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For the duration of the battle at the Cherna Loop some 14 Bulgarian and 4 German infantry regiments participated actively in the fighting. The French and Russians achieved a breakthrough around Kenali by the end of October but were soon halted by the Bulgarians and Germans. The Italian division was also brought to the front and supported the attacks around Monastir.

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>For the duration of the battle at the Cherna Loop some 14 Bulgarian and 4 German infantry regiments participated actively in the fighting. The French and Russians achieved a breakthrough around Kenali by the end of October but were soon halted by the Bulgarians and Germans. The Italian division was also brought to the front and supported the attacks around Monastir. ⇒チェルナ川環状部における戦いの期間、およそ14個のブルガリア軍歩兵連隊と4個のドイツ軍歩兵連隊が活発に参戦した。フランス軍とロシア軍は、10月末までにケナリあたりを突破したが、まもなくブルガリア軍とドイツ軍によって停止された。イタリア軍師団もまた戦線に馳せつけて、モナスティル周辺の攻撃を支持した。

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