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The French contribution comprised three Groupes de Chasse (fighter groups) including Groupe de Combat 12 (Les Cigognes) of four escadrilles, two bomber squadrons, three artillery observation squadrons and seven observation balloons. Operations to deprive the Germans of air observation over the attack front were curtailed by poor weather on 29 and 30 July. On 31 July, low cloud returned and stopped the air operation in support of the ground offensive. Small numbers of aircraft were sent out to seek targets of opportunity and a small amount of contact patrolling was managed at very low level, giving some information about the progress of the ground battle and leaving thirty British aircraft damaged by bullets and shells. At noon the advance on the II Corps front had been stopped by the local German defenders and their artillery. The arrival of the British advance further north on the green line, 500 yards (460 m) beyond the Steenbeek on the XIX Corps front at about 11:00 a.m. took a long time to be communicated to the British divisional headquarters because of mist, slow going by runners, cut signal cables and poor reconnaissance results from contact-patrol aircraft, caused by troops being unwilling to light flares while overlooked by German defences. Around 3:00 p.m. Gough ordered all XIX Corps troops to advance to the green line, in support of the three brigades which had reached it. Delays persisted and a German force approaching from behind the Broodseinde–Passchendaele ridge was not seen by British aircraft. A message from a ground observer did not reach 15th Division headquarters until 12:53 p.m. and rain began soon after, cutting off the view of advanced British troops by artillery observers.
A German creeping barrage began at 2:00 p.m. along XIX Corps front, then German troops attacked the flanks of the most advanced British positions. The 39th Division was pushed back to St Julien, exposing the left of the 55th Division, just as it was attacked frontally over the Zonnebeke spur by six waves of German infantry, preceded by a barrage and three aircraft which bombed and machine-gunned British troops.

投稿日時 - 2017-06-25 19:51:45

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>The French contribution comprised three Groupes de Chasse (fighter groups) including Groupe de Combat 12 (Les Cigognes) of four escadrilles, two bomber squadrons, three artillery observation squadrons and seven observation balloons. Operations to deprive the Germans of air observation over the attack front were curtailed by poor weather on 29 and 30 July. On 31 July, low cloud returned and stopped the air operation in support of the ground offensive.
⇒フランス軍の貢献は、4個の飛行中隊(を1個グループとする)12個の戦闘グループ(「こうのとり隊」)、2個の爆撃機大隊、3個の砲兵隊観察大隊と7個の観測気球隊を含む3種類の「戦闘隊グループ」(Groupes de Chasse)から成っていた。攻撃前線上の航空観察をドイツ軍から奪う作戦活動は、7月29日と30日の悪天候によって削減された。7月31日には、低い雲が戻って、地面攻撃を支持する航空活動が止められた。

>Small numbers of aircraft were sent out to seek targets of opportunity and a small amount of contact patrolling was managed at very low level, giving some information about the progress of the ground battle and leaving thirty British aircraft damaged by bullets and shells. At noon the advance on the II Corps front had been stopped by the local German defenders and their artillery.
⇒少数の航空機が(攻撃に)都合のよい標的を捜すために送り出されたが、接触パトロールの管理は低レベルで、地上戦の進捗に関する若干の情報は伝えたが、30機の英国軍航空機が、弾丸と砲弾による損害を受けるがままにされていた。第II軍団戦線への進軍は、正午に地元のドイツ軍守備隊と彼らの砲撃によって食い止められた。

>The arrival of the British advance further north on the green line, 500 yards (460 m) beyond the Steenbeek on the XIX Corps front at about 11:00 a.m. took a long time to be communicated to the British divisional headquarters because of mist, slow going by runners, cut signal cables and poor reconnaissance results from contact-patrol aircraft, caused by troops being unwilling to light flares while overlooked by German defences.
⇒さらに北の緑線部へ向かう英国軍の進軍隊は、午前11時頃第XIX軍団前線上のシュテーンベークを500ヤード(460m)越えたところに到着した。英国軍の師団本部との間に長時間の交信が行われたが、それは霧、手間取る伝令(の往来)、信号ケーブルの切断のせいであった。さらに、接触哨戒機がドイツ守備隊の上空で照明弾を点灯することを渋ることに起因して、(航空)斥候調査の結果が伝えられないせいでもあった。

>Around 3:00 p.m. Gough ordered all XIX Corps troops to advance to the green line, in support of the three brigades which had reached it. Delays persisted and a German force approaching from behind the Broodseinde–Passchendaele ridge was not seen by British aircraft. A message from a ground observer did not reach 15th Division headquarters until 12:53 p.m. and rain began soon after, cutting off the view of advanced British troops by artillery observers.
⇒午後3時ごろ、ゴフは、第XIX軍団に緑線部へ進軍して、すでに到着している3個旅団を支持するよう命令した。遅れが持続して、ブルードサインデ-パッシェンデール尾根の後ろから接近するドイツ軍の軍団は英国軍の航空機から見られなかった。地上観測隊からの伝言は午後12時53分まで第15師団本部に着信しなかったし、まもなく雨が降り始めて、先進の英国軍は砲兵観測隊の視界から姿が消えた。

>A German creeping barrage began at 2:00 p.m. along XIX Corps front, then German troops attacked the flanks of the most advanced British positions. The 39th Division was pushed back to St Julien, exposing the left of the 55th Division, just as it was attacked frontally over the Zonnebeke spur by six waves of German infantry, preceded by a barrage and three aircraft which bombed and machine-gunned British troops.
ドイツ軍の纏いつく集中砲火が、第XIX軍団前線に沿って午後2時に始まり、ドイツ軍隊は最も先へ進んだ英国軍陣地の側面を攻撃した。第39師団は、サン・ジュリアンに押し戻されたので、第55師団の左側を露出させてしまったが、ちょうどその時、ドイツ軍の集中砲火と3機の航空機が空爆と機関銃(発砲)で英国軍隊を攻撃した後に、ゾンネベケ山脚越しにドイツ軍の歩兵連隊の6つの攻撃波が第55師団を襲った。

投稿日時 - 2017-06-30 09:00:14

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