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Meanwhile, the battalions of the Imperial Camel Brigade, continued their advance over the flat ground for 900 yards (820 m), section by section, covering fire provided by each section in turn. By 12:00 all brigades were hotly engaged, as the 3rd Light Horse Brigade's 10th Light Horse Regiment continued their sweep round the garrison's right flank. An hour later, the right of the Imperial Camel Brigade battalions had advanced to reach the 1st Light Horse Brigade and 55 minutes afterwards, fierce fighting was beginning to make an impact on the Ottoman garrison.

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>Meanwhile, the battalions of the Imperial Camel Brigade, continued their advance over the flat ground for 900 yards (820 m), section by section, covering fire provided by each section in turn. By 12:00 all brigades were hotly engaged, as the 3rd Light Horse Brigade's 10th Light Horse Regiment continued their sweep round the garrison's right flank. ⇒一方、帝国ラクダ旅団の大隊は、各々の分隊より提供される掩護射撃を得つつ、900ヤード(820m)の平地を順次分隊ごとに進軍し続けた。12時ごろ、第3軽騎馬旅団の第10軽騎馬連隊が駐屯軍の右側面付近で一掃攻撃を続けたので、すべての旅団が激しい会戦に加わった。 >An hour later, the right of the Imperial Camel Brigade battalions had advanced to reach the 1st Light Horse Brigade and 55 minutes afterwards, fierce fighting was beginning to make an impact on the Ottoman garrison. ⇒1時間後に、帝国ラクダ旅団大隊の右翼が進軍して第1軽騎馬旅団に追いつき、そしてその55分後にはオスマントルコ軍要塞に対して一大衝撃となる激戦が始まろうとしていた。

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