|Born||14 July 1887|
|Died||13 February 1915(aged 27)|
|Place of birth||Posen, Prussia|
|Place of death||North Sea|
|Buried at||(Coordinates: )|
|Commands held||SMS V25|
Korvettenkapitän Paul Jacobi (14 July 1887 – 13 February 1915) was a German Naval officer killed during World War I. He commanded the 8th Torpedo boat half flotilla and was killed when his ship, Torpedoboot V25 hit a British mine in the North Sea. The German World War II destroyer Z5 was named Paul Jacobi in his honour.
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