August 27, 1933 between the Ministry of Economy of the Third Reich and the Zionist representatives from Palestine and Germany concluded the so-called agreement "Haavara" ( "Transfer" - in Hebrew). Under this agreement, the Jewish immigrants were allowed direct transfer of their property in Palestine, facilitate the export of goods from Germany to the Middle East. This created a gap in the boycott of German goods, which called for foreign Jews. Zionist organizations and the leadership of the Yishuv (the Jewish community in Palestine) were loyal friends of the Third Reich: pointedly did not participate in any form of protest against Germany. A German Zionists goods sold until England.