hans krebs

Hans Krebs (National Socialist)

Hans Krebs (26 April 1888 - 15 February 1947) was a member of the Nazi Party in Sudetenland.

Born in the Austrian Empire in the ancient frontier town Iglau between Moravia and Bohemia which would become the second largest German-speaking enclave of the Germans in Czechoslovakia (1918-1938), he became the editor of the Iglauer Volkswehr newspaper. Having joined the nationalist movement early, he along with Rudolf Jung and Hans Knirsch was one of the few original National Socialists to remain in the party after 1933.

Krebs was executed by the Czechoslovak government in Prague.


  • Kampf in Böhmen, (Berlin: Volk und Reich Verlag, 1936)
  • Wir Sudetendeutsche, (Berlin: Runge, 1937).


  • Karl Vietz, Ein Leben Für die Freiheit, in H. C. Kaergel, Ein Sudetendeutscher, pg 145.

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