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Contents<> List of Maps Dates, Times, and Names Acknowledgments 1. Submarine UC-58, Tagga Bay, 28 September 1917 2. The Strategic Importance of the Baltic Islands 3. The Decision to Mount Operation Albion 4. The Islands and Their Defenses 5. The Invasion 6. OEsel, 1213 October 1917: The Central Island 7. OEsel, 1216 October 1917: The Island's Ends 8. The Capture of Moon and Dagoe Islands 9. The Naval Battle for the Baltic Islands 10. Conclusion 11. Epilogue Appendix: A Word on Sources Notes Bibliography Index
A Selection of the History Book Club and Military Book Club
Michael B. Barrett is Professor of History at the Citadel and Brigadier General (retired), U.S. Army Reserve. He lives in Charleston, South Carolina.
"A campaign relatively unknown even in the field of military history, Albion was quite significant in dictating events on the Eastern Front in World War I. It features a sea battle between German dreadnoughts and a Russian battleship; the use of aircraft and zeppelins; and an attack and dramatic stand by bicycle troops. And Michael Barrett writes very well, indeed." Malcolm Muir, Jr., author of The Human Tradition in the World War II Era