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The Passion of Max von Oppenheim

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Lionel Gossman

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Abbas Hilmi II. Khedive of Egypt, 38, 40, 45

Abdulhamid II. Ottoman Sultan, 28, 29, 31, 38, 39, 44, 52, 53, 54, 55, 65, 69, 70, 349, 350

Abdul Huda. Adviser of Abdulhamid II, 31, 59

Abetz, Otto. German ambassador to France, 274

Adenauer, Konrad. German Chancellor, 168

Adivar, Halid Edib. Turkish writer, 82

al-Afghānī, Jamal al Din. Panislamist leader, 54, 55

al-Gailani, Rashid. Iraqi politican, 232, 233, 234, 236, 239, 240, 242, 248, 249, 255, 261, 266

al-Husseini, Amin. Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, 221, 234, 236, 237, 239, 248, 249, 251, 254, 257, 265, 268, 270, 275

Ali Yusuf, Shaykh. Egyptian nationalist, 38

Almazan, Andreu. Mexican general and politician, 182

Almazan, Elizabeth Pitt de. Mistress of Harold von Oppenheim, 181

al-Mifdai, Jamil. Iraqi politician, 234

al-Mukhtar, Omar. Senussi rebel leader, 235

al-Quwatli, Shukri. Head of anti-colonialist Bloc national in Syria, 275

al-Said, Nuri. Iraqi politician, 234, 246, 249, 251, 256

al-Senussi, Sidi Mohammed bin Ali. Muslim holy man, leader of Senussi brotherhood, 69, 70

al-Senussi, Sidi Mohammed el Mahdi. Son and successor of above, 70-71

al-Senussi, Sayyyid Ahmed Sharif. Successor of el Mahdi as leader of Senoussi, 72, 79-80

al-Suhrawardy, Sir Abdullah al-Ma’mūn. Barrister and Islamic scholar, 48

Amanullah. King of Afghanistan, 250

Arco auf Valley, Anton von. Son of Emmy von Oppenheim, assassin of Kurt Eisner, 201, 202, 203

Arco auf Valley, Ferdinand von. Brother-in-law of Jacob and Marcus Wallenberg, 189, 201

Arendt, Hannah. German-Jewish philosopher, 297

Arslan, Adel. Brother of Shakib Arslan, 268

Arslan, Shakib. Pan-Islamist leader, 209, 231, 232, 233, 247, 248, 268, 275, 369

Artbauer, Otto C. German travel writer, 77

Astor, John Jacob. American businessman, 32

Augusta. Wife of Wilhelm I, Empress of Germany, 4, 7

Bachofen, Johann Jacob. Swiss scholar, 17

Badia y Leblich, Domingo (Ali Bey al-Abbasi). Spanish traveller in Middle East, 14, 26

Badoglio, Field Marshal Pietro. Italian soldier and statesman, 229

Baeck, Leo. Leader of German Jewish Community, 293

Becker, Carl. German oriental scholar, 47, 49, 55, 63, 98, 101, 103, 108, 123

Behrens. Jewish banking family, 179

Belzoni, Giovanni Battista. Explorer of Egyptian antiquities, 18

Bernstorff, Johann Heinrich von. German diplomat, 16, 40, 96

Bessam, Mohammed Ibn. Middle Eastern businessman, 31, 108

Bethmann Hollweg, Theobald von. Chancellor of Germany, 84, 97, 333

Bismarck, Herbert von. German Foreign Secretary, son of Otto von Bismarck, 7, 33, 34, 36, 168, 313, 330, 347

Bismarck, Otto von. German Chancellor, 80

Bleichröder. Jewish Banking family, 38, 348

Blomberg, Generaloberst Werner von. German Minister of War and Commander-in-Chief of Wehrmacht, 186

Blunt, Lady Jane. British traveller in Middle East, 19

Bopp, Franz. German scholar of historical linguistics, 213

Börries, Freiherr von Münchausen. German poet, 26

Bosch, Robert. German industrialist, 189, 190

Bräunlich, Erich. German oriental scholar, 16, 20, 120, 206, 208, 278, 280

Buchan, John. Novelist. xv, 16, 17

Buckingham, James Silk. Traveller and writer, 14

Bülow, Bernhard-Heinrich von. German Foreign Secretary, 41

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward. British novelist, 15

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward Robert. Viceroy of India, 51

