Arthur Krebs

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Arthur Krebs was a Captain in the French military who worked with Charles Renard at Chalais-Meudon to develop the dirigible La France. (Krebs worked especially on the motor.) He graduated from L'École St.-Cyr.[1]

Krebs later left the military to become director general of engine manufacturer Société des Anciens Établissements Panhard & Levassor.[2]

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