Mesmerized by their stunning victory over the invading Polish Forces the PDF began a general regroup of their military forces in preparation for an invasion of what should be southern Prussia but is now still northern Poland. Orders given from Koenigsberg to resupply enroute and proceed with all haste across the border to secure as much territory there as possible before the inevitable EU brokered (demanded) cease fire comes about and to meet the main Polish Army; as it rushes north to reclaim some pride lost in the first two days of the invasion.
The PDF quickly captured the cities of Braunsberg and Goldap but were stopped from taking Bartenstein. PDF forces in Braunsberg under command of Major General Paul von Lettow pushed on to the Polish city of Elbing but had to pull away from that assault to counter attack Polish forces trying to recapture Braunsberg. Brigadier General Luther Suldowolowitz reinforced Goldap and the surrounding area. Unable to take Bartenstein Major General Wilhelm Braun maintained control of the area just south of the Prussian border and dug in to meet the onslaught advance of the main Polish army.
Five days after the war began an uneasy ceasefire was in effect, orchestrated by NATO, Russia and the EU. Diplomats from all concerned met in Gdansk Poland to discuss ending the war. After two days of intense deliberations the war was ended. The cities of Braunsberg and Goldap would be occupied by Prussia while another vote would be held in southern Prussia to determine if the people there still wanted to join with their northern neighbors.