Drexel

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Constance Drexel
... Constance Drexel (ca ... that she was an heiress of the famous Drexel family of Philadelphia ...
Constance Drexel - Berlin-based Correspondent
... Drexel returned to Germany in 1939, officially to care for her ailing mother in Wiesbaden, Germany, but travelling at the expense of the German government ... invasion of Poland in September 1939, Drexel wrote feature stories for American newspapers that were ostensibly about the home life of ordinary ... She was introduced to listeners as a “world-renowned journalist and a member of the famous Drexel family of Philadelphia.” According to M ...
Constance Drexel - Family and Childhood
... Public references to Drexel’s nation of origin and pedigree were contrary to privately recorded facts ... late as the 1940s (in Nazi broadcasts), she was described as a member of the “famous Drexel family” of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, an apparent reference to the descendants of Francis Martin Drexel (who ... Yet by all accounts, including the one provided by Constance Drexel to the Bureau of Investigation in 1918, she was born in Germany late in the 19th century (man ...
Drexel - Other Uses
... Drexel Burnham Lambert, a now defunct investment bank Drexel Dragons, the athletic program of Drexel University ...
Apollo Management - History
... as Apollo Advisors, was founded in 1990, on the heels of the collapse of Drexel Burnham Lambert in February 1990 ... It was founded by Leon Black, the former head of Drexel's mergers and acquisitions department, along with other Drexel alumni ... Among the most notable founders are John Hannan, Drexel's former co-director of international finance Craig Cogut, a lawyer who worked with Drexel's high-yield division in Los Angeles and Arthur Bilger, the ...