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The Battle of Malka Nidzhe (Bulgarian: Боят на Малка Нидже) also known as the Battle of Gornichevo was the opening battle of the Monastir Offensive. It lasted for three days and ended in victory for the Entente forces.Early in the morning on 12 September 1916 in the Malka Nidzhe sector the Allied artillery began a preparatory artillery barrage against the two Bulgarian infantry brigades situated there. It continued, with varying intensity and accuracy, for almost the entire day.

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>The Battle of Malka Nidzhe (Bulgarian: Боят на Малка Нидже) also known as the Battle of Gornichevo was the opening battle of the Monastir Offensive. It lasted for three days and ended in victory for the Entente forces. ⇒「ゴルニチェヴォの戦い」としても知られる「マルカ・ニッツェ(ブルガリア語:Боят на Малка Нидже)の戦い」は、モナスティル攻撃の開戦の戦いであった。それは3日間続き、そして協商国軍団の勝利で終った。 >Early in the morning on 12 September 1916 in the Malka Nidzhe sector the Allied artillery began a preparatory artillery barrage against the two Bulgarian infantry brigades situated there. It continued, with varying intensity and accuracy, for almost the entire day. ⇒1916年9月12日の早朝、マルカ・ニッツェ地区で連合国砲兵隊がその地に駐留する2個のブルガリア歩兵旅団に対して予備的な集中砲火を開始した。ほとんど丸1日の間、様々な強さと正確さでそれを続けた。

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