. Throw in a world war on top of it, must make one feel so helpless.

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    1. that is how the things go, I guess, in extremely rich families, you need to strengthen business ties through marriage in order for family to stay powerful and strong.

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    2. I have much respect for the Japanese princess who threw it all away and married for love. Sometimes you have to say to hell with family ties and money and live your own life.

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    3. yes, but for sacrificing a small part of their lives they do get everything us mere peasants :) can only dream of. Just imagine never, literally never ever, having to think of bills, cooking, cleaning, roof over your head, even clothes and pension. They get all that for free and they also enjoy the whole life given on a golden plate and also the privilege of serving your country by helping the poor and unprotected which not all of us are in the position to do as they are. And yet you still get ungrateful sods like Harry who behave like brats and marry the first vixen who wants to use them for their own gain.

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    4. I'd actually prefer to live in the real world. Most of those "ungrateful sods" like Harry, I don't believe they know how well they have it. I think us mere peasants have a better sense of empathy, gratitude, and appreciation for the struggles we've been through. Those royals can piss off with their sense of entitlement simply because they hit the birth lottery.

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    5. I'd still marry a prince, though, just to be able to waste his money on the poor :)

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