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The 3rd Light Horse Brigade halted at Hill 70, while the Mobile Force had reached the Hod el Bada, 14 miles (23 km) south of Romani station. At 19:30, when the New Zealand Mounted Rifle and 5th Mounted Brigades moved from the positions they had won to water and rest at Pelusium, the area was consolidated by infantry in the 127th (Manchester) Brigade, 42nd Division. Brigadier General Girdwood ordered infantry in the 7th and 8th Scottish Rifles Battalions to hold their ground on Wellington Ridge until daylight, but to keep close contact with the enemy during the night in the hope of capturing large numbers of tired and disorganised soldiers in the morning.

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>The 3rd Light Horse Brigade halted at Hill 70, while the Mobile Force had reached the Hod el Bada, 14 miles (23 km) south of Romani station. At 19:30, when the New Zealand Mounted Rifle and 5th Mounted Brigades moved from the positions they had won to water and rest at Pelusium, the area was consolidated by infantry in the 127th (Manchester) Brigade, 42nd Division. ⇒第3軽騎馬旅団はヒル70で停止したが、その間に機動部隊がロマーニ駅の14マイル(23km)南のホッド・エル・バーダに着いていた。19時30分、ニュージーランド騎馬ライフル隊と第5騎馬旅団が、水補給と休憩のために占拠したペルシアムの陣地から立ち去ったとき、その地域は第42師団、第127(マンチェスター)旅団内の歩兵連隊によって強化された。 >Brigadier General Girdwood ordered infantry in the 7th and 8th Scottish Rifles Battalions to hold their ground on Wellington Ridge until daylight, but to keep close contact with the enemy during the night in the hope of capturing large numbers of tired and disorganised soldiers in the morning. ⇒ジャードウッド准将は、第7、第8スコットランド・ライフル大隊の歩兵連隊に対して、日中までにウエリントン・リッジの陣地面を掌握するよう、ただし、夜の間敵と近めの接触を保つよう命じた。朝、疲れて無秩序になっている兵士を多数捕縛したいからであった。

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