| Worldwar |
POD: June 5, 1942
|Appearance(s):|| Striking the Balance|
Homeward Bound (posthumous reference)
|Type of Appearance:||Direct (POV SC through A)|
|Date of Death:||Unknown|
|Occupation:||Soldier, Tank-driver, Astronaut|
|Children:||Heinrich Drucker (b. 1949); Claudia Drucker (b. 1952); Adolf Drucker (b. 1954)|
|Affiliations:||Nazi Party, German Wehrmacht, German Reich Rocket Force|
Drucker served as a panzer driver during World War II and during the Race Invasion. He was placed under Heinrich Jäger's command near the end of the war, even helping to liberate Jäger from the Gestapo. By the time the Race's Colonization Fleet reached Earth in 1962, Drucker had transferred to the Reich Rocket Force at Peenemünde. When his wife Käthe was accused of having a Jewish grandmother, the Druckers received support from Reich Rocket Force commander Walter Dornberger.
During the Race-German War of 1965, Drucker attacked the Race ship that held Jonathan Yeager, who was there visting the Race-raised human Kassquit for "research" purpsoed. He was captured and taken aboard, where he met Yeager. Drucker asked Yeager where his ancestors were from, thinking that he might be a distant relative of Heinrich Jäger. Drucker was transferred back to the devastated Reich, where he began the process of searching for his family. He entered into a brief alliance with Jewish resistance fighter, Mordechai Anielewicz, who was also searching for his family. They were able to forge a temporary bond when they realized that they had both known Heinrich Jäger.
In the aftermath of the war, Drucker learned about the news of US President Earl Warren for his role in destroying the Colonization Fleet and his subsequent suicide; Drucker commented on Warren's death and believed such a thing would never occur in the German Reich.
Drucker would eventually become the Reich's Minister of Air and Space when Germany eventually revealed that she once again possessed such weapons. One of Drucker's sons also rose high in the German military and was committed to the resistance against the Race.