Hans Globke (Globke)( Prussian officer, who wrote the official commentary to the law, which places the German Jews out germanskogo Society)
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Globke, Hans (Globke), (1898-1973), Prussian officer, who wrote the official commentary to the law, which places the German Jews out germanskogo Society. Born in Aachen, the son of cloth merchant. He studied law and in the beginning of 1925 began serving as Deputy Commissioner of Police in his hometown. In 1929 became the administrative adviser to the Prussian Minister of the Interior, and the end of 30-ies. led the management of the Ministry of Citizenship. A skilled organizer, Globke served Hitler with the same loyalty and prudence, which he demonstrated while working during the Weimar Republic. Although Globke was never a member of the NSDAP, he was accused of that played a major role in creating anti-Jewish legislation in the Third Reich.
. After 2-nd World War, Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, as a firm opponent of Nazism, he left Globke the post of State Secretary Office from 1953 to 1963 and dismissed five petitions Globke resignation
. Nevertheless, the campaign against Globke continued. In eastern Germany, a court convicted him in absentia in the fact that he was a key figure in the campaign against the Jews and sentenced him to life imprisonment. A few months later Globke left his post in the Office. Adenauer argued that the involvement Globke was nothing more than "an impartial interpretation of the racial laws" and that he had to actually find a way to soften the blow of the bill ". Globke retired in 1963 and moved to Switzerland, but kept the house in Bonn.