1917, Austria-Hungary, casualties, Col del Rosso, Germany, Great Britain, HMS Stephen Furness, Imperial German Navy, Ireland, Irish Sea, Italy, mines, Netherlands, North Sea, prisoners of war, Royal Navy, sinking, submarine, Val Bella, Val Frenzela, Valstagna
Austrian success in the Frenzela Valley, taking Val Bella and Col del Rosso, a mile nearer Valstagna; enemy claim 9,000 prisoners. Admiralty announce H.M.S. Stephen Furness torpedoed and sunk by German submarine in Irish Channel; 6 officers and 95 men lost. Three British destroyers mined or torpedoed off Dutch coast; 13 officers and 180 men lost.