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The regiments and motor cars would surround the Ottoman garrison position, gallop up under fire, then dismount to attack the defenders in their treble system of trenches and field-works around the earthwork redoubts on the knoll.The mounted units of the Desert Column involved in the attack under Chetwode's command were: ANZAC Mounted Division, commanded by Chauvel, composed of the 1st and 3rd Light Horse Brigades, the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade, and the Inverness-shire, Leicestershire and Somerset Royal Horse Artillery Territorial batteries; 1st, 2nd and 3rd Battalions Imperial Camel Corps Brigade with the Hong Kong and Singapore Mountain Battery; 5th Mounted Brigade with B Battery, Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) (18–pounders); 7th Light Car Patrol consisting of six Ford Light Armoured Motorcars (LAM) equipped with machine-guns.

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>The regiments and motor cars would surround the Ottoman garrison position, gallop up under fire, then dismount to attack the defenders in their treble system of trenches and field-works around the earthwork redoubts on the knoll.The mounted units of the Desert Column involved in the attack under Chetwode's command were: ⇒(ラファでの攻撃計画は)数個連隊と自動車班がオスマントルコ軍駐屯軍の陣地を包囲し、砲火の下をギャロップで通り抜け、それから下馬・下車して、丘上の土塁砦のまわりの塹壕や外郭陣地の三重造りの防御施設を攻撃することになっていた。チェトウォードの麾下で攻撃に関わる砂漠縦隊の騎馬部隊は、以下のとおりであった。 >ANZAC Mounted Division, commanded by Chauvel, composed of the 1st and 3rd Light Horse Brigades, the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade, and the Inverness-shire, Leicestershire and Somerset Royal Horse Artillery Territorial batteries; 1st, 2nd and 3rd Battalions Imperial Camel Corps Brigade with the Hong Kong and Singapore Mountain Battery; 5th Mounted Brigade with B Battery, Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) (18–pounders); 7th Light Car Patrol consisting of six Ford Light Armoured Motorcars (LAM) equipped with machine-guns. ⇒第1、第3軽騎馬旅団、ニュージーランド騎馬ライフル旅団とインヴァネスシャー、レスタシャーおよびサマセットの王室諸騎馬砲兵領土中隊より成る、ショーヴェル指揮下のアンザック騎馬師団。第1、第2、第3大帝国ラクダ部隊旅団と、所属の香港騎馬中隊およびシンガポール騎馬中隊。第5騎馬旅団と、所属の閣下砲兵中隊(HAC)、B歩兵中隊(18型ポンド砲)。機関銃装備の6台のフォード社製軽装甲自動車(LAM)からなる第7軽車輌パトロール隊。

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