Original von Bodo Franks
Sergej Slutsch nennt in seiner Studie 3 Infanteriedivisionen und 4 Kavalleriedivisionen der polnischen Armee bei Lemberg. Er gibt auch Hinweise auf geplante Neuformierungen. In der NDR-Fernsehdoku „Der Überfall“ mit Jochen Böhler (am 18. August 2009 in der ARD gesendet) wurde berichtet, dass die Rote Armee mehrere von polnischen Truppen bei Lemberg eingekesselte Wehrmachtsverbände befreit hat. Die deutschen Einheiten standen dort kurz vor dem Zusammenbruch. Das bestätigten auch Kriegsveteranen im Film. Slutsch schreibt zu den weiteren Vorgängen um Lemberg:
Der Stab der Ukrainischen Front ließ dafür den Korpsbefehlshaber Filipp Golikow Einheiten des 2. Kavalleriekorps und der 24. Panzerbrigade umgruppieren. Die deutschen Panzerdivisionen waren dagegen kaum noch einsatzfähig.
Bodo, es ist auch sogenannte Lügengeschichte, oder Propaganda.
Hier schreibt Michael Meltuchow uber die Ereignisse bei Lemberg, sein Original-Text ist nur auf Russisch, so hab ich mir einbischen geholfen mit dem Translator. Meltuchow ist einer der grössten russ. Autoritäten in Themen russisch-polnische Kriege, MR- Pakt usw..
Meanwhile, the combined motootryad 2 nd Cavalry Corps and 24 Armoured Brigade with 35 bales of about 2.00 on Sept. 19 went to Lvov. "At the approach to the Polish city of artillery opened fire. Coping with street barricades, leading reconnaissance battalion [of 6 tanks] came to the city center and was met by batteries, which stood near the church. The first tank was destroyed. The commander of the reconnaissance Lieutenant comrade. Chufarov, knocking the gun from the church, set fire to a shot of the enemy projectiles. Gun crews fled, and the officers shouted "no shtrelyat. As the tanks was opened from the barracks and the homes of many rifles and machine-gun and revolver fire. Tanks hit by outbreaks. By 4.30 the fire ceased on both sides. At 4.20 the brigade commander [Colonel PS Fotchenkov], being in the tank in Lviv, got through his delegate's car note from the commander 2 rank, Comrade. Gorodovikova orders: 24 Armoured Brigade to stay at Zlochuv and await further instructions. The brigade commander did not know the reasons for such an order. Assume that the received instructions over the abolition of  the first order to capture the city. At 5.00 the brigade commander ordered an intelligence, remaining in the city, close exits the eastern outskirts of the city. The rest of the tanks out on the eastern outskirts Vynnyky (vicinity of Lviv).
Chief 2 nd part of the captain Shurenkow contact the Polish headquarters and call the garrison of Lviv to negotiate the surrender of the city. At 6.00 on September 19 part took their seats and began to disarm the Polish troops as they advanced to Lviv to help, and Reconnaissance disarmed barracks in the city of Lviv. At 6.30 to the commander of the brigade arrived two Polish Major for negotiations. The brigade commander to negotiate with them refused to appear and ordered to the garrison commander, or chief of staff. At 7.00 am on September 19 came the colonel and two other major, which also talks had not been maintained. At 7.40 came the chief of staff of the garrison, Colonel General Staff [B. Rakowski] and with him two colonels and three major. The brigade commander introduced himself as commander of a tank shell that surrounded the city of Lviv and offered to surrender the city of Lviv. Chief of Staff, Garrison asked the wait, because he was not authorized to do so and should be instructed above. All of this was given 2 hours. The brigade commander demanded that the tanks located in the city and suburbs, remained [there] and permission to take command centers to monitor the German positions, which a semicircle around the city. To this had been agreed. Mutually agreed by delegates to exchange links. At 8.30 the Germans suddenly launched an attack on the western and southern outskirts of the city. At the same tanks and armored Reconn were between two fires (the Germans and the Poles).
The brigade commander sent out a piece of his shirt on a stick armored car for the Germans. Tanks and armored vehicles threw red and white flags, but the fire on them from both sides did not stop, then from armored vehicles and tanks had opened fire on the enemy. It hit the Germans 3 anti-gun, killed two majors and one officer wounded nine soldiers. We have knocked out two armored vehicles and a tank, killing 3 people and injured 4 people. Soon the fire was stopped, with armored vehicles arrived commander of the 137- th Regiment  German mountain division, Colonel [von Shlammer], with which the brigade commander in the German headquarters agreement on contentious issues wei. We picked up our wounded and driven into, and they are his.
For 19 and 20 September were repeated negotiations between the command of the 24 th Light Armoured Brigade, on the one hand and the command of the German Mountain Division - the other, the cessation of hostilities and the elimination of existing conflicts. The talks finally resume normal relations between the contracting parties. After that, between the parts of 24 Armoured Brigade and units of the German mountain infantry division was no misunderstanding. Parts of the German divisions began to retreat westward, leading the rearguard action against Poland. During the talks, the artillery commander of the brigade commander Ukrainian Front ND Yakovlev from Germanic commanded by demanding from each other to withdraw from the city and not interfere with his attack. By the evening of September 20 Germany's troops were ordered to depart from the city. Nevertheless, the Wehrmacht command again demanded that the Poles to surrender the city no later than 10 hours of 21 September: "If you pick up your Lvov us - stay in Europe, if you have passed the Bolsheviks - will forever Asia." On the night of Sept. 21 Germans began to withdraw from parts of Lviv, and their positions were occupied by Soviet troops, preparing to attack the city, scheduled for the morning.
Tja.. keine grossartige Kämpfe zu sehen.