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Three battalions of the 1st South African Brigade were to attack Delville Wood, while the 1st Battalion continued as a reinforcement of the 26th and 27th brigades in Longueval. The attack at 5:00 p.m. was postponed to 7:00 p.m. and then to 5:00 a.m. on 15 July, due to the slow progress in Longueval. Brigadier-General Henry Lukin was ordered to take the wood at all costs and that his advance was to proceed, even if the 26th and 27th Brigades had not captured the north end of the village.

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>Three battalions of the 1st South African Brigade were to attack Delville Wood, while the 1st Battalion continued as a reinforcement of the 26th and 27th brigades in Longueval. The attack at 5:00 p.m. was postponed to 7:00 p.m. and then to 5:00 a.m. on 15 July, due to the slow progress in Longueval. Brigadier-General Henry Lukin was ordered to take the wood at all costs and that his advance was to proceed, even if the 26th and 27th Brigades had not captured the north end of the village. ⇒第1大隊が、ロングヴァルの第26、第27旅団のための強化役として存続する間に、第1南アフリカ旅団所属の3個大隊がデルヴィル・ウッドを攻撃することになっていた。しかし、ロングヴァル戦での進捗が遅れたことにより、午後5時の攻撃が午後7時までに、そしてさらに、7月15日の午前5時までに延期された。ヘンリー・ルーキン准将は、ぜひとも森を捕るようにと命じられ、たとえ第26、第27旅団が村の北端を攻略し得ていない場合でも、進軍を進めるよう命じられた。

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