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As a result, Kress von Kressenstein was able to extricate most of his troops and heavy guns from the immediate battle area during the day. Although it has been stated that "British reserves hammered" the Germans and Ottomans to a halt on 5 August, it appears one of the infantry divisions was reluctant to leave their defences; neither infantry division were trained in desert warfare and found the sand dunes extremely difficult to negotiate. They could not match the pace and endurance of the well-trained German and Ottoman force and were hampered by water supply problems.

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>As a result, Kress von Kressenstein was able to extricate most of his troops and heavy guns from the immediate battle area during the day. Although it has been stated that "British reserves hammered" the Germans and Ottomans to a halt on 5 August, it appears one of the infantry divisions was reluctant to leave their defences; neither infantry division were trained in desert warfare and found the sand dunes extremely difficult to negotiate. ⇒結果として、クレス・フォン・クレッセンシュタインは、彼の軍隊や重砲隊のほとんどを直接の戦闘地域からその日のうちに救い出すことができた。8月5日にドイツ・オスマントルコ軍を「英国の予備軍が攻め立てて」停止させたと述べられたけれども、それは歩兵師団のうちの1つが、守備隊から離れることを渋ったようなのである。歩兵師団も砂漠での戦闘を訓練されていなかったので、砂丘に対処するのは極めて困難であることが分かった。 >They could not match the pace and endurance of the well-trained German and Ottoman force and were hampered by water supply problems. ⇒彼らは、よく訓練されているドイツ・オスマントルコの軍団のペースと持続に合わせられなかったし、給水などの問題によっても身動きを妨げられた。

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