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Again and again the Germans counterattacked, only to be crushed by Gouraud's troops, who immediately proceeded to press onward.
Reenforcements quickly arrived, counterattacked the enemy, repulsed him with heavy losses, and captured prisoners.
The next day the Germans counterattacked, but failed to dislodge the French.
Instantly some Australian troops counterattacked and completely re-established the British positions.
Ginchy was also seized, but here, in the afternoon, we were very strongly counterattacked.
"You know these Reds better than we," Travis counterattacked.
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The Germans counterattacked with fury, but were thrown back on their own lines.
Already wavering under the American fire, the Germans were counterattacked by the French colonials and driven from the town.
The German aviators counterattacked whenever they could, and more than once succeeded in crossing the French lines.
When the French infantry counterattacked they had an easy victory over the weakened forces that had made the advance.

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