World convention of "Blau-Weiss" youth in Danzig in late 1924. First row from left to right: 2-Levi Eshkol (Shkolnik), 4-Abba Hu
"Blau-Weiss" was one of the first youth movements established in Europe at the turn of the 20th century. It expounded a Zionist-nationalist ideology, and from its establishment in 1912 until its liquidation in the 1930s, it dealt, amongst other things, with training for the establishment of settlements in Palestine. Some of its members subsequently became Zionist leaders.