✠ Hans Krebs (March 4th, 1898 - May 1st, 1945) Committed suicide in the Führerbunker. RK 26.03.1944 Generalleutnant Chef d. Gen.St. HGr. Mitte 20.02.1945 [749. EL] General der Infanterie Chef d. Gen.St. HGr. B
Sir Hans Adolf Krebs (25 August 1900 – 22 November 1981) was a British physician and biochemist. He was awarded the 1953 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
Начальник генерального штаба генерал Кребс, прибывший для переговоров.
Now grow again one, around the table from left to right: Generalfeldmarschall Walter Model (Oberbefehlshaber Heeresgruppe B), Generalleutnant Siegfried Westphal (Chef des Generalstabes Oberbefehlshaber West), Generalfeldmarschall Gerd von Rundstedt (Oberbefehlshaber West), and General der Infanterie Hans Krebs (Chef des Generalstabes Heeresgruppe B)
Walter Model "The Lion of Defence" / "Firefighter of the east"
General Hans Krebs at Soviet forces headquarters near Berlin on May 1, 1945.
The despair. Chief of Staff of the wrecked German Army, General Hans Krebs arrives at the Soviet Army headquarters in Berlin on May 1, 1945. Krebs shot himself later that day.
Medaglia e certificato del premio Nobel per la medicina vinto da Hans Krebs per la scoperta del ciclo di reazioni metaboliche con cui si produce energia nelle cellule 1953 £275,000
1945, Allemagne, Berlin, Procédure russe d'identification des corps des enfants Goebbels, de Joseph Goebbels et du "General der Infanterie" Hans Krebs
Wilhelm Emanuel Burgdorf (15 February 1895 – 2 May 1945) was a German general. Born in Fürstenwalde, Burgdorf served as a commander and staff officer in the German Army during World War II. On 2 May, following the earlier suicides of Hitler and Goebbels, Burgdorf and his colleague Chief of Staff Hans Krebs committed suicide by gunshot to the head.