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  • 9月5日までに、新たに到着した援軍の助けを借りて、守備隊は主要な防御ラインの一部を強化することができました。
  • セクターIでは、1から5の砦は、主にルーマニア第36歩兵連隊からの9.5個大隊によって守られており、ルーマニア第40、第75、第80歩兵連隊からの大隊、48および72大隊からの4個中隊も参加しています。
  • セクターIIは、攻撃が始まった後に、第74および第75連隊の4個大隊を合わせて8個大隊で補強されました。

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>By 5 September the garrison had been able to strengthen some parts of the main defensive line with the help of the newly arriving reinforcements. ⇒9月5日までに、守備隊は新たに到着した強化隊の助けによって主要な防御戦線の数か所の部分を強化することができた。 >In Sector I, forts 1 to 5 were guarded by nine and a half battalions chiefly from the Romanian 36th Infantry regiment, stiffened with battalions from the 40th, 75th and 80th infantry regiments, as well as four companies from 48th and 72nd militia battalions. ⇒第I要塞区画で1番から5番までの砦は、主としてルーマニア軍第36歩兵連隊によって守られていたが、第40、第75、および第80歩兵連隊から来た大隊が、第48、第72民兵大隊から来た4個中隊ともどもそれを強化して、(総勢)9.5個の大隊によって守られていた。 >Sector II was reinforced with 4 battalions of the 74th and 75th regiments to a total of 8 battalions, but only after the attack had started. ⇒第II要塞区画は、第74、第75連隊の4個大隊によって合計8個大軍に補強されたけれども、ただしそれは攻撃が始まった後であった。

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