The Zionist’s deal with Hitler

1933: Zionists sign a deal with Hitler – The Transfer Agreement

The Transfer Agreement – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Transfer Agreement: The Dramatic Story of the Pact Between the Third Reich and Jewish Palestine is a book written by author Edwin Black, documenting the agreement between Zionist Jews and Adolf Hitler to help create a Jewish state in Palestine, in return for an end of a global boycott of Nazi Germany that had threatened to bring it down in its first days of power.


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One Response to “The Zionist’s deal with Hitler”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Zionists inspired the Nazi’s 🙂

    Who spoke in a public address at a political Zionist meeting in Berlin and declared that “Germany… has too many Jews”? Was it Hitler or Goebbels? No, it was Chaim Weizman, later to become the first President of the State of Israel. This address was published in 1920, and, thus, four years before Hitler had even written Mein Kampf.

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