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General Winkler ordered the 8th Tundzha Divisions, the 1st and 3rd Brigade brigades of the 6th Bdin Division and 2nd Brigade of the 9 Pleven Division to withdraw to a new defensive position. The 1st Brigade of the 3rd Balkan Division was reorganized and its depleted 9 battalions were scaled down to 5 battalions and 4 mixed companies with 7 mountain guns and a pioneer company. .

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>General Winkler ordered the 8th Tundzha Divisions, the 1st and 3rd Brigade brigades of the 6th Bdin Division and 2nd Brigade of the 9 Pleven Division to withdraw to a new defensive position. The 1st Brigade of the 3rd Balkan Division was reorganized and its depleted 9 battalions were scaled down to 5 battalions and 4 mixed companies with 7 mountain guns and a pioneer company. ⇒ヴィンクラー将軍は、第8ツンヅハ師団、第6ブディン師団の第1および第3旅団、第9プレヴェン師団の第2旅団に対して、新しい防御陣地に引っ込むように命じた。第3バルカン師団の第1旅団は次のように再編成された。すなわち、所属の9個大隊が解体され、5個大隊と4個中隊に縮小された。そして、後者(4個中隊)は、7個の山岳銃砲中隊と1個の工兵中隊との混合によって構成された。

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