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In February 1916, the Western Frontier Force was reinforced and a British column was sent west along the coast to re-capture Sollum. Air reconnaissance discovered a Senussi encampment at Agagia, which was attacked in the Action of Agagia on 26 February. The Senussi were defeated and then intercepted by the Dorset Yeomanry who charged across open ground swept by machine-gun and rifle fire as the Senussi withdrew. The British lost half their horses and 58 of 184 men but prevented the Senussi from slipping away. Jaafar Pasha the commander of the Senussi forces on the coast was captured and Sollum was re-occupied by British forces on 14 March 1916, which concluded the coastal campaign.

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以下のとおりお答えします。セヌッシの反乱の終局について述べています。 >In February 1916, the Western Frontier Force was reinforced and a British column was sent west along the coast to re-capture Sollum. Air reconnaissance discovered a Senussi encampment at Agagia, which was attacked in the Action of Agagia on 26 February. The Senussi were defeated and then intercepted by the Dorset Yeomanry who charged across open ground swept by machine-gun and rifle fire as the Senussi withdrew. ⇒1916年2月、西部前線軍の基地は補強されて、英国軍の縦隊がソールムを再攻略するために沿岸に沿って西へ派遣された。空中偵察調査によりアガジャでセヌッシ軍野営地が発見され、2月26日に「アガジャの交戦」で攻撃された。セヌッシ軍は敗走したが、開けた大地を横切って突撃するドーセット自由農民軍によって迎撃され、退却するセヌッシ軍は機関銃やライフル砲火で一掃された。 >The British lost half their horses and 58 of 184 men but prevented the Senussi from slipping away. Jaafar Pasha the commander of the Senussi forces on the coast was captured and Sollum was re-occupied by British forces on 14 March 1916, which concluded the coastal campaign. ⇒英国軍は、保有する馬の半分と184人の兵士のうち58人を失ったが、セヌッシ軍の逃走は阻止できた。セヌッシ軍の司令官ジャーファー・パシャが捕らえられて、ソールムは英国軍により再占領された。そして、これをもって沿岸の会戦は終結した。

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