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Attacking with 23 battalions (from four divisions), the German forces managed to penetrate the Australian front line at the junction on the 1st Australian Division and 2nd Australian Division and occupy the village of Lagnicourt (damaging some Australian artillery pieces). Counter-attacks from the Australian 9th and 20th Australian battalions, restored the front line, and the action ended with the Australians suffering 1,010 casualties, against 2,313 German casualties. ]Battle of Bullecourt (3–17 May 1917) After the initial assault around Bullecourt failed to penetrate the German lines, British commanders made preparations for a second attempt. British artillery began an intense bombardment of the village, which by 20 April had been virtually destroyed. Although the infantry assault was planned for 20 April, it was pushed back a number of times and finally set for the early morning of 3 May. At 03:45, elements of the 2nd Australian Division attacked east of Bullecourt village, intending to pierce the Hindenburg Line and capture Hendecourt-lès-Cagnicourt, while British troops from the 62nd (2nd West Riding) Division attacked Bullecourt, which was finally taken by the British 7th Division and despite determined effort by the Germans was held by the British 62nd Division.

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>Attacking with 23 battalions (from four divisions), the German forces managed to penetrate the Australian front line at the junction on the 1st Australian Division and 2nd Australian Division and occupy the village of Lagnicourt (damaging some Australian artillery pieces). Counter-attacks from the Australian 9th and 20th Australian battalions, restored the front line, and the action ended with the Australians suffering 1,010 casualties, against 2,313 German casualties. ⇒ドイツ軍団は、(4個師団から来た)23個大隊をもって攻撃して、オーストラリア軍の第1師団と第2師団の交点でオーストラリア軍の最前線に何とか侵入し、ラニクール村を占領することができた(オーストラリア軍の大砲部品などに若干損害を与えた)。オーストラリア軍は第9、第20大隊による反撃で最前線を奪還し、ドイツ軍の犠牲者2,313人に対して、オーストラリア軍は1,010人の犠牲者を被った(だけで)この戦闘は終った。 >Battle of Bullecourt (3–17 May 1917) ⇒「ビュレクールの戦い」(1917年5月3日–17日) >After the initial assault around Bullecourt failed to penetrate the German lines, British commanders made preparations for a second attempt. British artillery began an intense bombardment of the village, which by 20 April had been virtually destroyed. Although the infantry assault was planned for 20 April, it was pushed back a number of times and finally set for the early morning of 3 May. ⇒ビュレクール周辺での最初の(反)攻撃でドイツ軍戦線への透過失敗のあと、英国軍指揮官は2回目の試みに対する準備をした。英国軍砲兵隊がビュレクール村に対する激しい爆撃を開始して、村は4月20日までに実質的に破壊された。歩兵連隊の襲撃が4月20日に予定されていたが、それは何度も押し返されて、結局最終的には5月3日の早朝に設定された。 >At 03:45, elements of the 2nd Australian Division attacked east of Bullecourt village, intending to pierce the Hindenburg Line and capture Hendecourt-lès-Cagnicourt, while British troops from the 62nd (2nd West Riding) Division attacked Bullecourt, which was finally taken by the British 7th Division and despite determined effort by the Germans was held by the British 62nd Division. ⇒3時45分、オーストラリア軍第2師団の要員が、ヒンデンブルク戦線を突き破り、エンドクール・レ・カニクールを攻略する意図をもってビュレクール村の東を攻撃したが、その間に第62(第2ウェスト・ライディング)師団から来た英国軍がビュレクール(本体)を攻撃したので、最終的に村は英国軍第7師団によって抑えられ、ドイツ軍の断固とした奮闘にもかかわらず、英国軍第62師団によって掌握された。

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