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  1. Tuccy

    Battle of the Gulf of Riga

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    The Battle of the Gulf of Riga was one of the larger operations in the Baltic during WWI. Aiming to secure the Gulf and destroy the Russian units located there, it did lead to several encounters, however the goals were thwarted by strong resistance and minefields.
  2. On this day in 1915, the Royal Navy finally managed to severely damage the stranded SMS Königsberg after deploying monitors to the treacherous waters of the Rufiji Delta. The raider, gaining fame among other things by sinking British cruiser HMS Pegasus, was abandoned by crew and scuttled by a torpedo, her guns taken ashore and used as field artillery by German army in Africa.
  3. Tuccy

    Battle of Åland Islands

    On July 2, 1915, a Russian cruiser squadron (including Oleg, Bogatyr and Novik) sent for a bombardment mission clashed in a series of running fights with German minelaying squadron off the Swedish territorial waters. Outgunned and dispersed, the German squadron split, with the minelaying cruiser SMS Albatross running aground in the Swedish waters - as such she was the only loss of the battle, as Sweden interned her until the end of the war. Grounded SMS Albatross.
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