Operation Titus II

'Titus II' was a German naval minelaying operation in the North Sea (8/9 March 1945).

Originally scheduled for implementation on 16 February by the minelayers Ostmark, Lothringen and Lira, destroyer Friedrich Ihn, and torpedo boats T 17 and T 20, the undertaking was then postponed for one day to 17 February, but then postponed again and finally implemented only on 8/9 March with the destroyer Karl Galster instead of Friedrich Ihn.