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The 5th Australian Division relieved the 2nd Australian Division by 10 May, while the battle in Bullecourt continued to the west, the 7th Division capturing the village except for the Red Patch on 12 May, while the 62nd Division advance was pushed back. The 58th Division relieved the Australians and British attacks on 13 May failed. A final German counter-attack was made to recapture all of Bullecourt and the Hindenburg trenches on 15 May. The attack failed, except at Bullecourt where the west of the village was regained. The 7th Division was relieved by part of the 58th Division, which attacked the Red Patch again on 17 May and captured the ruins, just before the Germans were able to withdraw, which ended the battle. The Fifth Army lost 14,000–16,000 casualties and German losses in two divisions were 4,500 casualties, with casualties in the regiments of five other divisions engaged being c. 1,000 at a minimum. Total British losses for both Bullecourt operations were 19,342.

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>The 5th Australian Division relieved the 2nd Australian Division by 10 May, while the battle in Bullecourt continued to the west, the 7th Division capturing the village except for the Red Patch on 12 May, while the 62nd Division advance was pushed back. The 58th Division relieved the Australians and British attacks on 13 May failed. A final German counter-attack was made to recapture all of Bullecourt and the Hindenburg trenches on 15 May. The attack failed, except at Bullecourt where the west of the village was regained. ⇒5月10日までに、第5オーストラリア師団が第2オーストラリア師団を救援し、その間にブレクールの戦いが西へ延びていった。5月12日、第7師団が、「赤いパッチ」部分を除いて村を占領したが、その間に第62師団は押し戻された。第58師団がオーストラリア軍を救援したが、5月13日の英国軍の攻撃は失敗した。5月15日、全ブレクールおよびヒンデンブルク塹壕を奪回すべく、ドイツ軍の最終的な反撃が行われた。村の西部分を奪回したブレクールを除けば、攻撃は失敗であった。 >The 7th Division was relieved by part of the 58th Division, which attacked the Red Patch again on 17 May and captured the ruins, just before the Germans were able to withdraw, which ended the battle. The Fifth Army lost 14,000–16,000 casualties and German losses in two divisions were 4,500 casualties, with casualties in the regiments of five other divisions engaged being c. 1,000 at a minimum. Total British losses for both Bullecourt operations were 19,342. ⇒第7師団が第58師団の一部によって救援されたが、その第58師団は、ドイツ軍が撤退できた直前の5月17日に再度「赤いパッチ」を攻撃して、廃墟を占領し、これをもってこの戦いは終った。第5方面軍は14,000人-16,000人の犠牲者を失ったが、ドイツ軍の損失は、(主戦の)2個師団で4,500人の犠牲者、会戦に関った他師団の5個連隊の犠牲者は最低1,000人であった。両ブレクール作戦行動のための英国軍の喪失は、総計19,342人であった。

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