Burckhardt, Jacob. Swiss historian, 216

Burckhardt, Jean-Louis (Johann Ludwig). Swiss traveller and explorer, 14, 18, 19

Bürkner, Gottlieb, Admiral. Nazi naval officer, 188

Burton, Richard. British traveller in Middle East, 14, 19, 27

Byron, Lord. Poet, 26

Camecho, Manuel Avila. President of Mexico, 181

Camp, Raymond R. American writer, 150

Campbell Thompson, Reginald. British archaeologist, 109, 129

Canaris, Admiral Wilhelm. Head of the Abwehr (German Counter-Intelligence), 186, 187, 188, 194, 195, 197, 198, 232, 260, 277, 286

Carstens, Asmus. German neo-classical artist, 313

Caskel, Werner. German oriental scholar, 16, 20, 120, 162, 208, 209, 277, 278,280, 281, 332

Castelle, Friedrich. German journalist and editor, 309

Chan, Wilhelm. Director of Oppenheim Bank, 167

Chassériau, Théodore. Painter, 14

Cholidis, Nadja. Contemporary

German archaeologist, 126, 153, 161

Christie, Agatha. British writer, 144

Churchill, Winston. Prime Minister of Great Britain, 188, 194

Clare (Klaar), George. Viennese writer, 173

Clarke, Carter W. Deputy Chief of allied military intelligence, 193

Clauss, Ferdinand. German scholar of race, 211

Colbert, Jean-Bapiste. Seventeenth-century French statesman, 312

Columbani. Chief of Police in French mandate of Syria, 268

Courant, Richard. German-Jewish mathematician, 304

Cromer, Evelyn Baring, Lord. British Consul-General in Egypt, 39, 40, 45, 60, 96, 349

Cudahy, John C. American ambassador to Belgium, 236

Dalton, Sir Hugh. British Labour M.P., 35

Daudet, Alphonse. French writer, 216 de Boer, Tjitze. Dutch oriental scholar, 18

de Gaulle, Charles. Leader of Free French, 240, 261, 263, 264, 265, 272, 273, 331

Delacroix, Eugène. Painter, 14, 17

Delitzsch, Friedrich. German oriental scholar, 22, 214, 215

Deniker, Joseph. Russian-born French naturalist and anthropologist, 213

Dentz, Henri. Vichy-appointed High Commisssioner in Syria, 262, 267

Dicey, Edward. British journalist, 57

Diercks, Gustav. Author of Hie Allah!, 98

Digby, Lady Jane. British adventuress, 19, 29, 344

Disraeli, Benjamin. British Prime Minister, 19, 25, 26, 45, 51, 220

Djemal Pasha. Ottoman Navy Minister, 82, 83, 91, 100, 102, 333

Dodd, William. American ambassador to Germany, 180

Dostoievsky, Feodor. Novelist, 298

Duesterberg, Theodor. Leader of Stahlhelm veterans’ association, 183

Dumas, Alexandre. Writer, 15

Dürer, Albrecht. Artist, 312

Eisner, Kurt. First President of Bavarian Socialist Republic, 201, 202, 203

el-Khalidi, Saleb. Contributor to The Spectator, 69

Engels, Pauline. Mother of Max von Oppenheim, 11

Ensor, James. Painter, 311

Enver Pasha. Ottoman War Minister, 58, 82, 83, 86, 87, 100, 102

Eulenburg, Philipp, Fürst von. German politician and diplomat, 9, 34, 37, 342

Faisal. Son of Hussein, sharif of Mecca, future King of Iraq, 38, 101

Faris Pasha. Sheikh of the Shammar Bedouins, 23

Favray, Antoine de. Painter, 13

Ferguson, Adam. British social and political theorist, 15

Field, Louise Maunsell. American novelist, 150

Fischer, Eugen. Director of Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, 216

