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The British experimented with new techniques in gas warfare, machine-gun bombardment and tank–infantry co-operation, as the German defenders on the Somme front struggled to withstand the preponderance of men and material fielded by the Anglo–French, despite reorganisation and substantial reinforcement of troops, artillery and aircraft from Verdun. September became the month most costly in casualties for the German armies on the Somme.

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>The British experimented with new techniques in gas warfare, machine-gun bombardment and tank–infantry co-operation, as the German defenders on the Somme front struggled to withstand the preponderance of men and material fielded by the Anglo–French, despite reorganisation and substantial reinforcement of troops, artillery and aircraft from Verdun. September became the month most costly in casualties for the German armies on the Somme. ⇒ソンム前線上のドイツ軍守備隊の、軍隊、大砲、およびヴェルダンからの航空機の再編成と実質的強化にもかかわらず、英仏軍の受け返す兵も戦闘用素材も(それより)優勢だった。ドイツ軍がそれに抵抗すべく奮闘努力するので、英国軍は、毒ガス戦、機関銃爆撃、戦車–歩兵連隊の協力という、さらに新しい技術を実験した。9月は、ソンムのドイツ方面軍にとって犠牲者が最も高くつく月になった。

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