Don't ask me if it opened way to Składnica Uzbrojenia. Both were captured on different day than you wrote and not even for 24 hours.Domen123 wrote:Of course they recaptured Hołosko Małe and Hołosko Wielkie (which automatically opened the way to Składnica Uzbrojenia for them - right?).
I hope you have some proofs to back up this statment. And this as well:Domen123 wrote:Polish morale near Lwow on 21st of September was far better than German morale in the same area on 20th of September.
Domen123 wrote:If it comes to morale of the Soviets - morale of ordinary Soviet soldiers was usually low .
Is Grzelak with food supplies for 6 weeks "fully reliable"?Domen123 wrote:Which automatically makes it plausible that there was also more of other types of ammunition - it shows that Włodarczyk is not fully reliable.I found out that in fact there was more AA ammunition that Włodarczyk states.
What do you mean?Domen123 wrote:18th of September at noon = 17th of September at noonPP 53 and PP 55 arrived at Lwow on September 18th, at noon.
Yes, the title is in Polish because I came across its translated name. Mistake in translation? Maybe (but rather unlikely), but where?Domen123 wrote:Could you quote this source? Because I can see that it is Polish, but regarding German system of capturing prisoners. Maybe the author made some mistake (for example in translation, etc.)?I don't know the original name of this regulations, but they are ot be found in Nadzwyczajne przepisy do zarządzeń dotyczących zabezpieczenia, 9 sierpnia 1939 r., ustęp 5a, k. 21-22., issued by OKH.