Fischer, Fritz. Modern German historian, 42, 102

Fould, Benedict. Jewish banker, 4

Frank, Theodor. Jewish Director of Deutsche Bank, 166

Frankfort, Henri. Director of Warburg Institute, London, 150

Franz Josef. Emperor of Austria, 7

Frederick II. Holy Roman Emperor 319, 320

Frick, Wilhelm. German Interior Minister, 175, 211

Friedrich Wilhelm III. Emperor of Germany, 7

Fritsch, Generaloberst Werner von. Commander-in-Chief of German army, 186

Frommel, Wolfgang. Writer, 295, 322

Funk, Walter. German Minister for Economic Affairs, replacing Schacht, 166

Furtwängler, Wilhelm. Orchestra conductor, 307, 308, 309, 310, 314, 315, 375

Galli, Gottfried, author of Dschihad. Der Heilige Krieg Islams (1915), 99

Games, Stephen. Biographer of Sir Nicholas Pevsner, 303, 304

Gauguin, Paul. Painter, 217

Gautier, Theophile. Writer, 313

Geibel, Emanuel. Poet, 101

Gentile, Giovanni. Philosopher, theorist of fascism, 306

George, Stefan. Poet, 174, 289, 295, 316, 317, 318, 320-24, 325, 377

Gérôme, Jean-Léon. Painter, 14, 17

Gersdorff, Rudolf Christian von. German military officer, 197

Gobineau, Count Arthur de. Author of De l’Inégalité des races humaines, 213

Goebbels, Joseph. German Minister of Propaganda, 208, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 315, 374, 375

Goerdeler, Carl. Mayor of Leipzig, leading figure in German Resistance, 174, 187, 189, 190, 194, 195, 197,286, 289

Goldberg, Szymon. First violinist of Berlin Philharmonic, 307

Goldschmidt-Hergenhahn, Gabriele. Wife of Waldemar von Oppenheim, 179

Goldziher, Ignaz. Hungarian-Jewish scholar of Islam 18, 25, 123

Gordon Childe, V. British Archaeologist, 129, 148

Gordon, Major-General Charles George. Governor of the Sudan, 49

Göring, Hermann. Commander-in-chief of Luftwaffe, 166, 178, 212, 224, 270, 315

Gorst, Sir Eldon. British Consul-General in Egypt, replaced Cromer, 40, 45

Gottheil, Richard. American Semitic scholar, 42

Grant, Madison. American anthropologist, and eugenicist, 213

Granville, George Leveson Gower, Earl. British Foreign Secretary, 52

Grey, Sir Edward. British ambassador to the Porte, later Foreign Secretary, 57, 59, 60, 331

Griessmann family, 198, 199

Grobba, Fritz. German diplomat, 231, 232, 233, 234, 244, 245, 247, 248, 250, 254-260, 263, 264, 273, 275, 361, 367, 369, 370

Gropius, Walter. Modern German architect, 302

Gundolf, Friedrich. Jewish disciple of Stefan George, 318

Günther, Hans F.K. German race theorist, 27, 211, 216, 217, 219, 220, 221

Gwinner, Arthur von. Director of Deutsche Bank, 114

Habicht, Theodor. German Foreign Under-Secretary, 243, 250, 253, 254, 257, 270

Haddad, Osman Kemal. Private secretary of al-Husseini, 254, 260

Haffner, Sebastian. German journalist and author, 202

Halim Pasha, Said. Ottoman Grand Vizier, 83

Hambro, Charles Jocelyn. British banker, 194

Harden, Maximilian. German Journalist, 288

Hardinge, Sir Charles. Viceroy of India, 59

Harries, Susie. Writer, author of biography of Sir Nicholas Pevsner, 297, 298, 300

Hartmann, Martin. German oriental scholar, 18, 64-67, 71, 342, 350, 351

Hatzfeld, Paul, Graf von. German diplomat, 33, 34, 156, 347

Hauser, Otto. Popular German writer, 221

Hebat. Hurrian mother goddess, 127

Heinitz, Friedrich Anton von. Head of the Prussian Academy, 313

Hentig, Werner Otto von. German diplomat, 226, 232, 233, 237, 250, 259, 260, 263-70, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 295, 329, 332, 370,371

