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Chaytor, commander of the New Zealander Mounted Rifles Brigade, had been advised of the Austrian, German and Ottoman advance against Romani at 02:00. By 05:35, Lawrence at his headquarters of the Northern No. 3 Canal Defences Sector at Kantara, had been informed of the developing attack. He recognised that the main blow was falling on Romani and ordered the 5th Mounted Yeomanry Brigade at Hill 70 to move towards Mount Royston. They were led by a Composite Regiment, which moved off at once, the remainder of the brigade preparing to follow.

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>Chaytor, commander of the New Zealander Mounted Rifles Brigade, had been advised of the Austrian, German and Ottoman advance against Romani at 02:00. By 05:35, Lawrence at his headquarters of the Northern No. 3 Canal Defences Sector at Kantara, had been informed of the developing attack. ⇒ニュージーランド軍騎馬ライフル隊旅団の指揮官チェーターは、オーストリア、ドイツ、オスマントルコ軍が2時にロマーニに向って進軍してくることを知らされていた。5時35分までには、カンタラの北3番運河防衛軍部隊の本部のローレンスが、進展する攻撃について知らされていた。 >He recognised that the main blow was falling on Romani and ordered the 5th Mounted Yeomanry Brigade at Hill 70 to move towards Mount Royston. They were led by a Composite Regiment, which moved off at once, the remainder of the brigade preparing to follow. ⇒彼は、主要な打撃がロマーニに襲いかかろうとしていることを認識して、ヒル70にある第5ヨーマンリー(農民)隊にロイストン山の方へ進むよう命じた。合成連隊が彼らを先導して直ちに出発し、旅団の残りがあとに続く準備をした。

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