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I soon realized that his opinion of the present commander was absolutely identical with the one he had uttered about our commander in Russia, except for the fact that here he had much more justification, as I learned better each day. "17 For the Swabians, this strong expression is not especially coarse or even malicious. " I often heard this from my Swabians. 31 But back to my Hauptmann. He was not at all unfriendly, but a cynic who treated superiors with indolence and peers and subordinates with sometimes great condescension.
Stochdorph was typical in my experience— during the whole war, I never personally witnessed any physician or clergyman who was not exemplary in the practice of his duties. The Roman Catholic chaplain of our division even took part—naturally unarmed—in dangerous assaults. Our physicians, often enough, were surprisingly good at soldiers' tactical tasks, and our staff physician was no exception. Without any special preparations, he would have been fully capable of leading a battalion or even a regiment.
Originally, the Russian bridgehead to the south had been much deeper and reached beyond Byelaya-Zerkov. There it was halted by the 2d SS Panzer Division Das Reich and pushed back almost twenty kilometers to the north in a counterattack. Only because of this was it actually possible for us to detrain in Byelaya-Zerkov. On 15 November, our XLVIII 34 Panzer Corps attempted to break into the Russian bridgehead. Zhitomir was recaptured and numerous enemy tank units were destroyed. The enemy suffered heavy losses but seemed to have inexhaustible reserves available.