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The Battle of the Crna bend was a two-month-long battle between the Bulgarian and Entente armies. The battle took place in the Macedonian Front during the First World War Allied Monastir Offensive in October and November 1916. After extremely heavy fighting and severe casualties on both sides, the Bulgarians retreated from Bitola on the 19 November and took positions at 5 km to the north defeating all later attacks from there. However, the Entente entry in Bitola had no strategic value.

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>The Battle of the Crna bend (→Bend) was a two-month-long battle between the Bulgarian and Entente armies. The battle took place in the Macedonian Front during the First World War Allied Monastir Offensive in October and November 1916. →「クルナ・ベンドの戦い」は、ブルガリア軍と協商国軍の間の、長期2か月の戦いであった。戦いは、第一次世界大戦の間の1916年10月と11月、マケドニア前線における連合国軍によるモナスティル攻撃で勃発した。 >After extremely heavy fighting and severe casualties on both sides, the Bulgarians retreated from Bitola on the 19 November and took positions at 5 km to the north defeating all later attacks from there. However, the Entente entry in Bitola had no strategic value. ⇒両軍ともに、大変な激戦と深刻な犠牲者の輩出の後、ブルガリア軍は11月19日にビトラから退却して、北へ5キロの地点に陣地を構え、以後そこからの出撃はすべて(敵を)打ち破った。ただし、協商国軍はビトラへの侵入に戦略的な価値を置いていなかった。

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