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Part of the 1st Light Horse Regiment, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel C. H. Granville, with two squadrons of the Auckland Mounted Rifle Regiment, and one squadron from the 3rd Light Horse Brigade bivouacked for the night at Magdhaba. A convoy of supplies was ordered from El Arish to support these troops as they continued, the following morning, clearing the battlefield. The remaining 44 British Empire and 66 Ottoman Empire wounded, collected on 23 and 24 December, were taken to an Ottoman hospital within the Magdhaba fortifications, before being sent to the dressing station. From there, at 17:00 the ambulance convoy set out on its 23 miles (37 km) march to the receiving station.

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>Part of the 1st Light Horse Regiment, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel C. H. Granville, with two squadrons of the Auckland Mounted Rifle Regiment, and one squadron from the 3rd Light Horse Brigade bivouacked for the night at Magdhaba. A convoy of supplies was ordered from El Arish to support these troops as they continued, the following morning, clearing the battlefield. ⇒C. H.グランヴィル中佐の指揮する第1軽騎馬連隊の一部隊が、オークランド騎馬ライフル連隊所属の2個戦隊(中隊)および第3軽騎馬連隊所属の1個戦隊とともに、マグダバで夜間の露営をした。翌朝、これらの軍隊は戦場を掃除し続けていたので、供給必需品の輸送隊がエル・アリシュからこの軍隊を支援するよう命令された。 >The remaining 44 British Empire and 66 Ottoman Empire wounded, collected on 23 and 24 December, were taken to an Ottoman hospital within the Magdhaba fortifications, before being sent to the dressing station. From there, at 17:00 the ambulance convoy set out on its 23 miles (37 km) march to the receiving station. ⇒残存する第44大英帝国軍と第66オスマン帝国軍の負傷兵が12月23日、24日に集められて、マグダバ防備要塞の中のオスマントルコ軍病院へ運ばれ、そのあとで(英国軍の)救護舎へ送られた。(そしてまた)そこから、17時に、救急輸送隊が、受け入れ駅までの23マイル(37キロ)の行進に出ていった。

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