“An official who helped the Nazi regime frame the anti-Jewish Nuremberg Laws reinvented himself after World War II “as a spymaster, diplomat and kingmaker” and “played a key role” in the development of Israel’s nuclear program, according to a British newspaper report.”
“Hans Globke was a senior civil servant in the Nazi-era interior ministry and was centrally involved in the interpretation and implementation of the Nuremberg race laws, as well as contributing to the “Jewish code” that was enforced in Slovakia, the Times of London said.”
““In 1936, he wrote an infamous legal commentary on the Nuremberg race laws,” and his guidebook “became ubiquitous in Nazi Germany’s courtrooms,” offering “many harsh interpretations of the rules.””
“Yet, the Times noted, Globke managed to reinvent himself after the war, to the point where he “had a distinguished cast of anti-Nazis lining up to testify under oath that he had been an instrumental figure in the resistance against Hitler.””
“Hans Globke […] later helped prepare secret $5.5b loan for development of Dimona reactor, Times of London reveals”.