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The Imperial Mounted Division closed its headquarters at Deir el Belah and reopened at Tel el Jemmi. At 15:45 the 3rd Light Horse Brigade left Goz el Taire to take up an outpost line at Jemmi, while the 4th Light Horse, 5th and 6th Mounted Brigades were in the bivouac area by 22:00. The 5th Mounted Brigade moved out at 01:30 on 17 April with orders to capture Kh Erk. The Second Battle of Gaza began on April 17, 1917 and lasted three days. Operating as "Eastern Attack" commanded by W. E. B. Smith, the 52nd (Lowland) and 54th (East Anglian) Divisions were to capture a line from Sheikh Abbas, through Mansura to Kurd Hill on the Es Sire Ridge as quickly as possible, and entrench their new positions. These two divisions were deployed for the attack, the 54th (East Anglian) Division on the right and the 52nd (Lowland) Division on the left, while the 53rd (Welsh) Division advanced across the Wadi Ghuzzee, west of the Rafa-Gaza road to Tel el Ujul, to establish an outpost line in the sand dunes covering the 52nd (Lowland) Division's left flank, with the 74th (Yeomanry) Division in reserve. Two tanks attached to the 163rd (Norfolk & Suffolk) Brigade, 54th (East Anglian) Division, started their advance from Dumb-bell Hill at 04:30, but the leading tank was put out of action after being hit by three shells. The attack on Sheikh Abbas succeeded by 07:00 when the area was occupied and work began to fortify and entrench the position.

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>The Imperial Mounted Division closed its headquarters at Deir el Belah and reopened at Tel el Jemmi. At 15:45 the 3rd Light Horse Brigade left Goz el Taire to take up an outpost line at Jemmi, while the 4th Light Horse, 5th and 6th Mounted Brigades were in the bivouac area by 22:00. The 5th Mounted Brigade moved out at 01:30 on 17 April with orders to capture Kh Erk. ⇒帝国騎馬師団は、デイール・エル・ベラフの本部を閉鎖して、テル・エル・ジェミで再開した。15時45分、第3軽騎馬旅団がゴズ・エル・テーレを去って、ジェミの哨戒陣地を受け継いだが、一方第4、第5、第6騎馬旅団が22時までに露営地域に入った。第5騎馬旅団は、カーン(ハーン)・エルクを攻略するようにとの命令によって、4月17日1時30分に出発した。 >The Second Battle of Gaza began on April 17, 1917 and lasted three days. Operating as "Eastern Attack" commanded by W. E. B. Smith, the 52nd (Lowland) and 54th (East Anglian) Divisions were to capture a line from Sheikh Abbas, through Mansura to Kurd Hill on the Es Sire Ridge as quickly as possible, and entrench their new positions.⇒第2回「ガザの戦い」は、1917年4月17日に始まって、3日間続いた。W. E. B.スミスによって命じられた「東部攻撃」を実行するために、第52(ローランド)師団と第54(東アングル)師団が、できるだけ速くシャイフ・アッバスからマンスーラを通じてエス・シル・リッジのクルド・ヒルまでの戦線を攻略して、新しい陣地に塹壕を掘ることになっていた。 >These two divisions were deployed for the attack, the 54th (East Anglian) Division on the right and the 52nd (Lowland) Division on the left, while the 53rd (Welsh) Division advanced across the Wadi Ghuzzee, west of the Rafa-Gaza road to Tel el Ujul, to establish an outpost line in the sand dunes covering the 52nd (Lowland) Division's left flank, with the 74th (Yeomanry) Division in reserve. ⇒攻撃のために、これら2個師団のうち第54(東アングル)師団が右翼に、第52(ローランド)師団が左翼に布陣した。一方、第53(ウェールズ)師団は、テル・エル・ウジュルに通じるラファ-ガザ道西のワジ・グゼーを横切って進軍して、予備軍の第74(ヨーマンリー)師団とともに、第52(ローランド)師団の側面を庇護する砂丘に哨戒陣地戦線を設立した。 >Two tanks attached to the 163rd (Norfolk & Suffolk) Brigade, 54th (East Anglian) Division, started their advance from Dumb-bell Hill at 04:30, but the leading tank was put out of action after being hit by three shells. The attack on Sheikh Abbas succeeded by 07:00 when the area was occupied and work began to fortify and entrench the position. ⇒第163(ノーフォーク・サフォーク)旅団、第54(東アングル)師団に配属された2台の戦車が、4時30分にダン‐ベル・ヒルから進軍を始めたが、先導の戦車が砲弾3発を被弾した後、戦闘不能に陥った。シャイフ・アッバスへの攻撃は、7時までに成功してその地域が占拠され、陣地の守備を固めて、塹壕を掘る仕事が始められた。

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