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By December, construction of the infrastructure and supply lines had sufficiently progressed to enable the British advance to recommence, during the evening of 20 December. By the following morning a mounted force had reached El Arish to find it abandoned. An Ottoman Army garrison in a strong defensive position was located at Magdhaba, some 18–30 miles (29–48 km) inland to the south east, on the Wadi el Arish. After a second night march by the Anzac Mounted Division (Australian and New Zealand Mounted Division), the attack on Magdhaba was launched by Australian, British and New Zealand troops against well-entrenched Ottoman forces defending a series of six redoubts.

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>By December, construction of the infrastructure and supply lines had sufficiently progressed to enable the British advance to recommence, during the evening of 20 December. ⇒12月までには、基盤と供給ラインの建設が十分に進捗し、12月20日夕方のうちには英国軍の進軍を再開できるようになった。 >By the following morning a mounted force had reached El Arish to find it abandoned. An Ottoman Army garrison in a strong defensive position was located at Magdhaba, some 18–30 miles (29–48 km) inland to the south east, on the Wadi el Arish. ⇒翌朝までに、騎馬軍団はエル・アリシュに着き、そこが放棄されているのを発見した。強力な防御陣地のオスマントルコ人軍駐屯軍が、内陸の南東へおよそ18–30マイル(29–48キロ)地点のワジ・エル・アリシュのマグダバに立地していた。 >After a second night march by the Anzac Mounted Division (Australian and New Zealand Mounted Division), the attack on Magdhaba was launched by Australian, British and New Zealand troops against well-entrenched Ottoman forces defending a series of six redoubts. ⇒アンザック騎兵師団(オーストラリア軍とニュージーランド軍の騎兵師団)による2回目の夜間行軍のあと、そのマグダバで、見事な塹壕にこもるオスマントルコ軍団に対する攻撃が、オーストラリア、英国およびニュージーランドの軍隊によって開始され、一連の6か所の砦を守った。

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