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Guderian moved OKH headquarters back from Zossen to East Prussia, built up a new and personal staff, drew off the reserves Schörner had been collecting on the southern front, and set about repairing the breach in the centre.
This command would at first consist of a motley of battle-worn units from its two neighbours, but Guderian planned that all the reserves from the West, including Sepp Dietrich's 6th Panzer Army, were to be directed into it and accumulated in close reserve until the moment was ripe for the counterstroke.
For years there had been squabbling between the Nature Reserves Authority and two interests that wanted the reserves disestablished: agriculture and the military.
By the time that was accomplished, the rest of Henderson's preparations should be in place to tap into the reserves the Society had left.
I could not summon the reserves to raise my head, so my first sight of Rahel was her bare feet.
Timoshenko then hoped to strike at the root of the German salient, putting in the reserves at Stary Bykhov and Propoisk and converging southward from Orsha with the very strong forces that were grouped along the upper Dnieper between there and Smolensk.