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Allied fleets also played a role in coercing the Greek government to join the Allies and later supply the campaigns in Palestine and Macedonia. Although Germany was able to gain control of the Black Sea and part of the Russian fleet after the collapse of the Russian Empire, they were never able to break out into the Aegean. The German–Turkish fleet tried in 1918, but hit a minefield; the Breslau was sunk and the Goeben almost followed that fate, but the captain was able to run the ship aground and beach it before capsizing. The Goeben was not repaired until after the war. Allied fleets occupied Constantinople briefly after the Armistice of Mudros, until the new Turkish Republic under Mustafa Kemal took back control of the city in 1923. Allied ships did continue to intervene in Russia after the war ended, bringing expeditionary forces and supplies via the Mediterranean to the White armies in southern Russia.

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以下のとおりお答えします。終戦間近のころの、連合軍・同盟軍艦隊の目ぼしい活動などを拾い上げて述べています。 >Allied fleets also played a role in coercing the Greek government to join the Allies and later supply the campaigns in Palestine and Macedonia. Although Germany was able to gain control of the Black Sea and part of the Russian fleet after the collapse of the Russian Empire, they were never able to break out into the Aegean. ⇒連合艦隊はまた、ギリシャ政府に対して、連合国に参加し、その後パレスチナ・マケドニアでの野戦に(物資の)供給をするよう強制する、という役割も果たした。ドイツ軍は、ロシア帝国崩壊の後、黒海の支配権とロシア艦隊の一部を獲得できたけれども、彼らは決してエーゲ海に出没することはできなかった。 >The German–Turkish fleet tried in 1918, but hit a minefield; the Breslau was sunk and the Goeben almost followed that fate, but the captain was able to run the ship aground and beach it before capsizing. The Goeben was not repaired until after the war. ⇒1918年、ドイツ-トルコ艦隊は活動しようとしたものの、地雷原に行き当たってしまう。ブレスラウ号は沈められて、ゲーベン号もほとんど同じ運命をたどったが、しかし、船長はそれが転覆する前にビーチに乗り上げることができた。ゲーベン号は終戦後まで修理されることはなかった。 >Allied fleets occupied Constantinople briefly after the Armistice of Mudros, until the new Turkish Republic under Mustafa Kemal took back control of the city in 1923. ⇒連合艦隊は、「ムドロスの停戦」の後、1923年にムスタファ・ケマル指揮下の新しいトルコ共和国が都市の支配権を取り返すまで、しばらくの間コンスタンチノープルを占領した。 >Allied ships did continue to intervene in Russia after the war ended, bringing expeditionary forces and supplies via the Mediterranean to the White armies in southern Russia. ⇒連合国軍の船舶は、戦争が終わった後もロシアに介入し続けて、地中海経由で南部白ロシア軍に遠征軍と供給品をもたらし続けた。

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