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The retiring force was pursued by the Anzac Mounted Division between 6 and 9 August, during which the Ottomans and Germans forces fought a number of strong rearguard actions against the advancing Australian light horse, British yeomanry and New Zealand mounted rifle brigades. The pursuit ended on 12 August, when the German and Ottoman force abandoned their base at Bir el Abd and retreated back to El Arish.

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>The retiring force was pursued by the Anzac Mounted Division between 6 and 9 August, during which the Ottomans and Germans forces fought a number of strong rearguard actions against the advancing Australian light horse, British yeomanry and New Zealand mounted rifle brigades. The pursuit ended on 12 August, when the German and Ottoman force abandoned their base at Bir el Abd and retreated back to El Arish. ⇒8月6日と9日の間、退去する軍団がアンザック騎兵師団によって追求された。その間オスマントルコとドイツの軍団は、進軍するオーストラリアの軽騎馬隊、英国軍ヨーマンリー(農民)隊およびニュージーランド軍騎馬ライフル隊旅団に対抗して、数回にわたる強烈な後衛戦を戦った。ドイツとオスマントルコの軍団がビル・エル・アブドの基地を放棄して、エル・アリシュへ退却した8月12日、追跡は終った。

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