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The Allied command planned to open the battle with an artillery bombardment scheduled for the 5 of May 1917. On that day 91 Italian and French batteries(372 guns and heavy mortars) opened fire along the entire front of the 302nd Division and the 22nd Brigade. Due to the calm and warm weather the entire defensive line was soon engulfed in a cloud of smoke and dust. The barrage lasted for the entire day and had mixed effects, depending on the ground and strength of the fortifications it was directed at. This was the case in the sector of the 302nd Division where the Bulgarian 2/2nd Infantry Brigade was defending lines situated in a flat plain and the shelters were not enough for all the soldiers. By contrast the bombardment hardly made an impression on the German 201st Infantry Brigade which occupied the important hills 1020 and 1050. Its infantry benefited from the rugged terrain and the excellent shelters, that were in some cases dug in the solid rock. The Allied artillery fire in the sector of the Bulgarian 3/7 Infantry Brigade caused serious damage on part of the barbed wire and collapsed several infantry shelters. Von Reuter's troops were also exposed to the heavy bombardment and had some of their first-line trenches and barbed wire severely damaged. The Allied artillery on this part of the front was forced to pause its barrage for some time in the afternoon due to the appearance of German fighter aircraft and the destruction of one of their observation balloons.

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>The Allied command planned to open the battle with an artillery bombardment scheduled for the 5 of May 1917. On that day 91 Italian and French batteries(372 guns and heavy mortars) opened fire along the entire front of the 302nd Division and the 22nd Brigade. Due to the calm and warm weather the entire defensive line was soon engulfed in a cloud of smoke and dust. The barrage lasted for the entire day and had mixed effects, depending on the ground and strength of the fortifications it was directed at. ⇒連合国軍司令部は、1917年5月5日に予定された砲撃をもってこの交戦を開始する予定であった。その日に、伊仏軍第91砲兵中隊(372門の大砲と重迫撃砲)は、第302師団と第22旅団の全前線に沿って砲火を開始した。穏やかで暖かい天気によって、全防御戦線がすぐに煙と砂塵の雲の中にのみ込まれた。攻撃が向けられた先の地面状況と防備の強さに応じて、集中砲火はまる1日の間続き、その影響は多様であった。 >This was the case in the sector of the 302nd Division where the Bulgarian 2/2nd Infantry Brigade was defending lines situated in a flat plain and the shelters were not enough for all the soldiers. By contrast the bombardment hardly made an impression on the German 201st Infantry Brigade which occupied the important hills 1020 and 1050. Its infantry benefited from the rugged terrain and the excellent shelters, that were in some cases dug in the solid rock. ⇒例えば、第302師団地区の場合、平らな平野に位置している戦線を守っていたブルガリア軍第2/2歩兵旅団にとって、避難所(の収容能力)が全兵士のために十分ではなかった。これとは対照的に、重要地点の1020番・1050番丘陵地を占拠していたドイツ軍第201歩兵旅団にとっては、ほとんど爆撃を感じないほどであった。その歩兵連隊は、ゴツゴツした地形と優れた避難所に恵まれていた。そのあるものは硬い岩の中に掘られていた。 >The Allied artillery fire in the sector of the Bulgarian 3/7 Infantry Brigade caused serious damage on part of the barbed wire and collapsed several infantry shelters. Von Reuter's troops were also exposed to the heavy bombardment and had some of their first-line trenches and barbed wire severely damaged. The Allied artillery on this part of the front was forced to pause its barrage for some time in the afternoon due to the appearance of German fighter aircraft and the destruction of one of their observation balloons. ⇒ブルガリア軍第3/7歩兵旅団の地区に着弾した連合国軍の大砲砲火は、有刺鉄線の一部に重大な損害を引き起こして、数ヵ所の歩兵連隊の避難所を崩壊させた。フォン・ロイターの軍隊も重爆撃を浴びて、彼らの第1戦線塹壕と有刺鉄線のところどころが甚大な損害を受けた。この前線に対する連合国軍の砲兵隊は、ドイツ軍の戦闘機の出現と(それによる)連合国軍の観測気球の破壊によって、当日午後しばらくの間集中砲火の中断を余儀なくされた。

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