Max studied law and political science in Breslau, Leipzig and Berlin.
Chief executive of the corporation of the merchants of Berlin (1903-1920)
Founder of the "Deutsche Wirtschaftszeitung" (1905) and instrumental in the creation of the Berlin School of Economics.
Emissary of the Jewish community of Berlin at the Evian Conference, July 1938.
He emigrated to Great Britain in 1939 and returned to Germany in 1954.
Both MT's research and the John H. Richter collection mention that Max was a professor and died in Berlin; however each names only one of his parents.
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