As the 23rd Panzer Regiment failed to take Pabiance, the Leibstandarte Adolph Hitler entered into the firestorm and made great gains. Other units, however, couldn’t keep up with the Leibstandarte, with the result being a salient. The Waffen SS attack began to run out of steam due to the number of casualties and the desperate situation at hand. The Polish Army had no such shortage of men as units withdrawing from the west were ordered immediately into the battle. . .
Attacker: Polish (2nd Koniov Rifle Regiment and ad hoc Infantry and Cavalry)
Defender: German (SS) (1st and 2nd Companies of Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler)