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June 3, 1954
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25X1 ILLEGIB a 1 T1 at. Berlin ObOlrs ?t ane~te c!e _ w win 25X1 sus.`. =w . C w m" ma.l.. t with jeep si, :}1c blocks C-hevio] t cylinder black LIS eyiinder b .eeke 5CTS~ CIO Approved, For teiease 2003/08107: CIA-RDP80-00810A004101060003-6 25X1 STWBUTMN Approved For Release 2003/08/07 : CIA-RDP80-0081OA004101060003-6 25X1 SECR,x 25X1 Grinders Drilling machines Iron stoves ZIS cylinder heads Cardan shafts Brake drums for ZITS vehicles g w ar from Zeesen between I November 1953 and 25 March. 19541 Brake drums for Willis 200 vehicles Casings for gasoline pumps 200 Tool boxes Work benches Rail vehicles Side levers Mobile wt lding equipment 2407ember De comber Jana Qb 20 The following is a list of old engines in want of overhaulin hich rived in Obarsohonnsmus +Am 21t,udebaker Chevrolet Ord ,I-!',, IIia 10 15 100 50 15 50 100 100 100 500 50000 4,500 4,000 4000 500 65 20 20 a. 3 The follr~k ins new engines were shipped from Oberschoeneweide to'Zeesen: ZIS Studebaker Chevrolet Ford Hillis 110 80 123 4p500 100 200 100 60 115 130 80 45 60 March 200 1.20 80 80 10 10 - 30 40 45 50 50 60 95 200 80 130 80 80 60 40 55 50 50 5 20 40 47 60 20 15 33 1 SECR"T 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/08/07 : CIA-RDP80-0081OA004101060003-6 SECII T 25X1 4, The following cylinder blocks and spare parts were dispatched by rail from Obsrs h e oeneweide during the period under review; Date Number of Cars Load 2 'N'ovember 200 Studebaker .1nder blocks spe re parts 200 Studebaker cylinders blocks 1 100 ZIS cylinder blocks 1 150 Willis cylinder blocks 450 cylinder heads 200 boxes with spare parts 200 Studebaker, cylinder blocks 18 November 2 3 ..000 000 C ardan shafts undetermined and 150 boxes with tools 30 November 2 2 Bec ;mbar 1 1 15 necember 2 30 December 2 January Approved For Release 2003/08/07 : CIA-RDP80-0081OA004101060003-6 25X1 250 Studebaker cylinder blocks ecgiv#- ,.Sfiaa-tion 1, 50O. .,C ardan t ha-fts spare parts and tools 250 iron stoves Ketschendorf 250 rail vehicles 200 ZIS cylinder blocks Brost Litovsk 250 Willis cylinder blocks x:_50 cylinder heads 500 boxes with spar parts 5,000 Cardan shafts P-40 ZIS cylinder blocks Brest Litovsk 5,000 Cardan shafts spare parts and tools 400 71IS cylinder blocks Brest I itovsk 1.00 cylinder heads spare p7,rts 4,000 C ardan shafts 8PICR 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/08/07 : CIA-RDP80-0081OA004101060003-6 Approved For Release 2003/08/07 : CIA-RDP80-00810A004101060003-6 25X1 SECRB 28 January I :1 e3 February 3 _ I ZIS cylinder blocks rail vehicles 25X1 43,000 C ardan shafts Brest Litovsk 1,20 ZIS cylinder blocks 120 Studebaker cylinder blocks spare parts 20 February 2 240 ZIS cylinder blocks Ketschendorf ?AO Studebaker cylinder blocks 2 snare parts and tools 15 March 4 400 ZIS cylinder blocks Brost Litovsk 2 spare parts On 30 November, an air force unit turned in 10 Studebaker chassis which were to be fitted with workshop bodies. Other material that arrived in Oberechoeneweide durink the period of observation included carloads of old tank chains and tank wheels which were to be used in the awundry: several carloads of tank wheels which were to be finished at the shots, and numerous carloads of sand for the fo4nclry0 ff, The rail cars consist of a platform mounted on four wheels which have a gauge of 750 mm0 Each of the vehicles is fitted with a carrying device adjustable in hir?ht and designed to support the axle of a motor vehicle. Two su?ch?:i wa' ..a. ;, carry one rotor vehicle? The rail cars are apparently used by large enterprises, In mid--Bocember, a model car, similar to a jeep but about 1 meter longer and '.dth a su rstructure with windows, was turner{ in at the shop, 0n hundred -,I -,(-,h eh.icles were to be delivered. These small buses were provided w1 vehicles h seats for about 11. to 14 persons. The extension of the jeep chassis was made at- Zeeser, _- hi1e the bus superatructurs was fitted in Oborschoeneweide m Since riid Fobc? uar.~ 1954 the vehicles have been provided with =urstructuros of small trucks which had .O-cr sidewalls and bows for tarpaulins. 25X1 In early Ia.rch. trucks I of the motor vehicle repair shop t Leirzjg picked upa spare Ixa.r'us and ZI$ cylinder blocks at Oberschoeneweideo The vehicles from Leipzig picked up material once a rnontht- The side levers are about 40 to 50 cm high and rest, on an oval socket r asuring about 15 x 25 amp They are cast in the foundry and finished in seattons No I and IIm Each workshop truck war : `itted with such a device, Side levers not umed at the plant were re urm~a.~~x shipped to the equipment depot at Itetschend rfe The mobile Afeldixtg .ts ar; flat vehicles mounting devices for autogenous welding. 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/08/07 : CIA-RDP80-00810A004101060003-6 Approved For Release 2003/08/07 : CIA-RDP80-00810A004101060003-6 010. 25X1 25X1 10. Officers in key positions at the plant in late November 1953 Included Colonel Zulemov (fnu) as chiefs Colonel Nikolayov'fnu) deputy chief,, and Lieutenant Colonel Pavlov c(fnu) a4 r ijt. The production figures again prove that the plant in Betliri 25X1 .n o% -0berachoenowoi de is a very important installation for the manufacture of as o't,or vehicle parts rather than a repair plant. It deserves s;. cial attention, he high production figu a of ardars shaft which are e~ c aivelay shipped to the USSR is of interest. The report indicates that the production of those sh&fts was started in July or Au ust 1953 and, since Sep fiber 1953, 4,500 units have. been produced per month,, Contrary to Soviet announcements this .information shows that not all important production enterprises were returned to the German economy and that compulsory export is continued, 25X1 LLIQ0- The connection between Berlin..Oberschoeneweide and Zeesen, which is probably the most important motor vehicle spare part depot of the GOFG.7 are known. 25X1 Cq 3n?4,, .Another GOFG motor vehicle spare part depot is located in Leipzig. l e trucks belong to the Rear Service of the GOFG in Leipzig..- 25X1 , Cn g9gL,Colonel Zulemnov (feu) is known as chief of the work shop? He is believed to have succeeded Colonel Yeramia (f'nu) who had been reassigned to Moscow in mid- 19532 allegedly because of his friendly attitude toward the Germans. (oionel F ikolayov (fnu) is know as I officer. Liewtenant Colonel Pavlov was nllegedly the new chief of the repair shop at Zeeson in mid-19520 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/08/07 : CIA-RDP80-00810A004101060003-6