Kapitänleutnant Karl Galster (born 29 March 1886 Berlin, died 25 March 1916) was a German naval officer killed in World War I.
Galster was the Son of Admiral Karl Galster (snr) and joined the German Navy as a cadet in 1904 He was promoted to Kapitänleutnant n 1914 and commanded a torpedo boat
He was commander of Torpedo Boat S22 and died when she was sunk in action with the Royal Navy. His ship responded to a raid on Sylt by a Royal Navy force comprising the seaplanes launched from the seaplane carrier HMS Vindex and destroyers. The S22 was ordered to intercept the British squadron and struck a mine at Coordinates: . The S22 split in half and 17 crew members were rescued. Galster went down with his ship.
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