Hans Krebs is born March 4, 1898 in Helmstedt, Duchy of Brunswick, German Empire.
He is a German Army general of infantry who served during World War II.
Krebs is a career soldier, serving in the Reichswehr and the Wehrmacht. He serves as the last Chief of Staff of the OKH during the final phase of the war (1 April to 1 May 1945). Krebs tries to open surrender negotiations with the Red Army.
He commits suicide in the Führerbunker during the early hours of May 2, 1945 in Berlin, Nazi Germany
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