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But after galloping to within a few hundred yards of the rearguard's line, they made a dismounted bayonet attack under cover of machine gun fire and the Inverness Battery. As a result, the German and Ottoman force abandoned their position, leaving 425 men and seven machine guns to be captured. But, instead of holding their ground, they drew off, and this withdrawal led to a strong German and Ottoman counterattack falling on the Canterbury Mounted Rifle Regiment. Darkness finally put an end to the battle. During the night, the Germans, Austrians and Ottomans withdrew back to Oghrantina, while the Anzac Mounted Division watered at Romani, leaving a troop of the Auckland Mounted Rifle Regiment as a listening post on the battlefield.

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>But after galloping to within a few hundred yards of the rearguard's line, they made a dismounted bayonet attack under cover of machine gun fire and the Inverness Battery. As a result, the German and Ottoman force abandoned their position, leaving 425 men and seven machine guns to be captured. ⇒しかし彼らは、後衛軍戦線内で数百ヤード足らずをギャロップで走った後、機関銃やインバーネス(スコットランド)砲兵隊の掩護射撃のもとで、下馬して銃剣攻撃を行った。結果として、ドイツ・オスマントルコ軍団は陣地を放棄し、425人の兵士と7門の機関銃を捕縛されるに任せた。 >But, instead of holding their ground, they drew off, and this withdrawal led to a strong German and Ottoman counterattack falling on the Canterbury Mounted Rifle Regiment. Darkness finally put an end to the battle. During the night, the Germans, Austrians and Ottomans withdrew back to Oghrantina, while the Anzac Mounted Division watered at Romani, leaving a troop of the Auckland Mounted Rifle Regiment as a listening post on the battlefield. ⇒しかし、彼らは陣地面を保持する代りに、(保持しないで)そこから撤退したが、この退却が、カンタベリー騎馬ライフル連隊に降りかかる強烈なドイツ・オスマントルコ軍の反撃を引き起こした。暗闇が訪れたことでようやく戦いが終りになった。夜の間に、ドイツ、オーストリアおよびオスマントルコ軍はオグランチナまで後退し、一方アンザック騎馬師団は、戦場の見張り陣としてオークランド騎馬ライフル連隊(のみ)を残して、ロマーニで給水した。

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