Haavara Agreement

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The Haavara Agreement (with Hebrew Haavara meaning "transfer") was a 1933 treaty between the Zionist Federation of Germany, the Anglo-Palestine Bank (under the directive of the Jewish Agency), and the economic authorities of National Socialist Germany. The agreement was intended to promote both the emigration of German Jews and the export of German products to Palestine.

While the Haavara Agreement is sometimes mentioned to the general public, other related events, such as the 1939 Rublee-Wohlthat Agreement, are practically unknown to the general public, with for example Wikipedia not mentioning it with a word. See also World War II statements argued to support Holocaust revisionism

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