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German reinforcements were distributed piecemeal, the III Battalion, Infantry Regiment 186 being sent in the evening to relieve Reserve Infantry Regiment 111, near Mametz, where they were killed or captured along with the remnants of Reserve Infantry Regiment 111. At 5:10 p.m. the 26th Reserve Division ordered Reserve Infantry Regiment 110 to withdraw through La Boisselle and Infantry Regiment 180 to defend Ovillers at all costs and Below issued a secret order forbidding voluntary retirements. Infantry Regiment Lehr of the 3rd Guards Division, was sent to reinforce the defence of Ovillers and Pozières. The new position was held by elements of six divisions and attached troops, who were organised into groups, led by the corps commanders, General von Quast on the south bank, General von Gossler on the north bank from the Somme to the Albert–Bapaume road and General von Stein from the road to Gommecourt; the 183rd Division was sent from the Sixth Army as an additional reinforcement.

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ドイツ軍の増援部隊は細切れにされて配属された、第三大隊、186連隊は夕刻に、メッツ近辺で、予備歩兵111連隊で死傷や捕虜にならず生き残ったものと交代するため送られていた。午後5時10分、第26予備師団は予備歩兵110連隊に対しラ・ボワセルを通って撤退するように、そして歩兵180連隊にはウービレを全力で防衛するよう命令し、また、ベローには辞任を禁ずることを内密に指令した。 第3国民軍師団のルール歩兵連隊がウービレやポゼールの防衛増強のため送られた。 新たな体制は、6個師団とその付属部隊となり、軍団司令官の指揮する集団に編制され、ソンムからアルベール・バピューメ街道の南地区はフォン・クワスト将軍、北地区はフォン・ゴセラー将軍が指揮した。街道からゴメクーレにかけてはフォン・シュタイン将軍が指揮した。 第183師団が追加増強部隊として第六軍から派遣された。

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