Herwarth, Hans von. German diplomat, 174

Herzfeld, Ernst. German-Jewish oriental scholar and archaeologist, xi, xiii, xxvi, 103, 127, 128, 129, 130, 132, 153, 207, 209, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282, 326-28, 337-42

Herzl, Theodor. Founder of modern Zionism, 26

Hess, Rudolf. Hitler’s Deputy-Führer, 236

Hewins, Ralph. British journalist and author, 191

Heydt, Eduard von der. German banker, 156, 205, 206

Himmler, Heinrich. Reichsführer of the SS, head of the Gestapo, 186, 187, 188, 192, 195, 196

Hindemith, Paul. Composer, 308

Hitler, Adolf. German Chancellor, xviii, 96, 164, 172, 173, 174, 175, 177, 178, 179, 181, 183, 184, 185,186, 187, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 197, 199, 202, 208, 209, 216, 222, 224, 225, 226, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 242, 242, 249, 257, 259, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 270, 277, 278, 286, 287, 289, 290, 294, 302, 303, 305, 317, 318, 319, 320, 329, 338, 345, 357, 361, 362, 363, 364, 365, 366, 371, 372

Hodler, Ferdinand. Painter, 311

Hogarth, David George. British archaeologist, 119, 330

Holbein, Hans. Painter, 10

Holstein, Friedrich von. Head of political department of German Foreign office, 9, 33, 34, 37, 347, 348-49

Hourani, Albert. British historian of Middle East, 54

Huberman, Bronislaw. Polish- Jewish violinist, 308

Hugenberg, Alfred. German media magnate and rightwing politician, 184, 205

Humann, Carl. German engineer, discoverer of Pergamon, xix

Hussein ibn Ali. Sharif of Mecca, 38, 93, 101

Ibn Saud (Abdul-Aziz). King of Saudi Arabia, 245, 246, 263, 367, 368

Ingres, Jean-Auguste-Dominique. Painter, 14, 17

Ismail Pasha. Ottoman Khedive of Egypt, 30, 345

Jäckh, Ernst. German scholar and politician, xvii, xviii, 83, 98, 101, 102, 103, 354

Jensen, Peter. German oriental scholar, 130

Jeremias, Alfred. German oriental scholar, 142

Joachim, Joseph. Violinist and teacher, 308

Jordan, Julius. German archaeologist, 210

Kahler, Erich von. Literary scholar, 318

Kantorowicz, Ernst. Scholar, member of George-Kreis (disciples of poet Stefan George), 220, 295, 316, 317, 318-22, 376-78

Kapara, ruler of small Aramaean kingdom in 9th or 10th century B.C., 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 141

Kaufmann, Otto. Director of Oppenheim Bank, 167

Kessler, Harry Graf. German soldier, diplomat, patron of the arts, 150

Khairi, Sheikh ul-Islam, Grand Mufti of Constantinople, 87, 89, 93

Klemperer, Otto. Conductor, 308

Klinger, Max. Artist, 311

Koldewey, Robert. German architect and archaeologist, famous for his work at Babylon, 124, 126

König, Edeltrud. Colleague of Sir Nicholas Pevsner at Göttingen University, 303

Kreisler, Fritz. Violinist, 308, 316

Kress von Kressenstein, Friedrich Freiherr. German General in WWI, 91

Kristeller, Paul Oskar. German Renaissance scholar, 306

Kümmel, Otto. Director-General of German State Museums, 210

Kurlbaum, Alfred. Father-in-law of Sir Nicholas Pevsner, 297

Kurlbaum, Karola (“Lola”). Wife of Sir Nicholas Pevsner, 297, 305, 306

Kusserow, Heinrich von. German diplomat and politician, grandson of Salomon Oppenheim, 10, 29

Laborde, Léon de. French archaeologist and explorer of Middle East, 14

Landau, Jacob. Historian of Middle East, 55, 58, 103

Landmann, Edith. Philosopher, Jewish disciple of Stefan George, 293, 318, 322-324

