Theodor Drexler was a Catholic bishop and rector of the Santa Maria dell'Anima church in Rome.
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Drexler met with Luigi Donati and Gabriel Allon, whom Donati introduced as Shmuel Rubenstein. Donati told Drexler that he needed access to the papers of Bishop Alöis Hudal; Drexler resisted until Donati pressed the point using the authority of Pope Paul VII. Drexler opened the archives for the two men. Gabriel found a record that Erich Radek had arrived at the Anima in 1948 and was issued an identity document in the name of Otto Krebs. "Krebs" acquired a Red Cross passport and travelled to Syria.
After Donati and Gabriel left, Drexler had Gabriel followed. He then called Ludwig Vogel in Vienna.