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Ludendorff rejected the proposal next day but British attacks on the 1st Army, particularly the Action of Miraumont/Battle of Boom Ravine (17–18 February), caused Rupprecht on the night of 22 February, to order a preliminary withdrawal of about 4 miles (6.4 km) between Essarts and Le Transloy to R. I Stellung (R. I Position). On 24 February, the Germans withdrew to the R. I Stellung protected by rear guards, over roads in relatively good condition which they then destroyed. Next day, German rear guards inflicted 174 casualties on Australian troops near Loupart Wood and forced British troops back out of Irles with artillery-fire. A British attack on Puisieux on 26 February took all day and ended in hand-to-hand fighting. Next day troops of Prussian Foot Guard Regiment 5 withdrew from Thilloy, completing the retirement to the R. I Stellung.

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>Ludendorff rejected the proposal next day but British attacks on the 1st Army, particularly the Action of Miraumont/Battle of Boom Ravine (17–18 February), caused Rupprecht on the night of 22 February, to order a preliminary withdrawal of about 4 miles (6.4 km) between Essarts and Le Transloy to R. I Stellung (R. I Position). On 24 February, the Germans withdrew to the R. I Stellung protected by rear guards, over roads in relatively good condition which they then destroyed. ⇒ルーデンドルフは、次の日提案を拒絶したが、しかし、第1方面軍に対する英国軍の攻撃、特に「ミローモン戦闘行動」/「ブーム峡谷の戦い」(2月17–18日)は、2月22日の夜に、ルプレヒトをしてエサールとル・トランスロイの間でおよそ4マイル(6.4キロ)の予備撤退を命じさせるに至った。2月24日、ドイツ軍が、後衛軍の保護を受けて、かつて彼らが破壊したけれども、比較的良い状態の道路上をR. I陣地まで撤退した。 >Next day, German rear guards inflicted 174 casualties on Australian troops near Loupart Wood and forced British troops back out of Irles with artillery-fire. A British attack on Puisieux on 26 February took all day and ended in hand-to-hand fighting. Next day troops of Prussian Foot Guard Regiment 5 withdrew from Thilloy, completing the retirement to the R. I Stellung. ⇒次の日、ドイツ後衛軍はルパール・ウッドの近くで174人の犠牲者をオーストラリア軍隊に課して、大砲砲火によってイールから英国軍を押し返した。2月26日のピュイズィエへに対する英国軍の攻撃は丸一日がかりで、接近戦に終始した。次の日、プロシア軍のフット・ガード第5連隊がティロイから撤退して、R. I陣地への退却が完了した。

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