Gustav von Senden-Bibran
Gustav Freiherr Baron von Senden-Bibran 23 July 1847, Reisicht, Lower Silesia, Germany – 23 November 1909 in Berlin was an admiral of the German Imperial Navy His father was a Silesian landowner who had served in the Austro-Hungarian Cavalry He entered the Prussian Navy at age 15, never married, and dedicated his life to building a strong German Navy
After service in the Franco-Prussian War, from 1871 to 1874 Senden-Bibran attended the post-graduate Naval War College, the Marineakademie, along with the future admiral and colleague Otto von Diederichs
Senden-Bibran was stationed in China, Japan and the South Pacific, the Mediterranean and Constantinople After a cruise around the world 1881–83 he was given more important commands at home
He became Naval Adjutant or aide to Kaiser Wilhelm II 1888, and, in 1889, Chief of the German Imperial Naval Cabinet In both positions he was very valuable for his ability to explain technical matters in a manner that the Kaiser could understand In 1892, he became Rear Admiral and 1899, finally, Vice Admiral
Senden-Bibran often came into strong conflict with army and civilian leaders over his naval building plans, but he often won his goals with the support of Kaiser Wilhelm II, who "had nothing but the navy in his head" He made no secret of his goal of building a navy which would wrest world economic and political power from the British He was accused of having "delusions of grandeur" and little knowledge of the realities of world politics and power His period of greatest influence was in the 1890, lessening after the triumph of Tirpitz He was something of a "naval Éminence grise" to the Kaiser, with whom he had a standing appointment to meet on Tuesday mornings, either in Berlin or Potsdam
His power waned after the appointment of Admiral Tirpitz to the Imperial Naval Office in 1897, partly because he took the losing pro-cruiser side in the debate within the government and for the Kaiser's ear over whether Germany should build a cruiser fleet or a great battleship fleet
In the controversy over where Germany should seek a base in the Far East, Senden-Bibran preferred Chusan, an island in the mouth of Hangzhou Bay
He retired from the Naval Cabinet in 1906 in favor of Georg Alexander von Müller
In 1903 he was made full Admiral and Adjutant General to the Kaiser He died in 1909
Order of Saint John Bailiwick of Brandenburg Der Johanniterorden
Order of the Black Eagle
Grand Cross of Order of the Red Eagle with oak leaves and swords
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- The Kaiser and His Court: Wilhelm II and the Government of Germany by John C G Röhl; Translated byTerence F Cole, Cambridge University Press; 288 pages
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- Hildebrand, Hans; Henriot, Ernest 1990 P — Z Deutschlands Admirale : 1849-1945 : die militärischen Werdegänge der See-, Ingenieur-, Sanitäts-, Waffen- und Verwaltungsoffiziere im Admiralsrang in German 3 Osnabrück: Biblio-Verl pp 329–330 ISBN 3764814993
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