There are Nazi Jews and there are liberal Jews.
Zionist Menachem Begin became chief of the Zionist youth movement Betar in Poland.
Reportedly, Begin and his Betar members wore brown shirts and used the fascist salute. (Cached )
Hitler came to power in 1933 and he had the support of Zionist Jews.
It has been argued that Hitler may have been Jewish. (Hitler was Jewish? )
In 1933, the Zionist Federation of Germany sent a memorandum of support to the Nazi Party.
The World Zionist Organization Congress in 1933 defeated a resolution calling for action against Hitler by a vote of 240 to 43.
The World Zionist Organization 'became the principal distributor of Nazi goods throughout the Middle East and Northern Europe'. (Cached)
Both Hitler and the Zionists believed:
1. There should be a homeland for the Jews
2. Might was right.
Many German Jews disagreed with the Nazis and the Zionists. Many German Jews were liberals and they wanted to stay in Germany.
Heydrich, a leading Nazi, supported the idea of a homeland for the Jews.
Heydrich may have been Jewish (Reinhard Heydrich who masterminded the Holocaust ).
In May 1935, Reinhardt Heydrich wrote an article, 'The Visible Enemy', for Das Schwarze Korps, the SS official organ.
"The time cannot be far distant when Palestine will again be able to accept its sons who have been lost to it for over a thousand years. Our good wishes together with our official good will go with them."
(Karl Schleunes, The Twisted Road to Auschwitz, pp. 193-4 - A NAZI TRAVELS T0 PALESTINE AND TELLS ABOUT IT IN THE ASSAULT ...)
In 1934, SS officer Leopold von Mildenstein and Zionist Federation official Kurt Tuchler toured Palestine.
(Jacob Boas, "A Nazi Travels to Palestine," History Today, London, January 1980, pp. 33-38.)
Von Mildenstein wrote a series of articles for the Berlin daily Der Angriff that were printed in 1934 under the heading "A Nazi Travels to Palestine."
The articles praised the pioneering spirit and achievements of the Jews who had left Europe and settled in Palestine.
Der Angriff issued a medal, with a Swastika on one side and a Star of David on the other, to commemorate the joint SS-Zionist visit.
The official SS newspaper, Das Schwarze Korps, proclaimed its support for Zionism in a May 1935 front-page editorial:
"The time may not be too far off when Palestine will again be able to receive its sons who have been lost to it for more than a thousand years. Our good wishes, together with official goodwill, go with them."
Four months later, a similar article appeared in the SS paper.
(The Order of the Death's Head, Ballantine, 1971, 1984, p. 377. Erich Kern, ed., Verheimlichte Dokumente, Munich: FZ-Verlag, 1988, p. 184. Das Schwarze Korps, Sept. 26, 1935. Quoted in: F. Nicosia, The Third Reich and the Palestine Question,1985, pp. 56-57. Zionism and the Third Reich)
In his book The Order of the SS (1981), Professor Frederic Reider explains how the Nazi Third Reich and Zionist Haganah worked together to encourage Jews to move to Palestine. (National Medical Association).
"At the time when Eichmann took over the Sub-department IV B4 in the R.S.H.A., which had been established to settle the Jewish question, he (Eichmann) was not himself anti-Semitic.
"His functions led him to collaborate closely with the World Zionist Organisation and to make contact with the leaders of the secret Zionist organisation, Haganah.
"He even went himself to Palestine in 1937, in the company of Oberscharfuhrer S.S. Sergeant Hagen, the successor to Leopold von Midenstein, to examine the problem....
"By the end of 1939, 150,000 Austrian Jews had left, by choice, to go to live in Palestine, as had also 120,000 German Jews and 78,000 from Bohemia/Moravia. This emigration had been organised by the S.D., with Haganah’s approval, and was carried out clandestinely by boat, despite the draconian measures taken by Britain to stop it..."
Eichman also had the Madagascar Plan, whereby a national Jewish homeland would be set up in Madagascar.
Himmler and Heydrich approved, and on 18th June 1940 Hitler himself told Mussolini 'an Israeli state might be set up in Madagascar'. The project came to nothing. (National Medical Association)
Jewish historian David Cesarani, in Eichmann: His Life and Crimes, states that as a child Eichmann was persecuted because he looked Jewish.
Eichmann's stepmother had Jewish relations and Eichman associated with Jews. Eichmann learned Hebrew, visited Palestine and worked closely with Zionists preparing Jews for emigration. (eichmann was jewish hurricane katrina was a regional)
Himmler's SS cooperated with the Haganah, the Zionist underground military organization in British -run Palestine.
Reportedly, Himmler's grandfather was Jewish. (Himmler relative marries Israeli - Israel News, Ynetnews / eichmann was jewish hurricane katrina was a regional )
The German SS secretly supplied weapons to Jewish settlers for use in clashes with Palestinian Arabs. (F. Nicosia, Third Reich (1985), pp. 63-64, 105, 219-220.)