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Don Pacifico

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Published by Vallentine Mitchell .
Written in English


  • European history: c 1750 to c 1900,
  • Jewish Studies,
  • Violence in society,
  • Greece,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages280
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11606033M
ISBN 100853037639
ISBN 109780853037637

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  And so, in the interest in telling the complete history of this region, I've decided to tell some of the story of this first family--the Ontiveros family. The source of this information is a well-researched book called The Ranchos of Don Pacifico Ontiveros by a woman named Virginia Carpenter, who is quickly becoming my favorite Orange County Author: Bookmachine. David Pacifico, known as Don Pacifico (? – 12 April ), was a Portuguese Jewish merchant and diplomat. He was considered a British subject by birth and was the central figure in the Anglo-Greek dispute of , known as the Don Pacifico Affair Biography Early life. Pacifico was a Sephardic.   This book reconstructs the events of the Don Pacifico Affair, which was sparked in when an anti-Semitic mob in Athens, Greece, attacked the house of one David Pacifico.   Hugh Ambrose was a noted historian and was a consultant on the documentary Price for Peace, for which Steven Spielberg and Stephen Ambrose were the Executive was a consultant to his father on his books, and served as the historical consultant on HBO®'s The Pacific miniseries. Ambrose was also the former vice president of the National WWII Museum and led /5().

Don Pacifico: The Acceptable Face of Gunboat Diplomacy by Derek Taylor and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   In this book, the leading Conservative Party backbench MP and Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg celebrates the Victorian age as a “period of moral certainty, of success”, and, above all, an age of faith. “Sadly,” however, he laments, “society these days has so little faith in anything.” We live in an age of “cynicism and decline”, of “moral relativism”, our faith in our country. The Don Pacifico Affair concerned a Portuguese Jew, named David Pacifico (known as Don Pacifico), who was a trader and the Portuguese consul in Athens during the reign of King co was born in Gibraltar, a British possession. He was therefore a British an antisemitic mob that included the sons of a government minister vandalised and plundered Don Pacifico's home in. The house of Don Pacifico, president of the Jewish community in Athens, was looted by a mob in April The riot was government-inspired and the courts were crooked. There was little chance of getting the large compensation Pacifico claimed - until Palmerston, the British Foreign Secretary, became involved in a totally justifiable piece of.