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By 07:00 a patrol of the Wellington Mounted Rifles had cut the telegraph line running east from Rafa towards Shellal and Gaza, isolating the Rafa garrison, Chauvel had reconnoitred the El Magruntein defences and the British Empire horse artillery batteries had begun firing on the redoubts at El Magruntein. Just after 08:00 the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade circled northwards, moving into position for their attacks on the C4 and C5 groups of redoubts and trenches, while the 1st Light Horse Brigade moved into position to attack the C3, C2 and C1 groups. After these objectives were captured, the two brigades were to attack the central redoubt. Meanwhile, three battalions of the Imperial Camel Brigade were ordered to attack the D group of fortifications. The 3rd Light Horse Brigade formed the ANZAC Mounted Division's reserve.

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>By 07:00 a patrol of the Wellington Mounted Rifles had cut the telegraph line running east from Rafa towards Shellal and Gaza, isolating the Rafa garrison, Chauvel had reconnoitred the El Magruntein defences and the British Empire horse artillery batteries had begun firing on the redoubts at El Magruntein. ⇒ウエリントン騎馬ライフル隊の1個パトロール隊が午前7時までに、ラファからシェラルとガザの方へ通じる電信線を切ってラファ駐屯軍を孤立させ、ショーヴェルがエル・マグルタイン防衛軍を偵察し、大英帝国馬砲兵中隊がエル・マグルタインの砦に発砲し始めた。 >Just after 08:00 the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade circled northwards, moving into position for their attacks on the C4 and C5 groups of redoubts and trenches, while the 1st Light Horse Brigade moved into position to attack the C3, C2 and C1 groups. After these objectives were captured, the two brigades were to attack the central redoubt. Meanwhile, three battalions of the Imperial Camel Brigade were ordered to attack the D group of fortifications. The 3rd Light Horse Brigade formed the ANZAC Mounted Division's reserve. ⇒午前8時ちょっと過ぎに、ニュージーランド騎馬ライフル旅団が北に回り込み、C4、C5砦・塹壕グループを攻撃する位置へ移動した。一方、その間に、第1軽騎馬旅団の数個大隊がC3、C2、C1砦・塹壕グループを攻撃する位置へ移動した。これらの標的を攻略したあと、この2個旅団は中心砦を攻撃することになっていた。一方その間に、帝国ラクダ旅団の3個大隊が、防御施設Dグループを攻撃するよう命じられた。第3軽騎馬旅団は、アンザック騎馬師団の予備軍を形成していた。

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