Albrecht, Conrad, born 07-10-1880 in Bremen, entered the Kaiserliche Marine, Imperial German Navy on 01-10-1899, age 18, as a sea-cadet, He served his training at the School ship “Stosch”. From 04-04-1900 until 30-09-1901 he followed some courses at the Marine School. Transferred to the Line Ship “Kaiser Wilhelm II” and promoted to Leutnant zur See on 17-09-1902 and to Oberleutnant zur See on 17-05-1904 and served as a Korvettenkapitän and commander of a torpedo boat the G-108, in the flotilla in Flanders during the first war. As Kapitänleutnant and commander of the line ship “Pommern” on 01-10-1911 transferred to the Destroyer Service as commander following on the S 142, S 143, S 84 and S 138. He ends the war as Chief of the Destroyer Fleet “Flandern” from 16-01-1917 and as Admiral staff Officer with the Staff of the Marine Station “Ostsee” from 01-11-1938. After the war Albrecht was promoted to Vizeadmiral and commander of the Reichsmarine Baltic Sea command. He maintained this office until 1938, as its area of command was expanded. Assigned as Marinegruppen Commander East and in this position on 01-11-1918 promoted to Generaladmiral. On 01-09-1939 Albrecht led the operations of the Kriegsmarine during the Invasion of Poland. World War II was started by the cruiser Schlewig Holstein under Kaptitän zur See, Gustav Kleikamp
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