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From the crest of the spur, the Gloucestershire squadron shot down the horse teams of an Austrian, German or Ottoman battery of pack guns concentrated in the hollow behind the spur, and the attacking force began to surrender. The New Zealand Mounted Rifle and 5th Mounted Brigades were supported by leading infantry battalions of the 127th (Manchester) Brigade (which had just arrived) when Ottoman and German soldiers began to surrender en masse. At about 18:00, 500 prisoners, two machine guns and the pack battery were captured, and the outer flank of the attacking force was completely routed.

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>From the crest of the spur, the Gloucestershire squadron shot down the horse teams of an Austrian, German or Ottoman battery of pack guns concentrated in the hollow behind the spur, and the attacking force began to surrender. ⇒グロスターシア大隊は、突堤(防砂堤)のうしろの窪地に集結したオーストリア・ドイツ軍の騎馬団あるいはオスマントルコ軍の銃砲団を突堤の頂上から撃ち倒したので、攻撃隊は降伏し始めた。 >The New Zealand Mounted Rifle and 5th Mounted Brigades were supported by leading infantry battalions of the 127th (Manchester) Brigade (which had just arrived) when Ottoman and German soldiers began to surrender en masse. At about 18:00, 500 prisoners, two machine guns and the pack battery were captured, and the outer flank of the attacking force was completely routed. ⇒オスマントルコ・ドイツ軍の兵士が大挙して降伏し始めたとき、ニュージーランド騎馬ライフル隊と第5騎馬旅団は、(ちょうど到着したばかりの)第127(マンチェスター)旅団の主導する歩兵大隊の支援を受けていた。18時頃、500人の囚人、2丁の機関銃、砲車一式が捕えられ、攻撃隊の外側面は完全に打ち破られた。

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