Odilo Globocnik
Fictional Character
In the Presence of Mine Enemies
POD: c. 1940
Type of Appearance: Direct
Nationality: Germany
Date of Birth: 1950s
Date of Death: 2011
Cause of Death: Beaten to death by an angry mob
Occupation: Soldier, Politician
Political Party: Nazi Party
Political Office(s): High Commissioner of Ostland Affairs,
Führer of the Greater German Reich (acting)

Odilo Globocnik (1950s - June 2011) was the High Commissioner of Ostland Affairs for the Greater German Reich. In 2011, he was briefly installed as Acting Führer of the Reich by the State Committee for the Salvation of the Greater German Reich, overseen by Reichsführer-SS Lothar Prützmann. He held the office for roughly 24 hours.

When Prützmann launched a Putsch against reformer Heinz Buckliger in 2011, Globocnik was installed as the new Führer while Buckliger was placed under house arrest. However, the Putsch failed a few days later when rumors circulated that Prützmann was a Jew and the Wehrmacht moved to support Buckliger. Prützmann committed suicide; Globocnik attempted it, but was too nervous, and failed. When Globocnik attempted surrender himself, a crowd of Berliners rushed forward, beat him to death, and hung his body upside down from a tree.

Globocnik's brief term was marked generally by disdain and derision from the German people. As Willi Dorsch put it, "Who the hell pays attention to the Odilo Globocniks of the world?" The only televised speech Globocnik made was incoherent, and the only person who demonstrated any faith in Globocnik was Lothar Prützmann. His name was not widely known to the general public before his installation. Government officials, such as Dorsch, knew that he'd been caught driving drunk months before the Putsch.

Political offices
(In the Presence of Mine Enemies)
Preceded by
Heinz Buckliger
Führer of the Greater German Reich (acting)
June 2011 (for about 24 hours)
Succeeded by
Heinz Buckliger