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On the right flank of the salient driven into the German second position, Delville Wood and the north end of Longueval gave a covered approach for German troops attacking from Flers and made attacks from the British line south of Waterlot Farm vulnerable to enfilade fire. At dawn the farm was attacked by one company, later reinforced by two 4th South African Regiment companies, which eventually captured the farm but German artillery-fire prevented consolidation until 17 July.

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以下のとおりお答えします。構文どおりに訳すと日本語になりませんので、かなり大胆に意訳しました。(誤訳の説はどうぞ悪しからず。) >On the right flank of the salient driven into the German second position, Delville Wood and the north end of Longueval gave a covered approach for German troops attacking from Flers and made attacks from the British line south of Waterlot Farm vulnerable to enfilade fire. ⇒ドイツ軍の第2陣地にされた突出部の右側面で、ドイツ軍隊としてはフレールから攻撃に打って出るのに、デルヴィル・ウッドとロングヴァル北端という保全された通路を得た。そういうことで、縦射攻撃されると弱いワーテルロー農場南の英国戦線から(ドイツ軍は)攻撃をしかけたのである。 >At dawn the farm was attacked by one company, later reinforced by two 4th South African Regiment companies, which eventually captured the farm but German artillery-fire prevented consolidation until 17 July. ⇒明け方、農場は1個中隊によって攻撃されたが、その後に第4南アフリカ連隊2個中隊による補強を得て、それによって何とか農場を留めた。しかし、ドイツ軍の大砲砲火によって、強化は7月17日まで難航した。

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