Landmann, Julius. Economist, admirer of Stefan George, 318

Langenegger, Felix. German architect, 130, 340

Lapouge, Georges Vacher de. French eugenicist and race scholar, 213

Lawrence, T.E. (“Lawrence of Arabia”). British army officer and archaologist, xix, 19, 101, 119, 129, 265, 330

Layard, Austen Henry. British excavator of Nineveh, 135

Lepsius, Johannes. German Orientalist and missionary, 100-101, 103

Lepsius, Karl Richard. German explorer, 14

Levetzov, Magnus von. German naval officer, Berlin chief of police, 224

Liebermann, Max. Painter, 310, 313, 375

Linant de Bellefonds, Louis. French engineer, explorer of Egypt, 14

Lissauer family, 198, 199

Loesener, Bernhard. In charge of racial affairs, German Ministry of the Interior, 175-77

Loewenstein, Leo. Officer of Reichsbund jüdischer Frontsoldaten, 290

Louis Ferdinand. Second son of Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany, 223

Louis XIV. King of France, 312

Lowther, Sir Gerard. British ambassador to the Porte, 57, 59

Lubenchik, Naftali. Revisionist Zionist, 269

Lueger, Karl. Austrian politician, mayor of Vienna, 173

“Mahdi” of Sudan (Muhammad Ahmed bin Abdallah), 71

Mallowan, Max. British archaeologist, 129, 144

Maluf, Tannus and Elias. Max Oppenheim’s Lebanese servants, 122

Martin, Lutz. Contemporary German archaeologist, 161

Mayer, Paul Yogi. Founder of Jewish youth group Schwarzes Fähnlein, 290

McEwan, C.W. American archaeologist, 212,328

McMeekin, Sean. Contemporary historian, 329

Méchin, Jacques-Benoist. French writer and diplomat, 274

Meissner, Bruno. German scholar of early languages, 130

Meissner, Heinrich August. German engineer, 44

Melchers, Wilhelm. Head of Middle East section of German Foreign Office, 260- 63, 264

Melka, Robert. American historian, 268, 273-74

Memling, Hans. Painter, 10

Mendelssohn, Jewish banking family, 38, 165, 348

Mendelssohn, Felix. German composer, 308

Menemencioglu, Numan. Secretary-General, Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 271

Mercier, Louis. French oriental scholar, 77

Metternich. See Wolff-Metternich

Metzger, Chantal. French historian, 232, 268

Michelet, Jules. French historian, 17

Midjwel el Meșrab, Sheikh. Last husband of Lady Jane Digby, 29

Milch, Erhard. State Secretary of German Aviation Ministry, 178, 286, 332

Mittwoch, Eugen. German-Jewish Oriental scholar, 92, 209

Moltke, Helmuth, “the Elder.” German military chief, hero of Franco-Prussian war, 80

Moltke, Helmuth, “the Younger.” Chief of General Staff at outbreak of WWI, 80, 94

Moortgat, Anton. Belgian-born German archaeologist, 207, 341

Moortgat-Correns, Ursula. German archaeologist, 162

Morgenthau, Henry. American Ambassador to the Porte, 89-91, 95

Moritz, Bernhard. German oriental scholar, 93, 110, 208, 237, 238

Morris, William. British artist and social critic, 302

Morwitz, Ernst. Jewish friend and disciple of Stefan George, 174, 318

Moscheles, Ignaz. Czech-Jewish composer, 97

Mosley, Sir Oswald. Leader of British Union of Fascists, 225

Müller, Karl. German architect, 130

Müller, Max. German orientalist and philosopher, Fellow of All Souls, Oxford, 213

Mukhtar Pasha, Gazi Ahmed. Ottoman High Commissioner in Egypt, 40, 41

Munch, Edvard. Painter, 311

Munir Pasha, Salih. Ottoman ambassador to France, 57

Musil, Alois. Explorer and scholar of the Middle East, cousin of the celebrated writer, 15

