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By the end of the day, Montenegrin forces were able to push back multiple attacks made by Austro-Hungarian forces, taking back control of Mojkovac and its surroundings. Lot of fighting was done hand-to-hand with fixed bayonets and knives, in knee-deep snow. On 7 January, the Austro-Hungarians launched a second attack on Montenegrin positions. The attack again failed, with heavy losses on both sides. Despite having a much stronger, larger, and better-equipped army, Austro-Hungarian forces abandoned their positions in Mojkovac on the 7th and retreated.

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>By the end of the day, Montenegrin forces were able to push back multiple attacks made by Austro-Hungarian forces, taking back control of Mojkovac and its surroundings. Lot of fighting was done hand-to-hand with fixed bayonets and knives, in knee-deep snow. ⇒その日の終りまでに、モンテネグロ軍団はオーストリア‐ハンガリー軍団によって繰り返される攻撃を押し戻して、モジコヴァックとその近郊の支配権を取り戻すことができた。戦いの多くは、膝まである雪の中で、装備銃剣とナイフでの接近戦であった。 >On 7 January, the Austro-Hungarians launched a second attack on Montenegrin positions. The attack again failed, with heavy losses on both sides. Despite having a much stronger, larger, and better-equipped army, Austro-Hungarian forces abandoned their positions in Mojkovac on the 7th and retreated. ⇒1月7日、オーストリア‐ハンガリー軍はモンテネグロ軍の陣地に対する2回目の攻撃を開始した。両陣営ともに大損失があって、攻撃は再度失敗した。より強く、大きく、優れた装備の軍隊を持つにもかかわらず、オーストリア‐ハンガリー軍団は、7日にモジコヴァックの陣地を捨てて撤退した。

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