Wielding the Dagger: The Marinekorps Flandern and the German War Effort, 1914-1918

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Index
A-I class (torpedo-boats), 40, 48, 53-54, 196, 211, 230
A-II class (torpedo-boats), 78-79, 87-88, 131, 134-135, 168, 169, 196,220, 223, 230
A-1I1 class (torpedo boats), 149–150, 169,196,223
Aachen, coastal battery, 54, 202
Abteilung Hafenbau, port/supply stations repair, 28
Active (cruiser), 132
Air raids: British, 32, 46, 54, 138–140, 167,220-221, 222; German, 34
Air warfare: British attacks, 31-32, 147-148, 187, 188, 189, 205-206, 220-222, 231; German activity, 53, 66, 167
Aircraft: allotment issues, 34-35; Flanders Naval Air Station, 33-34, 35, 69, 76-77, 88-89, 167; Gruppe, 12, 221-222; II Flanders Naval Air Station, 220; reconnaissance planes, 55, 124-125
Albrecht, KorvettenKapitän, 134, 196, 197
Amazon (destroyer), 83, 84, 192
Amiens, Battle of, 229
Antwerp: Bartenbach Commission, 26-27; German seizure of, 14-15; German war aims, 96, 185; planned seizure of, 2; value of, 3
Arelhusa (cruiser), [sharpened] campaign, 64
Arnim, Gen. Sixt von, Fourth Army, 94, 112, 124, 158-160,214,228,231
Artillery: and coastal defenses, 30-31, 32, 142, 144-145, 152; MarineDivision Flandern, 10; MarineKorps Flandern, 18; Passchendaele campaign, 160; UB-I1 class, 64
Assmann, Kurt, torpedo-boat flotilla, 55, 66,69, 134, 135, 169, 196-197
Attentive (cruiser), 189, 190
Au Fait (drifter), Belgian Coastal Barrage, 68
Aurora (cruiser), attack on, 126
Austria, Brusilov offensive, 96
Bachman, Adm. Gustav: force allocation debate, 46, 47; Imperial Naval Staff, 57; V-class torpedo-boats, 55
Bacon, Adm. Reginald: Belgian Coastal Barrage, 67; blocking campaign as-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The Creation of the Marinekorps 7
  • 2: Building the Naval Bases and Fortifying the Coast 23
  • 3: The Creation of the Flanders Flotillas 39
  • 4: The Year of Transition 63
  • 5: [Fall K] 107
  • 6: The Decisive Year 123
  • 7: Endgame 183
  • Conclusion 243
  • Appendix Tables 247
  • Bibliography 251
  • Index 259
  • About the Author 269
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