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July 8, 1954
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Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/09/01: CIA-RDP80-00809A000600060136-5 THIS IS UNEVALUATED INFORMATION and an attached storage shed. The a large garage garage shop with several lathes and milling machines and a contained a a blacksmith ak cshoe The machine aho occ s ashop. farm asional~v produced parts to repair tractor A.nri machinery. In requentiy, some part! were obtained from Petropavlovsk. The machine tractor station repaired tractors, seeding drills, discs, plows, combines, and mowers. Normally, approximately ten tractors would be under repair at any one time. Most of the tractors, as well as other farm machinery, required extensive repbirs, especially after each harvest. Storage factlitlee for oil, lubricants, and gasoline were nearby. They were kept out in the open and were net covered even during weather. AIJ. machinery and tractors were of s.,4 the severe very ban conaitt,,. t ori? n ana .,.,.. ~? INFORMATION REPORT CLASSIFICATION r-oI& n-4TIP..L CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY PLACE ACQUIRED DATE ACQUIRED Voznesenka Machine Tractor Station/Grain Elevators/Makinak and Vicinity 25X1 w.re ~-7-- - esenaa, aswell 4as in neighboring kolkhozes, werkhoz. Mj~t of ye he built to ,o satiety only the needs of each the field during rain was loaded unto wagons and Zis trucks in wthe harvest and transported to grain storage warehouses located a+, railroad stations, From the warehouses the grain was shipped by rail to. o all parts of the TBSR. In 1940, when a record crap wee harvested, much of the grain was piled in the open fields and later spoiled. Principal crops Laised at Voznesenkug were wheat, aate and x-cuory, orerntinq 24 hours daily, was located on the road from Vozne!Pnkn ? Chelyabinsk Another tractor facto midway betwneL Petr pavlovsk tad Akmolinsk 'n the village located Kokschetav was also the location of a potato and genie e of f alcoholl refinery. refinery. ~? The sketch below shows only the center of the town of Makinsk. In 1941 Makinsk had aPprosietelf 2,000 population. Its lain streets were lightly gravelled while all others were dirt. !!lost of the buildings in Xakinsk were constructed of a u,*.xture of clay and stray. The only CLASSIFICATION ccpr~rLL Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/09/01: CIA-RDP80-00809A000600060136-5 25X1 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/09/01: CIA-RDP80-00809A000600060136-5 '-5X1 CONFI RTIAL -2- exception was the worker's apartments which were of wood. During the rainy season town scads were impassable. The town looked like it was constructed Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/09/01: CIA-RDP80-00809A000600060136-5 Garage & repairing station Worker's apartments