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By As the 9th Light Horse Regiment (3rd Light Horse Brigade) was fighting their way towards el Buqqar and Point 720, at 11:35, the 8th Mounted Brigade reported by phone to the Australian Mounted Divisional headquarters, that the advance by the infantry brigade towards Point 720 was proceeding, but that the garrison on Point 720 had been "presumably wiped out", as Ottoman soldiers were seen riding over the top of the hill. The 12th Light Armoured Motor Battery was ordered to support the 3rd Light Horse Brigade advance against Point 720. By 14:10 the 9th Light Horse Regiment was reported to be advancing with its right on the cross roads at Taweil el Habari and its left on El Buqqar, with two squadrons of the 10th Light Horse Regiment on their right, facing east within sight. When the 9th Light Horse Regiment had been held up at 13:45 by machine gun fire from Point 820, the 1/1st Nottinghamshire Royal Horse Artillery came into action, against the Ottoman fire. The 3rd Light Horse Brigade reported to the Australian Mounted Division at 14:37 that Ottoman forces were holding Point 720 on a front 1 mile (1.6 km) long, "in strength." By 15:05 the 9th Light Horse Regiment, conforming to infantry moves, had advanced to within 1 mile (1.6 km) of Point 720. At 08:35 further infantry reinforcements had been expected to arrive at about 13:00, however they didn't arrive until 16:35 when the 229th Brigade (74th Division) was reported advancing on the left flank of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade, causing considerable Ottoman movements on Point 820. By 17:10 an Ottoman position defended by four machine guns and 400 infantry defending Point 820, was reconnoitred by the armoured cars attached to the light horsemen, which drove to just east of the cross roads east of el Buggar, reporting the 53rd (Welsh) Division deployments of the 159th Brigade against Point 630 and Kh. Imleih, the 160th Brigade opposing Point 720 and the 229th Brigade opposing el Buqqar ridge. At 18:00 the 8th Mounted Brigade's reserve regiment was still holding the line when the 3rd Light Horse Brigade supported by 1/1st Nottinghamshire RHA counter-attacked along with two infantry brigades of the 53rd (Welsh) Division and the Ottoman forces retired during the evening. The yeomanry lost 24 killed and 53 wounded with 10 missing.

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>By As the 9th Light Horse Regiment (3rd Light Horse Brigade) was fighting their way towards el Buqqar and Point 720, at 11:35, the 8th Mounted Brigade reported by phone to the Australian Mounted Divisional headquarters, that the advance by the infantry brigade towards Point 720 was proceeding, but that the garrison on Point 720 had been "presumably wiped out", as Ottoman soldiers were seen riding over the top of the hill. ⇒第9軽騎兵連隊(第3軽騎兵旅団)がエル・ブッカーと720番地点に向って前進していると、11時35分、第8騎馬旅団がオーストラリア軍騎馬師団の本部に、歩兵旅団による720番地点への進軍が進んでいるけれども、オスマントルコ軍の兵士が丘の頂上を乗り越えるのが見られたので、720番地点の守備隊は「おそらく一掃されただろう」と電話で報告してきた。 >The 12th Light Armoured Motor Battery was ordered to support the 3rd Light Horse Brigade advance against Point 720. By 14:10 the 9th Light Horse Regiment was reported to be advancing with its right on the cross roads at Taweil el Habari and its left on El Buqqar, with two squadrons of the 10th Light Horse Regiment on their right, facing east within sight. When the 9th Light Horse Regiment had been held up at 13:45 by machine gun fire from Point 820, the 1/1st Nottinghamshire Royal Horse Artillery came into action, against the Ottoman fire. ⇒第12軽装甲車砲撃中隊は、720番地点に対する第3軽騎兵旅団の進軍を支持するように命じられた。第9軽騎兵隊連隊は、14時10分までにタウィル・エル・ハバリ交差路上の右翼隊とエル・ブッカー上の左翼隊をもって進軍中であることが報告された。その右翼上では、第1軽騎兵隊連隊の2個大隊が彼らの東側に面して視界内を併進した。13時45分に第9軽騎兵連隊が820番地点からの機関銃砲火によって停止した時、第1/1ノッティンガムシャー英国騎馬砲兵隊がオスマントルコ軍の砲火に対抗する活動についた。 >The 3rd Light Horse Brigade reported to the Australian Mounted Division at 14:37 that Ottoman forces were holding Point 720 on a front 1 mile (1.6 km) long, "in strength." By 15:05 the 9th Light Horse Regiment, conforming to infantry moves, had advanced to within 1 mile (1.6 km) of Point 720. At 08:35 further infantry reinforcements had been expected to arrive at about 13:00, however they didn't arrive until 16:35 when the 229th Brigade (74th Division) was reported advancing on the left flank of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade, causing considerable Ottoman movements on Point 820. ⇒14時37分、第3軽騎兵旅団はオーストラリア騎馬師団にオスマントルコ軍団が長さ1マイル(1.6キロ)の前線上の720番地点を「総力で」保持していると報告伝達した。15時05分までに第9軽騎兵連隊が歩兵隊の動きに合わせて720番地点の1マイル(1.6キロ)以内に進んだ。08時35分、より多くの歩兵強化隊が13時ごろに到着するものと予期されたが、彼らは16時35分まで到着しなかった。その時点では第229旅団(第74師団)が第3軽騎兵旅団の左側面を進んで、かなり820番地点でのオスマントルコ軍の動きを引き起こしている、と報告された。 >By 17:10 an Ottoman position defended by four machine guns and 400 infantry defending Point 820, was reconnoitred by the armoured cars attached to the light horsemen, which drove to just east of the cross roads east of el Buggar, reporting the 53rd (Welsh) Division deployments of the 159th Brigade against Point 630 and Kh. Imleih, the 160th Brigade opposing Point 720 and the 229th Brigade opposing el Buqqar ridge. ⇒17時10分までに、オスマントルコ軍は1陣地あたり4台の機関銃によって防御され、820番地点を守る400人の歩兵隊が、軽騎馬隊に配属された装甲車班によって偵察された。班は、エル・ブッカー東の交差路の真東へ走り、630番地点とカーン・イムレイフに挑む第159旅団の第53(ウェールズ)師団の展開、720番地点に対峙する第160旅団、およびエル・ブッカー尾根に対峙する第229旅団について報告した。 >At 18:00 the 8th Mounted Brigade's reserve regiment was still holding the line when the 3rd Light Horse Brigade supported by 1/1st Nottinghamshire RHA counter-attacked along with two infantry brigades of the 53rd (Welsh) Division and the Ottoman forces retired during the evening. The yeomanry lost 24 killed and 53 wounded with 10 missing. ⇒18時に、第8騎馬旅団の予備連隊がまだ電話を切らないでいた時に、第3軽騎兵旅団がRHA(王立騎馬砲兵隊)第1/1ノッティンガムシャー隊の支援を得て、第53(ウェールズ)師団の歩兵2個旅団とともに反攻撃し、オスマントルコ軍団は夕方の間に退却した。ヨーマンリー隊は、24人の戦死者、53人の負傷者、および10人の行方不明者を失った。

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