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Approved For Release 2005/08/18 : CIA-RDP80-0081OA001700220003-6 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY INFORMATION REPORT 25X1 25X1DATE OF INFO. PLACE ACQUIRED UOS. . (1oecow Oblast) PW Csps ear Mosepw This Document contains information affecting the Na- tional Defense of the United States, within the mean- ing of Title 18, Sections 793 and 794, of the U.B. Code, as amended. Its transmission or revelation of its contents to or receipt by an unauthorized person is prohibited by law. The reproduction of this form is prohibited. REPORT NO. DATE DISTR. NO. OF PAGES REQUIREMENT NO. REFERENCES 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 1. 25X1 I Pi Camps 25X1 ere located at Mozhaysk (N 55-30, E 36-00), 25X1 E 37-00), and Zyenigorod (N 55-41, E 36-51). Tuchkovo (N 55-36, E ,,,'balikovo (N 55- 0 E 6-14) Colits 25X1 25X1 9. The PW camp of Mozhaysk,, the largest of all PW camps E was. located about two ,kilometers east of the city. At least l,0 - PWS p.DUOS ., of whom were Germans and . A trig s, were housed in a number at one-story wooden bar asks which measured about 100 x 25 m;; 25X1 25X1 Two balrbed-wire fences, about two meters high and two to. three meters apart, surrounded the entire camp; at each corner of the enclosure was a tower about five meters high, in each of-which we an MV]) guard armed with a rifle. All physically able prisoners were put to work, always under guard. Nhny.of them-worked in the forests cutting trees, some were put to work in the 'fields, others shoveled snow. D hours the -Prisoners remained in their barracks; game sort of club existed 25X1 Political indoetrination. courses were ta 25X1 25X1 The prisoners slept in. bunks ,arranged in two or three tiers the prisoners were given three meals flail those engaged in heav work. receiving .slightly more than the others. 25X1 25X1 II the prisoners were well treated and e a better e 25X1 than the local o ulation? the 25X1 25X1 other Wcamps were smaller n a e hysical layout was s imi ar to the one ri oz ys he camp 25X1 at Golitsyna seemed to have better and.leas p e barracks than any SECRET STATE X IARMY C NAVY AIR X J FBI JAEC . 11, : 'W . ea = s were on of the M 17 July -1953 (Note: Washington Distribution Indicated By "X"; Field Distribution By "#".) Approved For Release 2005/08/18 : CIA-RDP80-0081OA001700220003-6 Appro~red For Release 2005/08/18 ~IIAA--RDP80-0081OA001700 25X1 of the others. 25X1 no one would have assisted PWs. to escape, the even to a ure war the attitude of the Soviet people. toward PWs,1 and their willingness to help them escape would depend on the treatment afforded 56viets in areas occupied by the enemy. SECRET Approved For Release 2005/08/18 : CIA-RDP80-0081OA001700220003-6