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From Es Salt, thousands of Armenian and Bedouin refugees and others joined the withdrawing columns carrying their belongings on their backs or pushing them in carts, some of the aged and footsore given a lift in the horse-drawn limber wagons. The front lines were still engaged when the withdrawal began. It was necessary, firstly to move the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade back from Hill 3039, across the Wadi Amman. They received their orders at 18:00 to withdraw to the cross road at the western end of the plateau just above the village of Ain es Sir. By 23:00 all wounded had been started on their journey back to the Jordan Valley and the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade commenced to recross the Wadi Amman at midnight; reaching the cross roads at 04:00 on 31 March. An outpost line was set up across the country between Ain es Sir and Amman and the whole day was spent in concentrating Chaytor's and Shea's force – mounted troops, infantry, camels and camel transport; and in getting all camels, both camel brigade and Egyptian Camel Transport Corps down the mountains. The 2nd Light Horse Brigade and the Somerset Battery took the Es Salt road while the remainder of the force, including the infantry, withdrew by the Wadi Es Sir track, up which the New Zealand Brigade had advanced. All day long and all the next night a long line of weary camels, horses and men slowly stumbled, slipped and fell, down the mountain track which descends some 4,000 feet (1,200 m) in 8 miles (13 km). It was well after daylight on the morning of 1 April, before the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade; the rearguard was able to start retiring again, while being fully occupied in holding off advanced German and Ottoman troops. The Wellington Mounted Rifles Regiment had regained its 6th Squadron which had been detached to the infantry division; the 60th (London) Division, and was ordered to cover the rear of the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade. German and Ottomans attacks on this rearguard were held off until the regiment filed down through the village of Ain es Sir. At 07:45 on 1 April as the rearguard of Wellington Mounted Rifles Regiment passed through the village the 2nd (Wellington West Coast) Squadron was attacked by Circassians who suddenly opened fire from a mill and adjacent caves, from houses and from behind rocks on the nearby hills.

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>From Es Salt, thousands of Armenian and Bedouin refugees and others joined the withdrawing columns carrying their belongings on their backs or pushing them in carts, some of the aged and footsore given a lift in the horse-drawn limber wagons. The front lines were still engaged when the withdrawal began. It was necessary, firstly to move the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade back from Hill 3039, across the Wadi Amman. They received their orders at 18:00 to withdraw to the cross road at the western end of the plateau just above the village of Ain es Sir. By 23:00 all wounded had been started on their journey back to the Jordan Valley and the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade commenced to recross the Wadi Amman at midnight; reaching the cross roads at 04:00 on 31 March. ⇒エス・ソルトからは、何千人ものアルメニアやベドウィンの難民が、自分たちの持ち物を背負ったり、カートに押し込んだり、老人や足を痛めた者の一部は砲車に乗せられたりして、撤退する列に加わった。撤退が始まった時、前線では依然として交戦が続いていた。まず第1に必要になったのは、ニュージーランド騎馬ライフル旅団がワヒド・アンマンを横断して丘陵3039から退去することであった。彼らは18時に命令を受けて、アイン・エス・シル村の真上の高原の西端にある交差道路に撤退した。23時までにはすべての負傷者がヨルダン渓谷に戻る旅につき、ニュージーランド騎馬ライフル旅団は真夜中にワジ・アンマンの再渡河をし始めた。そして、3月31日の04時に交差路に到着した。 >An outpost line was set up across the country between Ain es Sir and Amman and the whole day was spent in concentrating Chaytor's and Shea's force – mounted troops, infantry, camels and camel transport; and in getting all camels, both camel brigade and Egyptian Camel Transport Corps down the mountains. The 2nd Light Horse Brigade and the Somerset Battery took the Es Salt road while the remainder of the force, including the infantry, withdrew by the Wadi Es Sir track, up which the New Zealand Brigade had advanced. ⇒アイン・エス・シルとアンマンの間で全土に前哨部隊の陣地を構え、チェーター軍団とシェア軍団-騎馬軍隊、歩兵隊、ラクダ隊およびラクダ輸送隊(の準備)-に終日を集中し費やしていた。すべてのラクダを得るために、ラクダ旅団とエジプト・ラクダ輸送隊の両方が山を下っていた。第2軽騎馬旅団とサマセット砲兵隊がエス・ソルト道をたどり、歩兵を含む残りの部隊はニュージーランド旅団が進んできたワジ・エス・シル通路を通って撤退した。 >All day long and all the next night a long line of weary camels, horses and men slowly stumbled, slipped and fell, down the mountain track which descends some 4,000 feet (1,200 m) in 8 miles (13 km). It was well after daylight on the morning of 1 April, before the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade; *the rearguard was able to start retiring again, while being fully occupied in holding off advanced German and Ottoman troops. ⇒一日中、そして一晩中、疲れたラクダ、馬、そして兵士の長い線隊が、8マイル(13キロ)について約4000フィート(1,200m)下る山道をよろよろと進み、滑り、落ち込んでいった。4月1日の午前中、よく晴れていた。*ニュージーランドのライフル旅団の前、後衛部がドイツ・オスマン軍の高度な軍隊を抑えて完全に占領していたが、再び退却を開始することができた。 *構文が全く分かりません。すみません、大変な誤訳の可能性があります。 >The Wellington Mounted Rifles Regiment had regained its 6th Squadron which had been detached to the infantry division; the 60th (London) Division, and was ordered to cover the rear of the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade. German and Ottomans attacks on this rearguard were held off until the regiment filed down through the village of Ain es Sir.  At 07:45 on 1 April as the rearguard of Wellington Mounted Rifles Regiment passed through the village the 2nd (Wellington West Coast) Squadron was attacked by Circassians* who suddenly opened fire from a mill and adjacent caves, from houses and from behind rocks on the nearby hills. ⇒ウェリントン騎馬ライフル連隊は、引き離されていた第6大隊を回収して、歩兵師団すなわち第60(ロンドン)師団となり、「ニュージーランドライフル旅団」の後衛部を援護するよう命じられた。この後衛部に対するドイツ・オスマン軍の攻撃は、連隊がアイン・エス・シル村を縦隊進軍するまでは止められていた。  4月1日午後7時45分、ウェリントン騎馬ライフル連隊の後衛部隊が村を通過する際に、突然第2(ウェリントン西岸)大隊が、工場や隣接する洞窟、近くの丘の住宅や岩の背後からチェルケス人*によって攻撃された。 *Circassians:「チェルケス人」(北西コーカサス語族)。

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