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Pertempuran Yerusalem terjadi saat "Operasi Yerusalem" Kekaisaran Britania melawan Kekaisaran Ottoman, saat pertikaian di kota tersebut berkembang dari 17 November, berlanjut setelah penyerahan pada 30 Desember 1917, untuk mewujudkan tujuan akhir dari Serangan Palestina Selatan saat Kampanye Sinai dan Palestina dari Perang Dunia I. Sebelum Yerusalem direbut, dua pertempuran diakui oleh Inggris sebagai pertarungan di Perbukitan Yudea sampai timur laut jalur Stasiun persimpangan Hebron. Itu adalah Pertempuran Nebi Samwill dari 17 sampai 24 November dan Pertahanan Yerusalem dari 26 sampai 30 Desember 1917. Mereka juga mengakui upaya kedua yang sukses dari Operasi Yerusalem tersebut pada 21 dan 22 Desember 1917 untuk maju di sepanjang Nahr el Auja, sebagai Pertempuran Jaffa, meskipin Jaffa telah direbut sebagai konsekuensi dari Pertempuran Mughar Ridge pada 16 November.[1]

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  1. ^ Battles Nomenclature Committee 1922, p. 32

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Templat:Ottoman battles in the 20th century

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