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The 38th Division relieved the 7th Division, which had lost 3,824 casualties since 1 July. On the left, the 23rd Division of III Corps attacked as a flank support and took part of Horseshoe Trench, until forced out by a counter-attack at 10:00 a.m. At 6:00 p.m. another attack over the open, took Horseshoe Trench and Lincoln Redoubt; ground was gained to the east but contact with the 17th Division was not gained at Shelter Alley.

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第38師団は、7月1日以来3.824名の損害を出している第7師団 と交代した。左翼で、第三軍団第23師団が側面支援と馬蹄型塹壕の保持のため攻撃したが、朝10時に反撃を受けて引き退った。午後6時、別の攻撃が行われて馬蹄型塹壕とリンカーン砦を奪った。地上では東側は奪回し第17師団と接触できたが、狭い地下壕までは奪還できなかった。

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