The Danish Straits and German Naval Power 1905 1918.
Edited for the Militärgeschichtliches Forschungsamt (Research Institute for Military History) by Michael Epkenhans and Gerhard P. Groß , VI, 189 S. ,16,90 Euro, ISBN 978-3-941571-11-2
Potsdamer Schriften zur Militärgeschichte, Band 13
Michael Epkenhans, born 1955, head of the research department of the Military History Research Institute (MGFA) in Potsdam.
Gerhard P. Groß, born 1958, research associate of the Military History Research Institute (MGFA) in Potsdam.
With contributions by Gunnar Åselius, Hans Branner, Michael H. Clemmesen, Camilla M.B. Christensen, Jens Ole Christensen, Hans Ehlert, Michael Epkenhans, Gerhard P. Groß, Willem Klinkert, Andrew Lambert, Werner Rahn and Alexander Rindfleisch
This volume highlights the role of Denmark as well as the interests of the Great Powers in the Baltic before and during World War I. Based on thorough research, it sheds a new light on old problems from different perspectives.
- Hans Ehlert, Introduction
- Michael Epkenhans, Germany and Denmark before 1914
- Camilla M.B. Christensen, Strategy Perceptions and the Danish Defence Debate, 1902-1909
- Jens Ole Christensen, The Lütken talks between the Danish Government and General Moltke
- Andrew Lambert, The German North Sea Islands, the Kiel Canal and the Danish Narrows in Royal Navy Thinking and Planning, 1905-1918
- Alexander Rindfleisch, The Question of Danish Neutrality
- Werner Rahn, The Naval War in the Baltic, 1914-1918. A German Perspective
- Hans Branner, The August 1914 mine-laying crisis
- Michael H. Clemmesen, The Danish Navy. Expectations, realities and adjustments, 1909-1918
- Gunnar Åselius, Sweden and the Baltic Approaches, 1905-1918
- Willem Klinkert, Threatened neutrality: Holland between the German Army and the British Navy
- Gerhard P. Groß, German Plans to occupy Denmark, »Case J« 1916-1918
- Michael H. Clemmesen, The army in positional defence against the developing political reality