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Later on, the Ottomans officially claimed to have scored a substantial victory in further heavy fighting around Shaikh Othman and Bir Ahmad. This was a sheer invention. In January 1916, the Aden Movable Column moved out to protect some friendly troops to the east of the Aden Protectorate against Ottoman troops who had been sent to coerce them. The column located the Ottoman force near Subar, and defeated it. The general position was so unsatisfactory, however, that in April 1916, it was decided, on the suggestion of the Government of India, that ladies should not be allowed to land at Aden without receiving permission from the Commander-in-Chief in India. British Camel Battery of BLC 15 pounder guns after the capture of Hatum on 5 January 1918. Teams of four camels in two pairs are seen towing a gun and limber at left and right of picture. In the centre appears to be an ammunition limber towed by three camels. End of the campaign in South Arabia[edit] The eruption of the British-sponsored Arab Revolt in the Hejaz diverted Ottoman attention from Aden in the summer of 1916. Those Ottoman troops which remained reverted to the defensive, while the British built an eleven-mile-long defensive perimeter around Aden. They did not attempt to resecure lost territories in the hinterland, and no major fighting with the British took place after 1916. The Ottomans continued to hold territories in the protectorate until the Armistice of Mudros in October 1918 and the partition of the Ottoman Empire after the war.

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以下のとおりお答えします。英国保護領のこと、オスマントルコ軍の敗戦と戦争終結のこと、英国製の野戦用軽量砲のことなどが述べられています。 >Later on, the Ottomans officially claimed to have scored a substantial victory in further heavy fighting around Shaikh Othman and Bir Ahmad. This was a sheer invention. In January 1916, the Aden Movable Column moved out to protect some friendly troops to the east of the Aden Protectorate against Ottoman troops who had been sent to coerce them. ⇒その後、オスマントルコ軍は、シャイク・オスマンとビル・アフマド周辺でのさらに激しい戦いで実質的な勝利を得たと公式に主張した。これこそまさしく発明であった。アデン保護領の東にいくつか友好的な軍隊が駐屯していたが、オスマントルコの軍隊が彼らを抑圧しようと派兵したので、1916年1月アデンの機動縦隊がこれに対抗し、彼ら(友好軍)を保護するために出動したのであった。 >The column located the Ottoman force near Subar, and defeated it. The general position was so unsatisfactory, however, that in April 1916, it was decided, on the suggestion of the Government of India, that ladies should not be allowed to land at Aden without receiving permission from the Commander-in-Chief in India. ⇒機動縦隊はスバール近くのオスマントルコ軍を突き止めて、それを打ち破った。しかし、陣地全般がたいそう不十分な状態だったので、インドの総司令官から許可を得ずに婦人がアデンに上陸することは認められないことになり、1916年4月にインド政府の提案に即してそう決定された。 >British Camel Battery of BLC 15 pounder* guns after the capture of Hatum on 5 January 1918. Teams of four camels in two pairs are seen towing a gun and limber at left and right of picture. In the centre appears to be an ammunition limber towed by three camels. ⇒1918年1月5日のハツム攻略以降、英国軍のラクダ砲兵隊は BLC 15型のポンド砲*を装備する。写真に、2対になった4頭のラクダのチームが銃砲と前車を左右で引くのが見られる。中央にあるのは、3頭のラクダが引く弾薬用の前車と見られる。 * BLC 15 pounder:「BLC 15型のポンド砲」。英国製の野戦用軽量砲で、第1次世界大戦中の1907年-1918年頃に用いられた。詳細は次のURLをご参照下さい。 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ordnance_BLC_15-pounder >End of the campaign in South Arabia[edit] >The eruption of the British-sponsored Arab Revolt in the Hejaz diverted Ottoman attention from Aden in the summer of 1916. Those Ottoman troops which remained reverted to the defensive, while the British built an eleven-mile-long defensive perimeter around Aden. ⇒南アラビアにおける会戦の終結[編集] ヘジャズにおいて、英国軍の後援する「アラブ反乱」が勃発したことにより、1916年夏にオスマントルコ軍の注意は方向転換してアデンから外れた。残留したオスマントルコの軍隊は防御に転じた。その一方で、英国軍はアデンの周囲に長さ11マイルの防御線を張り巡らせた。 >They did not attempt to resecure lost territories in the hinterland, and no major fighting with the British took place after 1916. The Ottomans continued to hold territories in the protectorate until the Armistice of Mudros in October 1918 and the partition of the Ottoman Empire after the war. ⇒彼らは、失った後背地の奪還を試みることはなく、英国軍との大きな戦いは、1916年以後全然起こらなかった。オスマントルコ軍は、この戦いの後1918年10月の「ムドゥロスの停戦協定」およびオスマン帝国の分割まで、保護領内の領土を保持し続けた。

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