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The connection lies with the Imperial Kaiserliche Marine having to play second fiddle to the Imperial German Army.
Based on period photos, the majority of Kaiserliche Marine units were issued captured Russian rifles with different variations of the all-metal S88/98 ersatz bayonets.
In 1914 the standard handgun of the Deutsches Heer (Imperial German Army) was the Pistole Parabellum, Modell 1908 (P08 Luger) while the Kaiserliche Marine (Imperial Navy) used the Pistole, Marine-Modell 1904, both chambered for the 9mm Patrone 08 (9mm Parabellum).
During the summer of 1904, while the German Imperial Army's procurement department was waiting for the submission of another Mauser pistol and had, as a consequence, postponed adoption of the Parabellum (aka "Luger" and eventually the Pistole 1908--P.08) in caliber 9x19mm, the Kaiserliche Marine commenced a series of trials.
The German base at Tsingtao was established to support its territories in the Pacific and was guarded by 4,000 troops of the Kaiserliche Marine Seebataillon.
It was a naval engagement of the First World War, fought between units of the Royal Navy and the Kaiserliche Marine (Imperial German Navy).