again with some unanswered questions about detailled combat reports of the railway station and nail factory .
From Soviet side there are some reports about the struggle in mid september 1942 but not from German side.
Only William Craig in his so called true story "Die Schlacht um Stalingrad" mentioned the movements of the I. Btl./IR 194 under the command of Captain Ginderling (due to my knowledge a person named Ginderling never existed in that unit, perhaps Hindenang) which took place in the surroundings between central railway station and Volga. Hptm. Münch understood the railway station as a kind of "deadly trap" and bypassed the huge building with IR 194. He preferred to eliminate the railway station by an air-strike, unfortunately the bombs hit their own troops.
Some references mention that the railway station changed hand 15x a day!! But that is absolutely unrealistic.
So, which unit (I guess some company or bataillon of IR 191?) entered the railway station and what happened there exactly in detail. There is nothing in literature so there is no great hope to learn something about the battle of the railway station and the neighbour nail factory