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.

Hans Adolf Krebs, The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine "for his discovery of the citric acid cycle", biochemistry, cell physiology, metabolism

Berlin-May 02, 1945 in Berlin, the Chancellery & Führerbuker Frontoviki are invested by the Red Army. They discovered the bodies of several officers, including General Hans Krebs who preferred to commit suicide rather than be captured. The corpse of the latter is exibe in the Court of Chancery. His leather boots were taken from him and his Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with oak leaf.

May 02 , 1945 in Berlin, the Chancellery and Führerbuker Frontoviki are invested by the Red Army . They discovered the bodies of several officers , including General Hans Krebs who preferred to commit.

Gen. Hans Krebs, the last wartime chief of the German army staff, arrives at a Soviet HQ to discuss terms of surrender. His offer was refused. Krebs returned to Berlin and committed suicide in Hitler's bunker on May 2, 1945.

The German general Hans Krebs arrived for negotiations and offered to make peace, but the Soviet command refused. Russians insisted on an unconditional surrender.

Infantry General Hans Krebs at Soviet HQ near Berlin on May 1, 1945. Krebs was there in an effort to negotiate the surrender of Berlin, but he was rebuffed by the Russians. Krebs, who had been appointed chief of the army on April 1st, 1945, returned to the Hitler bunker, where the Fuehrer had already committed suicide, and shot himself to death the following day, May 2, 1945.

General Hans Krebs at Soviet forces headquarters near Berlin on May

German Chief of Staff Hans Krebs at the negotiation of the surrender of Berlin

German Chief of Staff Hans Krebs at the negotiation of the surrender of Berlin

1945, Allemagne, Berlin, Procédure russe d'identification des corps des enfants Goebbels, de Joseph Goebbels et du "General der Infanterie" Hans Krebs

1945, Allemagne, Berlin, Procédure russe d'identification des corps des enfants Goebbels, de Joseph Goebbels et du "General der Infanterie" Hans Krebs

Chief of Staff Land Forces Infantry General Hans Krebs May 1 arrived at the location of Soviet troops in order to conclude an armistice . refused, a few hours later , he shot himself.

Chief of Staff Land Forces Infantry General Hans Krebs May 1 arrived at the location of Soviet troops in order to conclude an armistice .

HANS KREBS  (1888 - 1947) Ethnic German Nazi Party member and SS-Brigadeführer from Czechoslovakia. From 1938 to 1945 he was government president in Aussig, later becoming the Reichsgau Sudetenland. Krebs was executed in Prague 1947

HANS KREBS - Ethnic German Nazi Party member and SS-Brigadeführer from Czechoslovakia. From 1938 to 1945 he was government president in Aussig, later becoming the Reichsgau Sudetenland. Krebs was executed in Prague 1947

■ GdI Hans Krebs -- falleció el 03.05.1945 en Berlin.

■ GdI Hans Krebs -- falleció el 03.05.1945 en Berlin.

Die deutsche Delegation unter Generalleutnant Hans Krebs (re.) vor dem Haus Schulenburgring

Die deutsche Delegation unter Generalleutnant Hans Krebs (re.) vor dem Haus Schulenburgring

General Wilhelm Burgdorf, General Hans Krebs, Martin Borman and General Weidling in the bunker in Der Untergang

General Wilhelm Burgdorf, General Hans Krebs, Martin Borman and General Weidling in the bunker in Der Untergang

Wilhelm Burgdorf (Feb. 14, 1895 - May 2, 1945) born in Fürstenwalde and served as a Commander and Staff Officer within the German Army during the Second World War. He was one of the Officers most loyal to Adolf Hitler in the final months of the war and committed suicide in the Führerbunker along with his colleague, Chief of Staff Hans Krebs soon after the suicide of Hitler and Joseph Goebbels.

✠ Wilhelm Burgdorf February 1895 - 2 May RK Oberst Kdr Inf.Rgt 529 Infanterie-Division Committed suicide by gunshot to the head in the Fuhrer Bunker Berlin.

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