Here F. Halder reports that at this time Adolf Hitler had doubts about the possibility of encirclement of Soviet forces in the south west of the Dnieper. Fuhrer offers, in case of non-implementation of the idea of ??the environment, immediately transfer the mobile units on the eastern bank of the Dnieper. In the development of this idea F. Halder at the morning meeting with the commander speaks about the dangers of being drawn into the fighting tactics of local importance, which only takes time, and insists on a decisive attack on the chosen directions in every way. Otherwise, he warns, "we scatter their forces continuously sprawling edge, disregarding the need to preserve deep-echelon battle formations, and eventually come to the trench warfare."