September 7 - Poland withdrawal extends but resistance endures

The Army Head-Quarters in Warsaw withdraws to Brest-Litovsk. Most frontlines troops are either isolated and cut from the rear or on the run, searching for more defensable positions.

The Polish plan now is to fortify Warsaw and stand there the most and, at the same time, create additional fortified positions close to the Romenian and USSR's borders. In general they still hope that a move in the West by the Allies will remove German forces from the East and ease the pressure over the Poles...

Some units, like the Poznan Army, manage to counter-attack and create problems to the fast advancing German mobile units. Most of the Panzers and Mobile Division now have to stop in order to allow the foot and horse moving Infantry and Artillery to catch up with them.


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