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The Battle of the Argeș was a battle of the Romanian Campaign of World War I. Taking place on 1 December 1916, the battle was fought along the line of the Argeș River in Romania between Austro-German forces of the Central Powers and Romanian forces. In late November 1916 Germano-Bulgarian forces under August von Mackensen crossed the Danube near Zimnicea under the cover of fog and began to march on Bucharest. The Romanians had transferred most of their forces to the Carpathians and as a result these forces had a preponderant advantage: 18 Romanian battalions and 48 artillery pieces against 40 German and Bulgarian battalions and 188 guns.

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>The Battle of the Argeș was a battle of the Romanian Campaign of World War I. Taking place on 1 December 1916, the battle was fought along the line of the Argeș River in Romania between Austro-German forces of the Central Powers and Romanian forces. ⇒「アルジェツの戦い」は、第一次世界大戦の「ルーマニア野戦」の闘争であった。戦いは1916年12月1日に起こって、中央同盟国のオーストリア‐ドイツ軍団とルーマニア軍団の間で、ルーマニアのアルジェツ川戦線に沿って行われた。 >In late November 1916 Germano-Bulgarian forces under August von Mackensen crossed the Danube near Zimnicea under the cover of fog and began to march on Bucharest. ⇒1916年11月下旬に、アウグスト・フォン・マッケンゼン将軍指揮下のドイツ‐ブルガリア軍団は、霧の覆いの下にジムニセア近くでダニューブ川を横断し、ブカレストに向かって進軍し始めた。 >The Romanians had transferred most of their forces to the Carpathians and as a result these forces had a preponderant advantage: 18 Romanian battalions and 48 artillery pieces against 40 German and Bulgarian battalions and 188 guns. ⇒ルーマニア軍は、その軍団の大部分をカルパチア山脈へ移していたので、その結果この軍隊には優勢の利点があった。すなわち、18個ルーマニア大隊および48門の大砲で、40個ドイツ・ブルガリア大隊および188丁の銃に対峙した(できた)のであった。

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