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The Battle of Koprukoy was part of the Caucasus Campaign during World War I between the Russian Empire and the Ottoman Empire, and occurred as the Russians were advancing to Erzurum. The Russians achieved total surprise and broke through the Ottoman defenses, sending the Third Army retreating towards Erzurum. The Third Army was well positioned. There were two lines of defenses, carefully positioned to take advantage of the terrain, with wire obstacles to impede the attackers covered by machine guns backed up by artillery. The weakness of the position was a lack of reserves to deal with a break-through by the Russian Army.

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以下のとおりお答えします。 コプルコイの戦い(ロシア軍vsオスマントルコ軍)について述べています。 >The Battle of Koprukoy was part of the Caucasus Campaign during World War I between the Russian Empire and the Ottoman Empire, and occurred as the Russians were advancing to Erzurum. The Russians achieved total surprise and broke through the Ottoman defenses, sending the Third Army retreating towards Erzurum. ⇒コプルコイの戦いは、第一次世界大戦の間にロシア帝国とオスマン帝国の間で交されたコーカサス山脈会戦の一部であり、ロシア軍がエルズルムに進軍していった際に勃発した。ロシア人は完全な急襲を達成し、エルズルム方面へ戻る第3方面軍を差し向けてオスマントルコ軍の防衛線を突破した。 >The Third Army was well positioned. There were two lines of defenses, carefully positioned to take advantage of the terrain, with wire obstacles to impede the attackers covered by machine guns backed up by artillery. The weakness of the position was a lack of reserves to deal with a break-through by the Russian Army. ⇒第3方面軍は、陣地の立地状況がよかった。砲兵隊の後方支援を受けた機銃攻撃兵を妨げるために有刺鉄線の障壁を設け、地勢上の利点を得るために慎重に位置取りをした2本の防衛線があった。陣地の(唯一の)弱さは、ロシア軍隊の突破に対峙する予備軍の欠如であった。

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