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An attack from Bernafay Wood intended for the same time, was delayed after the battalion lost direction in the rain and a gas bombardment and did not advance from the wood until 6:00 a.m. The move into Trônes Wood was nearly unopposed, the battalion reached the eastern fringe at 8:00 a.m. and sent patrols northwards. A German heavy artillery bombardment began at 12:30 p.m., on an arc from Maurepas to Bazentin le Grand and as a counter-attack loomed, the British withdrew at 3:00 p.m. to Bernafay Wood. The German counter-attack by the II Battalion, Infantry Regiment 182 from the fresh 123rd Division and parts of Reserve Infantry Regiment 38 and Reserve Infantry Regiment 51, was pressed from Maltz Horn Farm to the north end of the wood and reached the wood north of the Guillemont track.

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>An attack from Bernafay Wood intended for the same time, was delayed after the battalion lost direction in the rain and a gas bombardment and did not advance from the wood until 6:00 a.m. The move into Trônes Wood was nearly unopposed, the battalion reached the eastern fringe at 8:00 a.m. and sent patrols northwards. ⇒同じ時間にもくろんだ「バーナフェイ・ウッド」からの攻撃は、遅延してしまった。担当の大隊が、雨とガス爆撃で方向を失い、午前6時までに森から出る進軍を行わなかったからである。ただ、「トローンズ・ウッド」への移動にはほとんど抵抗がなく、大隊は午前8時に東側周辺に到着して、北方に巡視隊を派遣した。 >A German heavy artillery bombardment began at 12:30 p.m., on an arc from Maurepas to Bazentin le Grand and as a counter-attack loomed, the British withdrew at 3:00 p.m. to Bernafay Wood. The German counter-attack by the II Battalion, Infantry Regiment 182 from the fresh 123rd Division and parts of Reserve Infantry Regiment 38 and Reserve Infantry Regiment 51, was pressed from Maltz Horn Farm to the north end of the wood and reached the wood north of the Guillemont track. ⇒ドイツ軍の重砲撃が午後12時30分に始まったが、モールパからバザンタン・ル・グランへ至る円弧上で、のしかかるように迫ってくる反撃であった。英国軍は、午後3時「バーナフェイ・ウッド」に撤退した。第II大隊、第123師団からきた第182歩兵連隊、第38および第51予備歩兵連隊によるドイツの反撃は、モルツ・ホーン農場から森林の北端まで押してきて、ギルモン通路北の森に到着した。

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