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At the Affair of Wadi Majid, the Senussi were defeated again but were able to withdraw to the west. Air reconnaissance found more Senussi encampments at Halazin, which was attacked on 23 January, in the Affair of Halazin. The Senussi fell back skilfully and then attempted to envelop the British, who were pushed back on the flanks as the centre advanced and defeated the main body of Senussi, who were again able to withdraw. The WFF advanced along the coast from Mersa Matruh to Sidi Barrani, to re-capture Sollum on the Libyan–Egyptian frontier but as a deception it was rumoured that the WFF was about to retreat from Mersa Matruh.

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>At the Affair of Wadi Majid, the Senussi were defeated again but were able to withdraw to the west. Air reconnaissance found more Senussi encampments at Halazin, which was attacked on 23 January, in the Affair of Halazin. ⇒「ワジ・マジッドの事件」で、サヌーシーは再び破れたが西へ退却することができた。航空偵察調査により、ハラジンで多くのサヌーシー野営地が発見されたので、それは1月23日に「ハラジンの事件」で攻撃された。 >The Senussi fell back skilfully and then attempted to envelop the British, who were pushed back on the flanks as the centre advanced and defeated the main body of Senussi, who were again able to withdraw. ⇒サヌーシーはたくみに後退して英国軍を包囲しようとしたが、英国軍の中央部隊が進軍したので、サヌーシーは側面に押し戻されて、本体が破れたが、彼らは再び逃れて退去することができた。 >The WFF advanced along the coast from Mersa Matruh to Sidi Barrani, to re-capture Sollum on the Libyan–Egyptian frontier but as a deception it was rumoured that the WFF was about to retreat from Mersa Matruh. ⇒WFF(西欧国境域軍団)が、メルサ・マトルーフからスィディ・バラニまで海岸に沿って進軍し、リビア–エジプト国境のソルムを奪還したが、偽装工作として、WFFがメルサ・マトルーフから撤退しようとしているとの噂が流れた。

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