Georges Hébert (27 April 1875 – 2 August 1957) was a pioneering French physical educator, theorist and instructor.
Hébert was born in Paris. While an officer in the French Navy prior to the First World War, Hébert was stationed in the town of St. Pierre, Martinique. In 1902 the town fell victim to a catastrophic volcanic eruption. Hebert coordinated the escape and rescue of some seven ... more »
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