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On 19 January, British aerial reconnaissance found the Ottoman Army had evacuated El Kossaima and reduced the strength of their main desert base at Hafir el Auja. However, GHQ believed the Ottoman garrisons would continue to hold onto the Nekhl area in the centre of the Sinai Peninsula, including the villages of Bir el Hassana, Gebel Helal, Gebel Yelleg and Gebel el Heitan, to maintain control over the Arab population. To address the problem of Ottoman Army units in the rear of the advancing EEF, a raid was carried out by two columns of light horse and yeomanry at Nekhl. The two columns moved out from Serapeum, near Ismailia on the Suez Canal, with three aircraft in support to carry out the attack, 60 miles (97 km) to the east. However, as the columns were approaching the area on 17 February, the reconnaissance aircraft found the Ottoman garrisons had retired, and no fighting occurred.

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>On 19 January, British aerial reconnaissance found the Ottoman Army had evacuated El Kossaima and reduced the strength of their main desert base at Hafir el Auja. However, GHQ believed the Ottoman garrisons would continue to hold onto the Nekhl area in the centre of the Sinai Peninsula, including the villages of Bir el Hassana, Gebel Helal, Gebel Yelleg and Gebel el Heitan, to maintain control over the Arab population. ⇒1月19日に、英国軍の航空斥候調査隊は、オスマントルコ方面軍がエル・コサイマを撤退して、ハフィル・エル・アウジャで彼らの主要砂漠基地の軍力を削減したことを知った。しかし、GHQ(総本部)は、オスマントルコ駐屯軍がビル・エル・ハサナ、ゲベル・ヘラル、ゲベル・イェレグおよびゲベル・エル・ヘイタンの村を含むシナイ半島中央部のネクル地域を保持して、アラブ人たちへの支配を維持するものと考えていた。 >To address the problem of Ottoman Army units in the rear of the advancing EEF, a raid was carried out by two columns of light horse and yeomanry at Nekhl. The two columns moved out from Serapeum, near Ismailia on the Suez Canal, with three aircraft in support to carry out the attack, 60 miles (97 km) to the east. However, as the columns were approaching the area on 17 February, the reconnaissance aircraft found the Ottoman garrisons had retired, and no fighting occurred. ⇒進軍するEEF(エジプト遠征軍)背後にいるオスマントルコ軍部隊の問題に対処するために、ネクルで2個の遠征軍、軽騎馬隊とヨーマンリー隊による急襲攻撃が敢行された。その2個遠征隊は、東方60マイル(97キロ)地点で攻撃するために、その遂行を支援する3機組の航空隊とともに、スエズ運河のイスマイリアの近くにあるセラペウムから出立して行った。しかし、2月17日遠征隊がその地域へ接近していったとき、航空斥候調査隊がオスマントルコ駐屯軍が退去していたことを発見したので、戦いは起こらなかった。

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