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Overnight Below ordered the garrison of Fricourt to withdraw; on the south bank reinforcements had been scraped up to occupy the second line, which had stopped the advance of the French Sixth Army but General von Pannewitz, commander of the XVII Corps, was allowed to withdraw from Assevillers and Herbécourt to the third position, on the east side of the Flaucourt Plateau. The power of the French attack, particularly the firepower of French artillery had been a surprise; 109 guns had been lost on the north bank along with all of the 121st Division artillery on the south bank.

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>Overnight Below ordered the garrison of Fricourt to withdraw; on the south bank reinforcements had been scraped up to occupy the second line, which had stopped the advance of the French Sixth Army but General von Pannewitz, commander of the XVII Corps, was allowed to withdraw from Assevillers and Herbécourt to the third position, on the east side of the Flaucourt Plateau. The power of the French attack, particularly the firepower of French artillery had been a surprise; 109 guns had been lost on the north bank along with all of the 121st Division artillery on the south bank. ⇒フリクールの守備隊は、一晩で撤退するようにという命令下にあった。南岸では、第2戦線を占拠するために増援隊がかき集められた。そしてそれはフランス第六方面軍の進軍を止めたが、第XVII軍団の指揮官フォン・パネヴィッツ将軍は、アセヴィエールおよびヘルベクールからフロークール台地東の第3陣地まで撤退することを許された。(ドイツ軍にとって)フランス軍の攻撃力、特にフランス砲兵隊の火力は脅威的であった。北岸で109丁の銃が失われ、それとともに、南岸では第121砲兵師団の全ての銃砲が失われた。

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