The only place where a Jewish state should have been created after WWII, is the only country responsible for the genocide of the Jews: Germany. It would have been easy to create a Jewish state in one of the German provinces and the whole world would have supported the idea instead of stealing the land of Palestinians who had no responsibility at all in the Genocide.
Max Isodor Bodenheimer participated at the 1st Zionist Congress and was elected to be a member of the Inner Actions Committee. In 1898 he visited Palestine as a member of the delegation which accompanied Herzl to meet the German Emperor, Wilhelm II. Bodenheimer took part in the Zionist Congresses, helped to write the constitution of the Zionist movement and the Jewish National Fund (JNF), and was the chairman of the Board of Directors of the JNF in Germany. When the First World War broke out, he moved the JNF offices from Cologne to The Hague.
It seems like he was the author of the conception of the establishment of the League of East European States — a German client state with autonomous Jewish cooperation, later referred also as Judeopolonia.