Mussolini, Benito. Italian Head of State, 192, 229, 235, 259

Mustafa Pasha, Kamil. Egyptian nationalist, 38, 44

Nadolny, Rudolf. German ambassador to Soviet Union, 174, 354

Napoleon I. Emperor of France, 31, 80, 300, 346

Napoleon III, 80

Naumann, Friedrich. German journalist, 41

Naumann, Max. Founder of Verband deutsch-nationaler Juden, 287-89, 323

Neurath, Freiherr Konstantin von. German Foreign Minister, 208, 210

Nicolson, Sir Arthur. British diplomat, 57, 59

Nicolson, Sir Harold. British politician, 35

Nicosia, Francis. American historian, 237-38, 270

Niebuhr, Carsten. Danish explorer of Middle East, 14, 18

Niedermayer, Oskar von. German soldier and adventurer, 92, 233, 266, 370

Oppenheim. German Jewish banking family, 3-10, 107-108, 151, 163-64, 167-70, 171, 198, 203, 205, 326, 328

Oppenheim, Abraham, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 168, 169

Oppenheim, Albert von. Father of Max, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 29, 168

Oppenheim, Alfred von, 129

Oppenheim, Charlotte, 4, 6, 7, 10, 168, 169

Oppenheim, Dagobert (David), 5, 10, 168, 169

Oppenheim, Eberhard von, 179, 180, 201

Oppenheim, Eduard von, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 29, 156, 205

Oppenheim, Emmy von, 189, 201

Oppenheim, Eva von, 10

Oppenheim, Florence (Flossy) von, 6, 9, 196

Oppenheim, Friedrich Carl von, 167, 168, 169, 171, 172, 179-80, 182, 184, 197-201, 277, 280-81, 326, 328

Oppenheim, Gabriele von, 179

Oppenheim, Harold von, 181, 222

Oppenheim, Max von. Passim Oppenheim, Ruth von, 179-80, 200

Oppenheim, Salomon, 3, 4, 9, 10

Oppenheim, Simon, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11

Oppenheim, Simon Alfred von, 8, 9, 30, 156, 168, 179, 180, 181, 201, 203, 222, 277, 280

Oppenheim, Therese, 3, 6, 11

Oppenheim, Waldemar von, 167, 168, 172, 179, 181, 187-97, 201, 203, 205, 222, 226, 228, 277, 280, 291, 326, 328

Oppenheim, Wanda von, 280

Oster, Major-General Hans. Deputy-Head of Abwehr (German Counter-Intelligence), 187, 195

Özcan, Azmi. Modern Turkish historian 49

Palgrave, William Gifford. Arabist and traveller in Middle East, 14, 18, 19

Pavlov, Aleksander A. TASS correspondent in Stockholm, 193

Peel, William Robert Wellesley, 1st Earl. Chairman of the Peel Commission, 249

Perlmann, Annie. Mother of Sir Nicholas Pevsner, 296

Pétain, Marshal Philippe. Chief of State of Vichy France, 262, 263

Peters, Karl. Reichsminister for the Kilimanjaro region of German East Africa, 57

Peters, Rudolf. Contemporary Dutch scholar of Islam, 76-78

Petersen, Rudolf. Hamburg businessman, 178-79

Pevsner, Dieter and Florence. Son and daughter-in-law of Sir Nicholas Pevsner, 296

Pevsner, Sir Nicholas. German-born British art historian, 296-316, 373-76

Pevsner, Tom. Son of Sir Nicholas Pevsner, 304

Pewsner, Hugo (Gilel). Father of Sir Nicholas Pevsner, 296

Pferdmenges, Robert. German banker, partner of Sal. Oppenheim jr. Bank, 168, 169, 170, 180, 199

Pinder, Wilhelm. German art historian, teacher of Sir Nicholas Pevsner, 298, 301.

