ROTHSCHILD, NATHAN MAYER
NATHAN MAYER ROTHSCHILD (1777-1836). Rothschild, a banker, was the head of the London branch of the Rothschild banking family. He worked constantly for the defeat of the French emperor in the interests of England as well as his own financial gain. Working inconspicuously, Rothschild engineered the financial machinery needed to supply the Allies with the much needed funding to defeat the French.