| Jacob Schiff |
(financier, businessman, deep state operative?)
|Born||Jakob Heinrich Schiff|
|Died||September 25, 1920 (Age 72)|
Manhattan, New York City, New York State
|Children|| • Frieda Schiff|
• Mortimer L. Schiff
|Member of||The Money Trust, The Pilgrims Society|
Jacob Henry Schiff (born Jakob Heinrich Schiff) was an American banker, businessman, and deep politician.
"Together with his partners, Otto Kahn and Paul Warburg, he made a great deal of money from financing railroads. He purchased the Union Pacific Railroad and attempted to gain control of Northern Pacific. This led to him being criticised by US President Theodore Roosevelt and resulted in the passing of anti-trust laws."
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