Playfair, General I.S.O. British historian of war in Middle East., 261, 265

Pocci, Franz, Graf von. Popular nineteenth-century Bavarian artist and composer, 280

Pocci, Franz-Karl, Graf von. Son of Franz von Pocci; husband of Wanda von Oppenheim, 280

Pococke, Richard. British traveller in Middle East, 14

Prüfer, Curt. German diplomat, 42, 206, 227-29, 231, 232, 233, 234, 243, 258, 259, 275, 330, 331, 360

Puaux. Gabriel. French High Commissioner in Syria, 246, 262, 331, 367

Quaatz, Reinhold. Adviser and confidant of Alfred von Hugenberg, 184

Quatremère de Quincy, Antoine-Chrysostome. French archaeologist and theorist of architecture, 300

Quinet, Edgar. French historian, 17

Rabeh. Leader of private army in Africa, 30, 31, 346

Rahn, Rudolf. Official at German embassy in Paris, 274

Raphael. Painter, 312

Rathenau, Walter. German statesman, 288, 297

Reinerth, Hans. Scholar of pre-history, 211

Reinhardt, Max. Theater director, 308

Rembrandt van Rijn. Painter, 10, 312

Renan, Ernest. French scholar and writer, 21, 213-15, 343, 358

Reuter, Gabriele. German novelist, 150

Ribbentrop, Joachim von. German Foreign Minister, 191, 195, 210, 236, 243, 244, 250, 254, 259, 260, 262, 263, 270, 314

Richthofen, Herbert von. German diplomat, 228, 232

Rigg, Bryan. American historian, 177, 286

Ritterbusch, Paul. German legal scholar and academic, 209

Robertson, Ritchie. British literary scholar, 325

Rogge, Bernhard. German naval commander, 286, 332

Rohlfs, Friedrich Gerhard. German geographer and explorer, 20, 80

Roosevelt, Franklin D. President of U.S.A., 188, 222

Rosen, Friedrich. German oriental scholar and diplomat, 93, 97

Rosenberg, Alfred. National Socialist ideologist and racial theorist, 178, 211, 250

Roser, Alfred. German Intelligence agent, 260, 265, 267, 370, 371

Rubens, Peter Paul. Painter, 10

Rügemer, Werner. German journalist and writer, 170

Ruisdael, Jacob. Painter, 10

Rumbold, Sir Horace. Vice-Chairman of Peel Commission, 249, 250

Russell, Gordon. British furniture designer, 306

Said, Edward. Modern American scholar, 14

Saladin. First Sultan of Egypt and Syria, founder of Ayyubid dynasty, 28, 42, 98, 99

Sarre, Frau Professor. Wife of German oriental scholar Friedrich Sarre, 337

Sarruma. Hurrian god of the mountains, 127

Saxe Coburg Gotha, Carl-Eduard, Graf von, 32

Schabinger von Schowingen, Karl-Emil. German diplomat, successor of Max von Oppenheim as director of Nachrichtenstelle für den Orient, xxiv, 87, 89, 92, 353

Schacht, Hjalmar. President of Reichsbank and German Minister of Economics, 164, 166, 198, 358

Scheel, Helmuth. German Oriental scholar, Director of Berlin Akademie der Wissenschaften, 209, 281

Schellenberg, Walther. Head of German foreign intellligence after dissolution of Abwehr (1944), 196

Schiller, Friedrich. German poet, 313

Schliemann, Heinrich. German amateur archaeologist, excavator of Troy, xix

Schmidt, Hubert. German scholar of pre-history, 130

Schnabel, Arthur. Pianist, 308

Schoen, Freiherr Wilhelm von. German diplomat and Foreign Secretary, 38, 43

Schoeps, Hans-Joachim. Prussian-Jewish historian and philosopher of religion, 185-86, 287, 293-96, 316, 325, 372

Schröder, Kurt von. Cologne banker, 192

Schubert, Franz. Composer, 181

Schurman, Jacob Gould. U.S. Ambassador to Germany, 153

Schwanitz, Wolfgang G. Contemporary scholar of Middle East, xix-xx, xxiv, 248, 258, 370

