| Paul Warburg |
(financier, deep politician)
|Died||January 24, 1932 (Age 63)|
New York City, U.S.
|Parents|| • Moritz Warburg|
• Charlotte Oppenheim
|Member of||Council on Foreign Relations/Historical Members, The Money Trust, Warburg family|
US deep politician named in the report of the Pujo Committee. Brother of Max Warburg.
Paul Moritz Warburg was a financier. He was named in the report of the Pujo Committee which investigated the Money Trust.
Paul Warburg was a brother of Max Warburg.
Anthony Sutton states that Warburg has a "meteoric rise" with his "missionary zeal to promote a carbon copy of the German Reichsbank in the United States."
Warburg became a partner of Kuhn, Loeb and Co, where he joined Otto Kahn and Jacob Schiff. He became a governor of the Federal Reserve.
His son, James Warburg (1896–1969) was a financial adviser to Franklin D. Roosevelt in the first years of his presidency.
A quote which is attributes to Warburg is:
"We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent."
which he supposedly said (according to some sources)  on 17 February 1950 in the United States Senate.
Event Participated in
|1910 Jekyll Island meeting||1910||1910||US|
1910 Jekyll Island meeting
|A secret meeting at Jekyll Island, attended by six men who conspired to privatise the US money system for control of the "money trust".|