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Albert helped to finance the Vienna tournaments of 1873, 1882, 1898, 1903) and 1908.
In 1917, aged six, and recovering from peritonitis at Ferrières, Jacqueline de Rothschild (1911-2012) was taught chess by her nurse. Later in life, Jacqueline went on to play successfully at tournament level and in 1963 staged the first Piatigorsky Cup, an international grand master event, in which figures of the stature of Fischer, Kasparov and Korchnoi have played.
In 1961, Monique de Rothschild (b.1925) formed a 40-strong pack of staghounds, the 'Futaie des amis' to hunt in the Forest of Compiegne.
Not only did she become the only female master of the hunt in France but was honoured as a Lieutenant de Louveterie, a title dating back to the time of Charlemagne.
Chess In 1880s Vienna, chess was a popular pastime.
A newspaper of the time credits much of this popularity to the President of the City's Chess Club between 1872-1883, Albert von Rothschild (1844-1911) 'one of the strongest players in Vienna' with whom even experienced Masters feared crossing swords.
Louis von Rothschild (1882-1955) was on his way to a match in Italy in March 1938 when his passport was confiscated by the Nazis at Vienna airport, a prelude to his arrest and imprisonment.
Certainly, there is no doubt that the pleasures of the hunt were enjoyed by all of Nathan Mayer's four sons.
The House of Rothschild returned to Frankfurt last week.
The world-famous Jewish banking family has set up shop, after an absence of 88 years, in the city where its financial empire originated nearly 200 years ago, now West Germany’s financial center.
In 1842, Mayer became Master of the Staghounds which hunted regularly on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The enthusiasm passed on to the next generation, Leopold (1845-1917) at Ascott and Nathaniel, 1st Lord Rothschild (1840-1915), in particular enjoying the hunt.