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Of the 146 known British Empire casualties, 22 were killed and 124 were wounded. Five officers were killed and seven wounded, and 17 other ranks were killed and 117 wounded. Included in the 146 figure, which may have been as high as 163, the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade suffered the loss of two officers and seven other ranks killed and 36 other ranks wounded. No more than 200 Ottoman soldiers escaped before the surviving garrison of between 1,242 and 1,282 men were captured. The prisoners included the 80th Regiment's commander Khadir Bey, and the 2nd and 3rd Battalions commanders, Izzat Bey, Rushti Bey among 43 officers. Over 300 Ottoman soldiers were killed; 97 were buried on the battlefield, and 40 wounded were cared for.

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>Of the 146 known British Empire casualties, 22 were killed and 124 were wounded. Five officers were killed and seven wounded, and 17 other ranks were killed and 117 wounded. Included in the 146 figure, which may have been as high as 163, the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade suffered the loss of two officers and seven other ranks killed and 36 other ranks wounded. ⇒名の知られた大英帝国軍犠牲者146人のうち、22名が死亡し、124名が負傷した。5名の将校が死亡し、7名の将校が負傷して、17名の兵卒が死亡し、ほかに117名の兵卒が負傷した。146名(名の知られた犠牲者)に含めば163名くらいに増えるかも知れないが、ニュージーランド騎馬ライフル旅団は将校2名と兵卒7名の死亡の損失を被り、ほかに36名の兵卒が負傷した。 >No more than 200 Ottoman soldiers escaped before the surviving garrison of between 1,242 and 1,282 men were captured. The prisoners included the 80th Regiment's commander Khadir Bey*, and the 2nd and 3rd Battalions commanders, Izzat Bey, Rushti Bey among 43 officers. Over 300 Ottoman soldiers were killed; 97 were buried on the battlefield, and 40 wounded were cared for. ⇒1,242人ないし1,282人の生き残り駐屯軍兵が捕縛されたが、その前に200人ばかりのオスマントルコ兵か逃亡した。囚人中には43人の将校がいたが、その中に第80連隊の指揮官クハディール・ベイ*と第2、第3大隊指揮官イザット・ベイ、ルシュチ・ベイが含まれていた。300人以上のオスマントルコ軍兵士が死亡し、そのうち97人は戦場で埋葬された。そして、40人の負傷者が看護を受けた。 *Bey「ベイ」:オスマントルコの地方長官や総督につける敬称で、Begともいう。

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