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Utilizing the superb mobility of their tanks to the fullest, the 4th Guards Tank Corps advanced over 50km (30 miles) through deep snow and surprised the Germans by occupying Krasnoarmeyskoye, thereby severing Heeresgruppe Don's main line of railway communications back to Dnepropetrovsk. When Vatutin realized that there were virtually no Germans defending a lOOkm-wide (62-mile) gap between 1. Panzerarmee and the SS-Panzerkorps, he finally energized the 6th Army and the rest of Popov's armour to push toward Pavlograd and the Dnepr River.

At this point, Vatutin finally recognized the threat and began trying to shift reserves to deal with the enemy counteroffensive and he asked the Stavka to have Golikov suspend his westward advance. Manstein's counteroffensive gathered momentum on 24 February, as XL Panzerkorps rolled up Popov's three isolated tank corps, each of which had been reduced to a few dozen tanks. The three German Panzerkorps simply destroyed Vatutin's forces piecemeal before they could react, although they did put up a tough fight in the town of Lozovaya.

Heeresgruppe B patched together a screening force from remnants - Armeeabteilung Lanz - to cover the 150km-wide (93-mile) gap between the two army groups. With the entire southern front facing catastrophe Hitler finally authorized part of the 1. Panzerarmee to begin evacuating the Caucasus on 24 January and Manstein promptly directed these three divisions toward his open left flank, which he later referred to in chess terms as 'castling'. Yet unknown to the Stavka, powerful reinforcements were en route to Manstein's command from Western Europe.

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