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Pertempuran Gaza Ketiga terjadi pada malam 1/2 November 1917 antara pasukan Inggris dan Ottoman saat Kampanye Sinai dan Palestina dari Perang Dunia I, dan terjadi setelah kemenangan Egyptian Expeditionary Force (EEF) di Pertempuran Beersheba telah mengakhiri Remis di Palestina Selatan. Pertikaian tersebut terjadi pada permulaan Serangan Palestina Selatan, dan bersamaan dengan serangan-serangan di Hareira dan Sheria pada 6–7 November dan Pertempuran Tel el Khuweilfe yang diluncurkan oleh Jenderal Edmund Allenby pada 1 November, peristiwa tersebut kemudian mematahkan garis Gaza sampai Beersheba yang dipertahankan oleh Kelompok Angkatan Yildirim.

Pertempuran Gaza Ketiga
Bagian dari Teater Timur Tengah pada Perang Dunia I
Serangan Gaza pada 1 dan 2 November
Peta Gaza dengan serangan-serangan pada 1 and 2 November
Tanggal1–2 November 1917
LokasiGaza, selatan Palestina
Hasil

Kemenangan Sekutu[1]

Pihak terlibat

 Kekaisaran Britania

 Prancis
Bendera Italia Kerajaan Italia
 Kekaisaran Ottoman
 Kekaisaran Jerman
Tokoh dan pemimpin
Bendera Britania Raya Edmund Allenby
Bendera Britania Raya Edward Bulfin
Bendera Kekaisaran Jerman Erich von Falkenhayn
Bendera Kekaisaran Jerman Kress von Kressenstein
Pasukan
Korps XXI Angkatan Kedelapan
Kelompok Angkatan Yildirim
Kekuatan
10,000/35,913 4,500/8,000
Korban
2,696 1,000+ dikubur,
300 ditangkap

Catatan kakiSunting

CatatanSunting

KutipanSunting

  1. ^ Hosch p 175

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