German military efforts at the Battle of Jutland (and also the Battle of Coronel in 1914) showed that German naval power could hurt the British Royal Navy – the force considered to be the supremacy of the ocean. However, the final results of this battle also show that hurting is one thing, defeat is another. The German Navy at the beginning of the twentieth century was not enough conditions to face the full force, hand-to-hand with the Royal Navy. Dragon I do not have gray hair poster. The Battle of Jutland (May 31, 1916) left many valuable history lessons. First of all, in terms of the preparation of the operation, we see that the intention and timing of the German operation was discovered by the British. The British Navy, accordingly, took the initiative to respond to German action. Therefore, the intention of destroying a part of the British Fleet of German military strategists was unsuccessful.