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In many cases, supplies were rushed forward, but failed to reach the units requiring them on the firing line. At 01:00 the 1st Light Horse and the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigades led the Desert Column. Half a mile (0.80 km) from Sheikh Zowaiid, they encountered a hostile Bedouin camel patrol which was captured. At 06:15 the Auckland Mounted Rifle Regiment (New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade) was first to reach the boundary pillars on the Egyptian and Ottoman frontier, moving from the African continent onto Asia. These two brigades rode to a position from which to attack the Rafa defences, from the south, east and north. They were followed at 02:30 by the remainder of the ANZAC Mounted Division, part of the 5th Mounted Brigade, the Imperial Camel Brigade, and six Ford motor cars of the 7th Light Car Patrol.

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>In many cases, supplies were rushed forward, but failed to reach the units requiring them on the firing line. At 01:00 the 1st Light Horse and the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigades led the Desert Column. Half a mile (0.80 km) from Sheikh Zowaiid, they encountered a hostile Bedouin camel patrol which was captured. ⇒多くの場合、必需品は急を要したが、最前線でそれを必要としている部隊には届き損なっていた。午前1時に、第1軽騎馬隊とニュージーランド騎馬ライフル旅団が砂漠縦隊を先導した。彼らは、シェイク・ゾワイードから半マイル(0.8キロ)のところで敵対するベドウィン族のラクダ・パトロール隊に遭遇し、彼らを捕えた。 >At 06:15 the Auckland Mounted Rifle Regiment (New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade) was first to reach the boundary pillars on the Egyptian and Ottoman frontier, moving from the African continent onto Asia. These two brigades rode to a position from which to attack the Rafa defences, from the south, east and north. They were followed at 02:30 by the remainder of the ANZAC Mounted Division, part of the 5th Mounted Brigade, the Imperial Camel Brigade, and six Ford motor cars of the 7th Light Car Patrol. ⇒午前6時15分に、オークランド騎馬ライフル連隊(ニュージーランド騎馬ライフル旅団)は、アフリカ大陸からアジアの地へ移動して、エジプト・オスマントルコ国境の境界線要所に到達した先陣であった。これら2つの旅団が、南から東から北からラファ防衛軍を攻撃する陣地に乗り込んだ。午前2時30分、アンザック騎馬師団の残り部隊、第5騎馬旅団の一部、帝国ラクダ旅団、および第7軽車両パトロール隊の6台のフォード車などが彼らに追随した。

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