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The construction of the railway and a water pipeline soon enabled an infantry division to join the light horse and mounted rifle brigades at Romani. During the heat of summer, regular mounted patrols and reconnaissance were carried out from their base at Romani, while the infantry constructed an extensive series of defensive redoubts. On 19 July, the advance of a large German, Austrian and Ottoman force across the northern Sinai was reported. From 20 July until the battle began, the Australian 1st and 2nd Light Horse Brigades took turns pushing out to clash with the advancing hostile column.

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>The construction of the railway and a water pipeline soon enabled an infantry division to join the light horse and mounted rifle brigades at Romani. During the heat of summer, regular mounted patrols and reconnaissance were carried out from their base at Romani, while the infantry constructed an extensive series of defensive redoubts. ⇒ロマーニでの鉄道と水道管の建設によって、歩兵師団がすぐに軽騎馬隊と騎馬ライフル旅団に加わることが可能になった。夏の灼熱の間は、歩兵連隊が広範囲に連らなる防御砦を造る間、正規の騎馬隊のパトロールと偵察は、ロマーニの基地から行われた。 >On 19 July, the advance of a large German, Austrian and Ottoman force across the northern Sinai was reported. From 20 July until the battle began, the Australian 1st and 2nd Light Horse Brigades took turns pushing out to clash with the advancing hostile column. ⇒7月19日に、北シナイを渡る大規模なドイツ軍、オーストリア軍およびオスマントルコ軍の進軍が報告された。戦いが7月20日から始まるまで、オーストラリア軍第1、第2軽騎馬旅団は、進軍する敵対縦隊と衝突する際、交替に突き進んだ。

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