I wouldnt believe the most powerful family in the world would have went blindly into bank rolling nazi germany, thats a hard one to digest.
Well I don't know that 1) the Rothschilds were significantly involved in bankrolling them or 2)perhaps contributed money believing that the Nazis wouldn't actually stay true to their political rhetoric once in power because the Rothschilds were so accustomed to buying politicians. The Nazis had plenty of financing from other sources and once in power were able to garner the full wealth of German industry and labor through nationalization and sympathetic industrialists.
Hitler believed that it was his very actions against international finance that led to the Western nations deciding to go to war with Germany over the Polish issue. Hitler was most certainly not a pawn to the Rothschilds. In his own mind, it was the international financiers who were the ones fighting him every step of the way as he attempted to initiate his policies. Hitler was willing to accept investment from overseas so far as it helped Germany to advance and pursue his policies, which were fundamentally nationalistic.
Everyone who wanted power was evenutually beholden to the banking powers to be, if not then they wouldnt have been bankrolled.
This is not necessarily true. What happens if one accepts the offerings from such banking powers to gain power and then pursues his own course once in power? Isn't this the exact kind of thing that might draw the ire of such a banking power? Isn't it this supposed ire that was mentioned earlier as a possible force behind the actions against Jackson, Lincoln, McKinley, JFK, etc? You don't have to be a shill for the bankers when in power. It just may not be in your best interests not to be.
There's really just not any evidence to suggest Hitler as a pawn to any international financiers. All the evidence points exactly to the opposite.