Not quite. It really came down to a question of how and to what extent Germany and Hitler would share the spoils of the desired victories. Germany acted without consulting supposed allies and rarely contributed to their effectiveness, withholding knowledge of radar for over a year from the Italian Navy for instance. It was not for nothing that most countries found disadvantage in being a German ally in WWII. Norman Rich, in his two volumes on Hitler's War Aims, established how virtually every German ally would have been reduced to vassal status in the end. For many, it came sooner.