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The Battle of Atbara took place during the Second Sudan War. Anglo-Egyptian forces defeated 15,000 Sudanese rebels, called Mahdists or Dervishes, on the banks of the River Atbara. The battle proved to be the turning point in the conquest of Sudan by a British and Egyptian coalition. The Anglo-Egyptian attack began at 06:20 on April 8, 1898. Three brigades, the British Brigade led by William Gatacre, and two Brigades of the Egyptian Division led by Archibald Hunter, led the attack. After a brief artillery bombardment of the Mahdist camp, the combined British and Egyptian brigades attacked.

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  • معركة عطبرة
  • Schlacht am Atbara
  • Battle of Atbara
  • Bataille d'Atbara
  • Сражение при Атбаре
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  • معركة عطبرة وقعت في 8 أبريل 1898م بين القوات البريطانية المصرية بقيادة هربرت كتشنر و قوات الثورة المهدية بقيادة الأمير محمود ود أحمد و الأمير عثمان دقنة ، انتصرت فيها القوات البريطانية المصرية. وتم أسر قائد جيش المهديين محمود أحمد.
  • Die Schlacht am Atbara fand am 8. April 1898 am Zusammenfluss von Nil und Atbara zwischen einer britisch-ägyptischen Armee und 15.000 sudanesischen Aufständischen, im Zuge der Niederschlagung des Mahdi-Aufstandes, statt.
  • La bataille d'Atbara est livrée le 8 avril 1898 pendant la guerre des mahdistes au Soudan. Une forte armée anglo-égyptienne commandée par le général Kitchener attaque les positions retranchées des derviches situées non loin du fort d'Atbara, à la confluence de la rivière Atbara et du Nil et les enlève d'assaut après une très violente bataille.
  • Сражение при Атбаре — битва между англо-египетской коалицией под командованием Герберта Китченера и махдистскими повстанцами Мухаммада Ахмада, состоявшаяся 8 апреля 1898 года при реке Атбара. Сражение явилось переломной точкой в завоевании Судана Британией и Египтом.
  • The Battle of Atbara took place during the Second Sudan War. Anglo-Egyptian forces defeated 15,000 Sudanese rebels, called Mahdists or Dervishes, on the banks of the River Atbara. The battle proved to be the turning point in the conquest of Sudan by a British and Egyptian coalition. The Anglo-Egyptian attack began at 06:20 on April 8, 1898. Three brigades, the British Brigade led by William Gatacre, and two Brigades of the Egyptian Division led by Archibald Hunter, led the attack. After a brief artillery bombardment of the Mahdist camp, the combined British and Egyptian brigades attacked.
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  • T he Seaforth Highlanders at the battle: Richard Caton Woodville, Jr.
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