Table of contents for Banking on global markets : Deutsche Bank and the United States, 1870 to the present / Christopher Kobrak.

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Table of Contents
Preface and Acknowledgements
Chapter 1 -- Overview of the Title and Terrain
Section I -- On Golden Chariots -- Deutsche Bank's U.S. Business 1870 to 1914
Chapter 2 -- First Steps
Chapter 3 -- Deutsche Bank and American Electrification
Chapter 4 -- The Northern Pacific Bankruptcy Saga
Chapter 5 -- The Fallout
Chapter 6 -- Other Transportation and Commercial Investments
Chapter 7 -- A Taste for Start-ups
Chapter 8 -- Transitions
Section II -- Deutsche Bank and the U.S. During "Great Disorder" -- 1914--1957
Chapter 9 -- Personal, Communication, and Financial Breakdowns
Chapter 10 -- War Supplies, Espionage, and Expropriation
Chapter 11 -- Salvaging Assets and Business Prospects in the War's Immediate
Chapter 12 -- Deutsche Bank and Reestablishing Financial Flows
Chapter 13 -- Deutsche Bank and the Collapse of the Fragile World Economic
Chapter 14 -- Second Phoenix
Section III -- Renewal and Re-entry -- 1957--2000
Chapter 15 -- Divisive Issues and the Making of a New Financial Landscape
Chapter 16 -- From Abs to Kopper and from Joint Ventures to Branching
Chapter 17 -- Bankers Trust
Chapter 18 -- Postscript: Deutsche Bank in the U.S. and the Future of
Multinational Banking
Appendix I
Appendix II

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Deutsche Bank -- History.
Banks and banking -- Germany -- History.
Banks and banking, Foreign -- United States -- History.