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To do this more effectively the German-Bulgarian detachment was ordered to take height 131, west of Staro Selo, where it would secure a staging area for the assault on the Romanian forts in Sector I (West). The defenders here were relatively well entrenched and protected by rows of barbed wire, while the attackers had to advance through an open field with their flanks exposed to fire from the Romanian monitors and some of the trenches. Romanian positions further south, around the village of Senovo, were fronted by low hills that could provide cover for advancing infantry, which prompted Colonel Kaufman to divide his detachment into three columns (commanded by Colonel Vlahov, Major von Hamerstein, and Colonel Drazhkov) and use one to attack towards Senovo while the other two supported it.

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>To do this more effectively the German-Bulgarian detachment was ordered to take height 131, west of Staro Selo, where it would secure a staging area for the assault on the Romanian forts in Sector I (West). The defenders here were relatively well entrenched and protected by rows of barbed wire, while the attackers had to advance through an open field with their flanks exposed to fire from the Romanian monitors and some of the trenches. ⇒これ(陣地の統合強化)をより効果的にするために、ドイツ‐ブルガリア軍の分遣隊は、スタロ・セロ西の131番高地を取るように命じられた。そこならルーマニア軍要塞の第I(西)区画に対する猛攻撃のための集結地域を確保できるからである。ここの守備隊は、比較的うまく塹壕にこもり、有刺鉄線の列に守られているのに対して、他方攻撃隊は、ルーマニア軍の監視台や塹壕からの発砲のためにむき出した側面に接する開いた平地を通って進軍しなければならなかった。 >Romanian positions further south, around the village of Senovo, were fronted by low hills that could provide cover for advancing infantry, which prompted Colonel Kaufman to divide his detachment into three columns (commanded by Colonel Vlahov, Major von Hamerstein, and Colonel Drazhkov) and use one to attack towards Senovo while the other two supported it. ⇒もっと南のルーマニア軍陣地セノヴォ村の周辺は、進軍する歩兵連隊に援護を提供できるような低い丘に面していた。それに誘発されて、カウフマン大佐は彼の分遣隊を3個の縦隊に分けた(指揮者はそれぞれ、ウラホフ大佐、フォン・ハメルシュタイン少佐、およびドラズコフ大佐)。そして、そのうちの1個隊をセノヴォに向って攻撃するために使い、その間他の2個隊がそれを支援するものとした。

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