The last significant units of the Polish army surrender near Luck. The Germans have taken 700,000 prisoners and the Soviets 200,000. Polish casualties have been severe. The Germans have lost 10,000 dead and 30,000 wounded. Many Poles have escaped and will gradually find their way to the West.
Although tank units have played a notable part in the campaign, it is interesting to note that the contemporary German official apprecations lay more stress on the traditional-style infantry battles. The tank forces are seen at this stage, except by enthusiasts like Guderian, as little more than usefull auxiliaries who can help the infantry do the real work. The first plans for the attack in the west will reflect this official attitude.