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Under the terms of the Chantilly Agreement of December 1915 Russia, France, Great Britain and Italy were committed to simultaneous attacks against the Central Powers in the summer of 1916. Russia felt the need to lend troops to fight in France and Salonika (against her own wishes), and to attack on the Eastern Front, in the hope of obtaining munitions from Britain and France. The Lake Naroch Offensive was launched at the request of France, in the hope that the Germans would transfer more units to the East after their attack on Verdun. Nicholas II acceded to the French request, choosing the Lake Narach area in what is now the Republic of Belarus because there the Imperial Russian Army had a significant numerical superiority over the German forces under the command of General Eichhorn.

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以下のとおりお答えします。東部前線での、フランスとロシア間の協定等について述べています。 >Under the terms of the Chantilly Agreement of December 1915 Russia, France, Great Britain and Italy were committed to simultaneous attacks against the Central Powers in the summer of 1916. Russia felt the need to lend troops to fight in France and Salonika (against her own wishes), and to attack on the Eastern Front, in the hope of obtaining munitions from Britain and France. ⇒1915年12月の「シャンティイー協定」の条件下で、ロシア、フランス、英国、およびイタリアが、1916年夏に同盟国への同時攻撃を(かけるという)約束した。それでロシアは、(自国の希望に反して)フランスやサロニカで戦うために、また英国やフランスから軍需品を得るという希望があって、東部前線での攻撃のために軍隊を供与する必要があると感じていた。 >The Lake Naroch Offensive was launched at the request of France, in the hope that the Germans would transfer more units to the East after their attack on Verdun. Nicholas II acceded to the French request, choosing the Lake Narach area in what is now the Republic of Belarus because there the Imperial Russian Army had a significant numerical superiority over the German forces under the command of General Eichhorn. ⇒「ナロッチ湖攻撃」はフランスの要請で始まったが、それはドイツ軍がヴェルダンへの攻撃の後により多くの部隊を東部前線に転送するだろうと見込んだからであった。ニコラス2世はフランスの要請に同意し、今日のベラルーシ共和国であるナロッチ湖地域(で闘うこと)を選んだ。というのも、その地域では、アイヒホルン将軍指揮下のドイツ軍に比してロシア帝国軍隊がかなりの数的優勢を持っていたからであった。

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