2. After the French Revolution, which dramatically changed the political conditions on the entire European continent, there were nation-states in the modern sense, business operations which required much larger capital and credit, than those princes had ever requested the court Jews provide them with. Only the combined wealth wealthy strata of the Western European and Central European Jewry, a confidant to some the largest Jewish bankers for the appropriate purposes, could be sufficient to meet the new government requirements increased. During this period, the privileges that were given before the court only to Jews, are available to a wider group of wealthy Jews, who were able to settle in the XVIII century in the major urban and financial centers. Finally, came the emancipation of all fully developed nation-states. She was prevented only in the countries where the Jews because of their number and the general backwardness of the regions have not been able to organize a special separate group, whose economic function was to be funded by their governments.