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During the night of 5/6 August, infantry in the 155th (South Scottish) Brigade and 157th (Highland Light Infantry) Brigade were at Abu Hamra, the 127th (Manchester) Brigade (42nd Division) at Hod el Enna, the 125th (Lancashire Fusiliers) Brigade (42nd Division) on its left in touch with the 156th (Scottish Rifles) Brigade, (52nd Division) which had its left on Redoubt No. 21. The next morning, infantry in the 42nd Division was ordered to advance eastwards at 04:00 and occupy a line from Bir el Mamluk to Bir Katia, while the 52nd (Lowland) Division was to advance from Abu Hamra and prolong the infantry line of the 42nd Division to the north-east.

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>During the night of 5/6 August, infantry in the 155th (South Scottish) Brigade and 157th (Highland Light Infantry) Brigade were at Abu Hamra, the 127th (Manchester) Brigade (42nd Division) at Hod el Enna, the 125th (Lancashire Fusiliers) Brigade (42nd Division) on its left in touch with the 156th (Scottish Rifles) Brigade, (52nd Division) which had its left on Redoubt No. 21. ⇒8月5/6日の夜間、第155(南スコットランド)旅団の歩兵連隊と第157(ハイランド軽歩兵)旅団はアブ・ハムラにあり、第127(マンチェスター)旅団(第42師団)はホッド・エル・エンナにあり、第125(ランカシャー火打石銃兵)旅団(第42師団)はその左翼にあって、21番砦区域の左翼を受け持つ第156(スコットランド・ライフル隊)旅団(第52師団)と接触していた。 >The next morning, infantry in the 42nd Division was ordered to advance eastwards at 04:00 and occupy a line from Bir el Mamluk to Bir Katia, while the 52nd (Lowland) Division was to advance from Abu Hamra and prolong the infantry line of the 42nd Division to the north-east. ⇒翌朝、第42師団の歩兵連隊は、4時に東方へ進軍して、ビル・エル・マムルクからビル・カーチャへの戦線を占有するよう命じられた。一方、第52(ローランド)師団はアブ・ハムラから進軍して、第42師団の歩兵連隊の戦線を北東に長く引き伸ばすよう命じられた。

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