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The British Official History recorded Fifth Army casualties for 31 July – 3 August as 27,001, of whom 3,697 were killed. Second Army casualties 31 July – 2 August were 4,819 with, 769 killed. The 19th Division lost 870 casualties. German 4th Army casualties for 21–31 July were c. 30,000 men. J. E. Edmonds the British official historian, added another 10,000 lightly wounded to the total, practice which has been questioned ever since. in 2014, Greenhalgh recorded 1,300 French losses in I Corps. According to Albrecht von Thaer, a staff officer at Group Wytschaete, units may have survived physically but no longer had the mental ability to continue. In 1931, Gough wrote that 5,626 prisoners had been taken. German artillery kept up a heavy fire on the new British front line and along with the rain caused great difficulty in consolidating the captured ground. In the Second Army area, on 1 August, a German counter-attack on the front of the 3rd Australian Division reached the Warneton Line, before being stopped by artillery and machine-gun fire. A planned attack by the 19th and 39th divisions on 3 August, to regain the portion of the first objective (blue line) was cancelled when a battalion moved forward and occupied the ground unopposed. The 41st Division captured Forret Farm on the night of 1/2 August and the 19th Division pushed observation posts forward to the blue line. Operation Sommernacht, a German Stormtroop (Stoßtrupp) attack, took place on 5 August at 5:00 a.m., on the front of the 41st Division in the X Corps area. Hollebeke village was captured and posts established near Forret Farm, under cover of a heavy and accurate artillery bombardment in thick mist. British SOS flares were too wet to light, the barrage cut the telephone lines and visual signalling failed.
About 100 Stormtroops rushed Forret Farm and a nearby trench. Three posts were organised by the neighbouring 19th Division battalion, that counter-attacked the Germans from three directions, despite the Germans getting a machine-gun into action.

投稿日時 - 2017-06-27 22:27:30

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>The British Official History recorded Fifth Army casualties for 31 July – 3 August as 27,001, of whom 3,697 were killed. Second Army casualties 31 July – 2 August were 4,819 with, 769 killed. The 19th Division lost 870 casualties. German 4th Army casualties for 21–31 July were c. 30,000 men. J. E. Edmonds the British official historian, added another 10,000 lightly wounded to the total, practice which has been questioned ever since. in 2014, Greenhalgh recorded 1,300 French losses in I Corps.
⇒英国の公報史は、7月31日-8月3日の第5方面軍の犠牲者は27,001人で、そのうち3,697人が死亡したと記録した。7月31日-8月2日の第2方面軍の犠牲者は4,819人で、うち769人が死亡した。第19師団は、870人の犠牲者を失った。7月21–31日のドイツ軍第4方面軍の犠牲者は、約30,000人であった。英国の公報史家J. E.エドモンズは、さらに10,000人の軽傷者を(犠牲者の)合計に加えたが、この算定の実行はそれ以来ずっと疑問視されている。2014年に、グリーンハウシュはフランス軍第I軍団の損失を1,300人と記録した。

>According to Albrecht von Thaer, a staff officer at Group Wytschaete, units may have survived physically but no longer had the mental ability to continue. In 1931, Gough wrote that 5,626 prisoners had been taken. German artillery kept up a heavy fire on the new British front line and along with the rain caused great difficulty in consolidating the captured ground. In the Second Army area, on 1 August, a German counter-attack on the front of the 3rd Australian Division reached the Warneton Line, before being stopped by artillery and machine-gun fire.
⇒グループ・ウィッチャテの参謀将校アルブレヒト・フォン・テーアによると、部隊は身体的には生き残ったかもしれないが、戦い続けるための精神的能力がもはやなかったかもしれないという。1931年に、ゴフは、5,626人の囚人が捕縛されたと書いた。ドイツ軍の砲兵隊は、新しい英国軍の最前線で激しい砲火を維持して、雨とともに、占領した地面を整理統合することに対する大変な困難を引き起こさせた。第2方面軍地域では、8月1日に、オーストラリア軍第3師団の前線に対するドイツ軍の反撃は、大砲・機関銃砲火によって止められる前に、ヴァルネトン戦線に到達した。

>A planned attack by the 19th and 39th divisions on 3 August, to regain the portion of the first objective (blue line) was cancelled when a battalion moved forward and occupied the ground unopposed. The 41st Division captured Forret Farm on the night of 1/2 August and the 19th Division pushed observation posts forward to the blue line. Operation Sommernacht, a German Stormtroop (Stoßtrupp) attack, took place on 5 August at 5:00 a.m., on the front of the 41st Division in the X Corps area. Hollebeke village was captured and posts established near Forret Farm, under cover of a heavy and accurate artillery bombardment in thick mist. British SOS flares were too wet to light, the barrage cut the telephone lines and visual signalling failed.
⇒第1の標的部分(青色部)を回復するための、第19、第39師団による8月3日の所定の攻撃は、大隊が進軍して対抗勢力のいない地面を占領したときに中止された。第41師団は、8月1/2日の夜にフォレット農場を占領し、第19師団は哨戒陣地監視所を青線部まで押し出した。ドイツ軍の突撃隊(特別攻撃班)による「ゾンマーナハト(夏の夜)作戦」攻撃が、8月5日午前5時に第X軍団地域の第41師団の前線に対して行われた。ホレベケ村が占領されて、濃霧の中、重くて正確な砲撃の庇護のもとでフォレット農場近くに哨戒陣地が確立された。英国軍のSOS照明弾は湿気のために発光せず、集中砲火で電話線は切断され、視認信号(の送信)は失敗した。

>About 100 Stormtroops rushed Forret Farm and a nearby trench. Three posts were organised by the neighbouring 19th Division battalion, that counter-attacked the Germans from three directions, despite the Germans getting a machine-gun into action.
⇒およそ100人の突撃隊が、フォレット農場と近くの塹壕に突進した。3つの哨戒陣地が、近隣の第19師団大隊によって組織された。それで、機関銃攻撃をしかけるドイツ軍にもかかわらず、3つの方向からドイツ軍に反撃した。

投稿日時 - 2017-07-04 11:31:10

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投稿日時 - 2017-07-04 22:09:06

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