Rothschild is the name of a Jewish international and multigenerational family banking conglomerate. The Rothchild origins lie with Meyer Amschel Rothschild. He learned that loaning money to governments and kings was much more profitable than loaning to private individuals. Not only were the loans bigger, but they were secured by the nation’s taxes. Meyer Rothschild instructed his five sons, Amschel, Salomon, Nathan, Karl and Jakob, in the secret techniques of money creation and manipulation. As they came of age, he sent them to the major capitals of Europe to open branch offices of the family banking business. Amschel, stayed in Frankfurt, Salomon was sent to Vienna, Nathan to London, Karl to Naples, and Jakob to Paris. All became astute bankers with Nathan exhibiting a superior affinity for manipulating the banking system. In 1815 at the close of the Battle of Waterloo Nathan Rothschild managed the ultimate insider trading operation that multiplied his already vast fortune and bought control of the British economy. The Rothschild name is synonymous with multinational conglomerates and had already formed a cartel between Karl Wittgenstein’s steel works at Kladno and its own steel works at Wittkowitz. This controlled the iron and steel output of central Europe in the 19th century.