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Just before 19:00, infantry in the 7th and 8th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) moved south from behind No. 23 Redoubt; the 8th Scottish Rifles advancing to within 100 yards (91 m) of the crest of Wellington Ridge, before being stopped by heavy rifle fire.When darkness put an end to the fighting, the 1st and 2nd Light Horse Brigades established an outpost line and spent the night on the battlefield, while the New Zealand Mounted Rifles and 5th Mounted Brigades withdrew for water and rations at Pelusium Station, where the newly arrived infantry brigades of the 42nd Division were assembling.

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>Just before 19:00, infantry in the 7th and 8th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) moved south from behind No. 23 Redoubt; the 8th Scottish Rifles advancing to within 100 yards (91 m) of the crest of Wellington Ridge, before being stopped by heavy rifle fire. ⇒19時直前に、第7および第8キャメロン隊(スコットランド・ライフル隊)の歩兵連隊は、23番砦の背後から南へ移動し、第8スコットランド・ライフル隊が、ライフル銃の重砲火によって止められる前に、ウエリントン・リッジ頂上の100ヤード(91m)以内まで迫った。 >When darkness put an end to the fighting, the 1st and 2nd Light Horse Brigades established an outpost line and spent the night on the battlefield, while the New Zealand Mounted Rifles and 5th Mounted Brigades withdrew for water and rations at Pelusium Station, where the newly arrived infantry brigades of the 42nd Division were assembling. ⇒暗闇によって戦いに終止符が打たれたとき、第1、第2軽騎馬旅団は最先端の戦線を確立して、戦場で夜を過ごした。一方、ニュージーランド騎馬ライフル隊と第5騎馬旅団は、水や食糧(の補給)のためにペルシアム駅へ撤退したが、そこでは新しく到着した第42師団の歩兵旅団が集まっていた。

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