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For the attack Dobell deployed Eastern Force as follows: Desert Column was commanded by Chetwode 53rd (Welsh) Division (Major General A.G. Dallas) 158th (North Wales) Brigade 159th (Cheshire) Brigade 160th (Welsh Border) Brigade 53rd Division (3 Brigades RFA 12 18–pdrs=24 guns) 4 of each battery only = 16 guns; 4 X 4.5-inch howitzers = 8 howitzer Anzac Mounted Division (Major General Harry Chauvel) (less 1st Light Horse Brigade) 2nd Light Horse Brigade New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade 22nd Mounted Brigade Anzac Mounted Division 4 Batteries Royal Horse Artillery (RHA) of 4 X 18–pdrs = 16 guns Imperial Mounted Division (Major General Henry West Hodgson) (4th Light Horse Brigade not yet formed) 3rd Light Horse Brigade 5th Mounted Brigade 6th Mounted Brigade Imperial Mounted Division 4 Batteries RHA of 4 X 18–pdrs = 16 guns No. 7 Light Car Patrol Nos. 11 and 12 Armoured Motor Batteries. Money's Detachment (Lieutenant Colonel N. Money) 2/4th West Kent battalion (160th Brigade, 53rd Division)

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>For the attack Dobell deployed Eastern Force as follows: Desert Column was commanded by Chetwode 53rd (Welsh) Division (Major General A.G. Dallas) 158th (North Wales) Brigade 159th (Cheshire) Brigade 160th (Welsh Border) Brigade 53rd Division (3 Brigades RFA 12 18–pdrs=24 guns) 4 of each battery only = 16 guns; 4 X 4.5-inch howitzers = 8 howitzer* ⇒ドーベルは、攻撃のため東部軍団を以下のように布陣した。 チェトウォード麾下の砂漠縦隊 第53(ウェールズ)師団(A.G.ダラス少将) 第158(ノース・ウェールズ)旅団 第159(チェシャー)旅団 第160(ウェールズ・ボーダー)旅団 第53師団(3個旅団、王立野戦砲兵隊12、18型ポンド砲24門)、4砲兵中隊のみ=16門、4 X 4.5インチ榴弾砲=8式榴弾砲* *この部分、よく分かりません(以下同様)。誤訳の節は平にご容赦を。 >Anzac Mounted Division (Major General Harry Chauvel) (less 1st Light Horse Brigade) 2nd Light Horse Brigade New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade 22nd Mounted Brigade Anzac Mounted Division 4 Batteries Royal Horse Artillery (RHA) of 4 X 18–pdrs = 16 guns* Imperial Mounted Division (Major General Henry West Hodgson) (4th Light Horse Brigade not yet formed) ⇒アンザック騎馬師団(ハリー・ショーヴェル少将)(より小さい第1軽騎馬旅団) 第2軽騎馬旅団 ニュージーランド騎馬ライフル旅団 第22騎馬旅団 アンザック騎馬師団、4 X 18型ポンド砲16門の第4王立騎馬砲兵中隊* 帝国騎馬師団(ヘンリー・ウェスト・ホジソン少将)(未編成の第4軽騎馬旅団) >3rd Light Horse Brigade 5th Mounted Brigade 6th Mounted Brigade Imperial Mounted Division 4 Batteries RHA of 4 X 18–pdrs = 16 guns* No. 7 Light Car Patrol Nos. 11 and 12 Armoured Motor Batteries. Money's Detachment (Lieutenant Colonel N. Money) 2/4th West Kent battalion (160th Brigade, 53rd Division) ⇒第3軽騎馬旅団 第5騎馬旅団 第6騎馬旅団 帝国騎馬師団、4 X 18型ポンド砲=16門の王立砲兵4個中隊* No.7軽車輌パトロール隊 No.11、12装甲車中隊 マネー派遣隊(N. マネー中佐) 第2/4のウェスト・ケント大隊(第160旅団、第53師団) ※なお、段落の区分は何ら必然性がなく、便宜上、「適当なところで切り分け」ました。

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