Sebottendorf, Rudolf von. Founder of the Thule Gesellschaft, 202

Seidt, Hans Ulrich. Contemporary German historian, 102-103, 235-36, 353-54, 361

Seldte, Franz. Founder and leader of Stahlhelm veterans’ association, 183

Senoussi. See al-Senoussi

Seton-Williams, Marjorie. Australian archaeologist, 226

Teniers, David. Painter, 10

Teshub. Hurrian weather god, 127

Thyssen, August. German industrialist, 156

Tolstoy, Lev. Writer, 48

Tönnies, Ferdinand. German sociologist, 299

Toynbee, Arnold J. British historian, 82

Ungnad, Arthur. German oriental scholar, 21, 22, 27, 133, 213, 214, 215-19, 220, 221, 343-44, 359-60

Vallentin, Berthold. German writer, member of, George-Kreis, 318

van Gogh, Vincent. Painter, 234

Vanderbilt Jr., Cornelius. Grandson of the American railroad magnate, journalist and newspaper publisher, 222, 223-25

Vanderbilt, Mrs. Grace Cornelius. Wife of Cornelius Vanderbilt III, 32

Velasquez, Diego. Painter, 10

Verlaine, Paul. Poet, 310, 313

Victoria. Queen of Great Britain, Empress of India, 51

Victoria. Wife of Friedrich Wilhelm III, Emperor of Germany, daughter of Queen Victoria, 7

Vogeler, Heinrich. German artist, 300

Von Papen, Franz. German statesman and diplomat, 95, 184, 192, 209, 248, 251, 252, 254, 256, 258-60, 262, 271

Vorontsov, Captain Mikhail Aleksandrovich. Soviet officer, 193

Voysey, Charles. British architect, 302

Wallach, Jeduda L. Israeli scholar, 103

Wallenberg . Swedish banking family, 189, 190, 193

Wallenberg, Gertrud, 189

Wallenberg, Jacob, 143, 144, 145, 146, 148

Wallenberg, Marcus, 143, 146, 147, 148

Wallott, Paul. German architect, 216

Walter, Bruno. German musician, 308

Wangenheim, Hans Freiherr von. German Ambassador to the Porte, 40, 86, 87, 96, 99, 100, 333

Warburg. German Jewish banking family, 164, 166, 167, 169, 171, 289

Warburg, Aby. German art and cultural historian, 25

Warschauer. German Jewish banking family, 38, 348

Wassermann, Oscar. Jewish Director of Deutsche Bank, 166, 172

Wassmuss, Wilhelm. German diplomat, 92, 265

Wavell, Sir Archibald. British commander-in-chief in the Middle East, 262

Weidner, Ernst. Austrian oriental scholar, 210

Weizmann, Chaim. Chemist and Zionist leader, 10

Weizsäcker, Ernst von. German Foreign Secretary, 187, 226, 233, 237, 244, 254, 257, 258, 260, 262, 263, 271

Werner, Anton von. German artist, 313

Whistler, James McNeill. American artist, 310

Wilde, Oscar. Writer, 310, 313

Wilhelm I. Emperor of Germany, 7

Wilhelm II. Emperor of Germany, 9, 18, 28, 37, 40, 41, 43, 47, 86, 89, 93, 96, 97, 98, 99, 109, 121, 178, 223, 275, 297, 326, 331

Wilhelm, son of Wilhelm II. Crown Prince of Germany, 223

Wilson, Francesca. British Quaker, friend of colleague of N. Pevsner at Göttingen, 304, 305

Woermann, Ernst. German Foreign Under-Secretary, 239, 242, 244, 252, 253-54, 257, 270-71, 274

Wohlthat, Helmut. Official in charge of foreign currency questions at German Ministry of Economics, 198

Wolff-Metternich, Count Paul. German diplomat, 36, 39, 40, 100, 352-53

Woolf, Virginia and Leonard. British writers, 35

Woolley, Sir Charles Leonard. British archaeologist, excavated at Ur, 129, 130, 132, 330

Zimmermann, Arthur, German diplomat and Foreign Secretary, 95, 353

Zuber Pasha. Leader of a private army that conquered Darfur for Egyptian Khedive, 30

Zur Mühlen, Hermynia. Austrian writer, xvii, xix, 15, 174

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