Great Naval Battle off the Coast of Jutland.- Sir David Beatty‘s squadron of eight battle-cruisers, Lion, Tiger, Princess Royal, Queen Mary, Invincible, Indefatigable, Inflexible, and New Zealand, supported by the four battleships Valiant, Warspite, Barham, and Malaya, and eight or nine armoured cruisers, attacks Vice-Admiral Hipper‘s battle-cruiser squadron west of Hantsholm Point; Sir David Beatty holds Hipper’s squadron, supported later by the German main fleet under Admiral Scheer, until Sir John Jellicoe‘s main fleet comes up, when the German Fleet retires; British lose battle cruisers Queen Mary, Indefatigable, and Invisible, cruisers Defence, Black Prince, and Warrior, and destroyers Tipperary, Turbulent, Fortune, Sparrowhawk, Ardent, Nomad, Nestor, and Shark; Germans lose two battleships, two Dreadnought battle cruisers, four light cruisers, at least nine destroyers, and a submarine. Italian withdrawal near Posina and on the Asiago Plateau. Austrian attacks in the Lagarina Valley and at the Buole Pass countered; Austrians claim capture of Monte Priafora and the town of Gallio. French progress at Mort Homme. Australian and New Zealand Mounted troops drive Turks from a post at Bir Salmana, Sinai Peninsula.