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In the south, the South Africans recovered some ground because the Germans had made limited withdrawals ready for counter-attacks in other areas. A German bombardment during the night became intense at sunrise and c. 400 shells per minute fell into Longueval and the wood, along with heavy rain, which filled shell-craters. At 3:15 p.m., German infantry attacked Longueval and the wood from the east, north and north-east. Reserve Infantry Regiment 107 attacked westwards along the Ginchy–Longueval road, towards the 3rd South African Regiment, which was dug in along the eastern fringe of the wood, which commanded Ginchy. The German infantry were cut down by small-arms fire as soon as they advanced and no more attempts were made to advance beyond the intermediate line.

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>In the south, the South Africans recovered some ground because the Germans had made limited withdrawals ready for counter-attacks in other areas. A German bombardment during the night became intense at sunrise and c. 400 shells per minute fell into Longueval and the wood, along with heavy rain, which filled shell-craters. At 3:15 p.m., German infantry attacked Longueval and the wood from the east, north and north-east. ⇒(森の)南部では、ドイツ軍が他の地域を反撃用にあてるべく退却地を限定したので、南アフリカ軍は若干の地面を回復した。夜間のドイツ軍の爆撃は、日の出とともに激しくなり、1分につき400発ほどの砲弾がロングヴァルと森に豪雨の如く降り、砲弾クレーターがいっぱいできた。午後3時15分、ドイツ歩兵連隊は、東、北、北東からロングヴァルと森を攻撃した。 >Reserve Infantry Regiment 107 attacked westwards along the Ginchy–Longueval road, towards the 3rd South African Regiment, which was dug in along the eastern fringe of the wood, which commanded Ginchy. The German infantry were cut down by small-arms fire as soon as they advanced and no more attempts were made to advance beyond the intermediate line. ⇒第107予備歩兵連隊は、ギンチー–ロングヴァル道沿いを西へ向って、つまり森の東端に沿って塹壕に入り、ギンチーを指揮している第3南アフリカ連隊の方へ向って、進撃した。彼らが進軍するや否や、その小銃砲火によってドイツ歩兵連隊は削減されたので、もはや中間線を越えてその先まで進軍することは試みられなかった。

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