Might want to take a look at these LINKS-
_Hitler 1889-1935; Hubris_
_Trading With The Enemy_
http://www.american-buddha.com/hig.trad ... enemy7.htm
Rockefeller The Nazi Symp
The more I read between the lines, the more it looks like WWII was a staged event that could not and indeed _would not_ have continued more than about six months except that it was profitable to industry and energizing to societies to do so.
The you effectively removed the old Colonial/Imperial European powers from existence, only to replace them with ultimately equally unstable Nationalist Republics is also suspicious because the fewer powers controlling things the more supplantive 'commercial' forces gain the power to effect extranationalist controls.
Germany had 34 critical georesources of which she ABSOLUTELY could only source 26 from outside her borders.
We sold, directly it would appear, ball bearings critically needed for our own manufacturing AFTER the famous Schweinfurt Regensburg raids which only saw the obliteration of so many Allied platforms because the Germans were alerted.
Rather than leave the Germans to rot in the desert with only dysentary for company (they literally were going nowhere) and invade Norway to take Sweden out of the iron ore and ball bearing resupply game, we stayed out of Europe altogether to piddle about in the Mediterranean, removing 'oh no, we had them last time!' Italy from the fight FULLY KNOWING that the boot was one giant mountain range that ended at an even bigger mountain range: The Alps.
We never took out the huge transformation/rectification plants whose transformer windings would amount to -tons- of irreplaceable copper.
We allowed Mexico to ship oil to the Reich well into 1943, using an American to manage their drilling companies and shell-game shifting oil south until it could be loaded on Germaan blockade runners.
Hitler used some 850 of his 930 million reichsmarks worth of gold reserve and nobody pushed hard on his oversupplied currency system to drive Germany into bankruptcy.
Despite claiming to employ everyone, as many as 2.5 million or 14% of Germany's workers were in fact out of work, and that didn't include the non-German (Communist, Slav and Jewish) people who were not only disenfranchised from work but also without unemployment insurance (yes, Germany led in that as well).
Forget the Lebensborn, Hitler -paid- to take women out of the workforce and start large families.
During the war, there is also evidence that Hitler relied heavily on Swedish and Swiss companies to source materials (diamonds from Africa via Ju-290 for instance) for which he paid premiums to the Dulles/Forrestal/Rockefeller clique.
To me, it looks an awful lot less like containing a runaway rogue 'too little, too late' and more like giving a revolutionary just enough economic rope to hang himself, with the given that you -want- WWII to happen. And are simply shaping the dates and places and materiel vulnerabilities by which the outcome is a foregone conclusion.
With this as a given, was the war run badly? Of course it was.
Hitler wanted to enter into WWII sometime between 1944 and 1946. But his baseline economy was too vulnerable and too depleted by his mass social engineering efforts (not all of which look that much different from the 'Stimulus' and 'Quantitative Easing' packages we ourselves are foolishly undertaking today I might add). Such that it becomes obvious that he could never have made it to the later warstart, even if his armaments program had gone ahead as planned rather than in competitive abaitment of fiscally responsible economic policies.
Hitler, elected on a 37% vote and the word of Hindenburg, had to stay in power to prove his system worked. He could only stay in power if he went to war, half cocked. He didn't realize how he was being strung along like a puppet. Or by whom. Bormann did. He worked for them and by 1943 was the real power in the 3rd Reich's industries as well as the Reich Evacuation Plan which took the most valuable of process patents, technologies and financial holdings offshore.
Again, just like we are seeing today with first manufacturing, then IT/Office and now R&D up for grabs.
WWII was an economic fraud far more than a strategic 3GW military failure.