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The Battle of Kondoa Irangi was a battle of the East African Campaign of World War I.Following successes at the battles of Latema Nek and Kahe, Entente forces under the overall command of General Jan Smuts continued their advance southwards into German East Africa. By April 17, 1916, General Van Deventer's 2nd Division had reached the vicinity of the town of Kondoa Irangi - where they made contact with a unit of German Schutztruppe. The 2nd Division succeeded in pushing the enemy back, and captured the town on April 19. Entente casualties were minimal, whilst 20 Askari and 4 Germans were killed and 30 Askaris captured. Also found were 80 modern rifles with ammunition and a large herd of cattle. Despite low casualties, Van Deventer told the high command that the 2nd Division was exhausted and would be unable to continue the advance for some time.

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>The Battle of Kondoa Irangi was a battle of the East African Campaign of World War I.Following successes at the battles of Latema Nek and Kahe, Entente forces under the overall command of General Jan Smuts continued their advance southwards into German East Africa. ⇒「コンドア・イランジの戦い」は、第一次世界大戦中の「東アフリカ野戦」のうちの一戦闘であった。「ラテマ・ネックの戦い」や「カーヘの戦い」での成功に続いて、協商国軍団はジャン・スマッツ将軍の総括指揮の下で、ドイツ領東アフリカへの進軍を続けた。 >By April 17, 1916, General Van Deventer's 2nd Division had reached the vicinity of the town of Kondoa Irangi - where they made contact with a unit of German Schutztruppe. The 2nd Division succeeded in pushing the enemy back, and captured the town on April 19. ⇒1916年4月17日までに、ヴァン・デーヴェンター将軍の第2師団はコンドア・イランジの町の周辺に到着し、― そこで彼らは、ドイツ軍の植民地保護隊の部隊と接触した。第2師団は敵を押し戻すことに成功し、4月19日に町を占領した。 >Entente casualties were minimal, whilst 20 Askari and 4 Germans were killed and 30 Askaris captured. Also found were 80 modern rifles with ammunition and a large herd of cattle. Despite low casualties, Van Deventer told the high command that the 2nd Division was exhausted and would be unable to continue the advance for some time. ⇒協商国軍団の犠牲は最小限であったが、他方アスカリ(現地アフリカ人警官)20人とドイツ人4人が死亡し、30人のアスカリが捕らえられた。弾薬付きの最新式ライフル80丁と牛の大群も見つけられた。少数犠牲にもかかわらず、ヴァン・デーヴェンターは、第2師団が疲弊してしまったので、しばらくの間は進軍を続けることができないだろう、と最高司令部に伝えた。

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