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Assisted by covering fire from its machine guns, the brigade managed to reach the first obstacles in front of the main defensive line by 10:30 am, and the infantry rushed them and the barbed wire through passages made by the pioneers under heavy fire. Half an hour later the 1/19 battalion and part of the 3/48 battalion, which were part of the brigade's right group, captured fort 6 and the trenches to the east of it. The left group was temporarily held up by Romanian fire, but by 12:30 it had driven the Romanians out of their trenches and achieved control of the main defensive line in that part of the sector.

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>Assisted by covering fire from its machine guns, the brigade managed to reach the first obstacles in front of the main defensive line by 10:30 am, and the infantry rushed them and the barbed wire through passages made by the pioneers under heavy fire. ⇒機関銃からの援護砲火の補助を得て、旅団は10時30分までに何とかして主要防御戦線前の最初の障害物に到着し、重砲火の下歩兵隊がそれに突進し、先発工兵隊によって通路を貫く有刺鉄線が敷設された。 >Half an hour later the 1/19 battalion and part of the 3/48 battalion, which were part of the brigade's right group, captured fort 6 and the trenches to the east of it. The left group was temporarily held up by Romanian fire, but by 12:30 it had driven the Romanians out of their trenches and achieved control of the main defensive line in that part of the sector. ⇒30分後、旅団右翼グループの一部であった1/19大隊および3/48大隊の一部が6番砦とその東へ通じる塹壕を占拠した。左翼グループは、ルーマニア軍の砲火のため一時的に停滞したけれども、12時30分までにはルーマニア軍を塹壕から追い出し、区画のその部分の主要な防御戦線の支配権を掌握した。

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