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The Germans sprung a surprise on the Canadians by exploding four large mines under trenches of the 2nd Canadian Division covering the spur at the eastern outskirts of the ruins of Hooge and a company of the Canadian 28th (North West) Battalion was wiped out in the explosions. The Canadians managed to hold their position and prevent the Germans from reaching their support line but Byng ultimately decided to leave the Hooge trenches in German hands and to concentrate on regaining Mount Sorrel and Tor Top. To dissuade the Germans from more attacks on the left flank of the Canadian Corps, the dismounted British 2nd Cavalry Brigade came on loan to the Canadian Corps as a counter-attack force.

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>The Germans sprung a surprise on the Canadians by exploding four large mines under trenches of the 2nd Canadian Division covering the spur at the eastern outskirts of the ruins of Hooge and a company of the Canadian 28th (North West) Battalion was wiped out in the explosions. ⇒ドイツ軍は、フージェ廃墟の東周辺で突出部を守っている第2カナダ師団の塹壕の下で、4つの大きな爆弾を爆発させることによってカナダ軍を急襲したので、カナダ第28(北西)大隊のうちの1個中隊が爆発で吹き飛ばされた。 >The Canadians managed to hold their position and prevent the Germans from reaching their support line but Byng ultimately decided to leave the Hooge trenches in German hands and to concentrate on regaining Mount Sorrel and Tor Top. To dissuade the Germans from more attacks on the left flank of the Canadian Corps, the dismounted British 2nd Cavalry Brigade came on loan to the Canadian Corps as a counter-attack force. ⇒カナダ軍は何とか彼らの陣地を保持して、ドイツ軍が彼らの支持戦線に達するのを防ぐことができたが、ビングは最終的に、フージェ塹壕をドイツ軍の手に残して、ソレル山とトル・トップを奪回することに集中しようと意を決した。ドイツ軍がカナダ軍団の左側面に対してさらなる攻撃を仕かけるのを思い留まらせるために、下馬した英国軍の第2騎兵隊を貸し出す形で、彼らが反撃軍団としてカナダ軍団の加勢にやって来た。

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