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Chetwode reported to the commander of Eastern Force, Lieutenant General Charles Macpherson Dobell, that the work of all troops engaged had been excellent, and the part played by the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade had been outstanding. During the fighting the Desert Column suffered three times the losses previously endured at Magdhaba. The 487 casualties included 124 New Zealanders: 71 killed, 415 wounded and one missing. Against this, the mainly Ottoman prisoners, which included some German machine-gunners, totalled between 1,472 and 1,635, with 162 of them wounded. About 200 Ottoman soldiers were killed on the battlefield.

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>Chetwode reported to the commander of Eastern Force, Lieutenant General Charles Macpherson Dobell, that the work of all troops engaged had been excellent, and the part played by the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade had been outstanding. During the fighting the Desert Column suffered three times the losses previously endured at Magdhaba. ⇒チェトウォードは、東部地域軍団の指揮官チャールズ・マクファーソン・ドーベル中将に、全軍隊の働きは素晴らしく、中でもニュージーランド騎馬ライフル隊の果たした役割が際立っていた、と報告した。戦いの間、砂漠縦隊は以前マグダバで受けた損失の3倍を被った。 >The 487 casualties included 124 New Zealanders: 71 killed, 415 wounded and one missing. Against this, the mainly Ottoman prisoners, which included some German machine-gunners, totalled between 1,472 and 1,635, with 162 of them wounded. About 200 Ottoman soldiers were killed on the battlefield. ⇒487人の犠牲者があったが、それには124人のニュージーランド人が含まれており、うち71人が戦死し、415人が負傷し、1人が行方不明となった。これに対して、主なオスマントルコ人の囚人は、一部ドイツ人の機関銃手を含めて、合計1,472~1,635人で、うち162人が負傷していた。およそ200人のオスマントルコ人兵士が、戦場で死亡した。

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