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The defending commander of the Ottoman garrison in Medina Fahreddin Pasha was besieged by Arab forces but tenaciously he defended the holy city. Fahreddin Pasha not only had to defend Medina but also protect the single-track narrow gauge Hejaz Railway from sabotage attacks by T. E. Lawrence and his Arab forces, on which his entire logistics depended.[7] Turkish garrisons of the isolated small train stations withstood the continuous night attacks and secured the tracks against increasing number of sabotages (around 130 major attacks in 1917 and hundreds in 1918 including exploding more than 300 bombs on 30 April 1918). Fahreddin Pasha With the resignation of the Ottoman Empire from the war with the Armistice of Mudros between Ottoman Empire and Entente on 30 October 1918, it was expected that Fahreddin Pasha would also surrender. He refused and did not surrender even after the end of the war despite pleas from the Ottoman Sultan. He held the city until 72 days after the end of the war. After the Armistice of Moudros the closest Ottoman unit was 1300 km (808 miles) away from Medina.

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>The defending commander of the Ottoman garrison in Medina Fahreddin Pasha was besieged by Arab forces but tenaciously he defended the holy city. Fahreddin Pasha not only had to defend Medina but also protect the single-track narrow gauge Hejaz Railway from sabotage attacks by T. E. Lawrence and his Arab forces, on which his entire logistics depended.[7] Turkish garrisons of the isolated small train stations withstood the continuous night attacks and secured the tracks against increasing number of sabotages (around 130 major attacks in 1917 and hundreds in 1918 including exploding more than 300 bombs on 30 April 1918). ⇒メディナのオスマントルコ駐屯軍の防衛指揮官ファレディン・パシャは、アラブ軍隊によって取り囲まれたが、ねばり強く聖都を守った。ファレディン・パシャは、メディナを守らなねばならなかっただけでなく、T. E.ロレンスとアラブ軍の破壊活動攻撃から、全兵站部が依存する単線狭軌のヘジャズ鉄道を保護せねばならなかった。〔7〕 孤立した小さい駅のトルコ駐屯軍は、連続の夜襲に耐えて、数々の破壊工作から鉄道路線を守った。(1917年の約130回、1918年の数百回に及ぶ大規模な攻撃と、1918年4月30日の300発以上の爆弾爆発を含む)。 >Fahreddin Pasha With the resignation of the Ottoman Empire from the war with the Armistice of Mudros between Ottoman Empire and Entente on 30 October 1918, it was expected that Fahreddin Pasha would also surrender. He refused and did not surrender even after the end of the war despite pleas from the Ottoman Sultan. He held the city until 72 days after the end of the war. After the Armistice of Moudros the closest Ottoman unit was 1300 km (808 miles) away from Medina. ⇒ファレディン・パシャ 1918年10月30日の、オスマン帝国と協商国間の「ムドロスの休戦」後のオスマン帝国の服従で、ファレディン・パシャも降伏すると予想された。しかし彼はそれを拒絶して、オスマントルコ人スルタンからの嘆願にもかかわらず、戦争終結後でさえ降伏しなかった。彼は、戦争終結後72日間都市を占拠した。「ムドロスの休戦」の後は、最も近いオスマントルコ軍部隊でもメディナから1300キロ(808マイル)離れていた。

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