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Approved For Release 2008/04/08: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA005400090010-5 I I CLASSW1CATK}t COUt'RY met Germany REPORT TOPIC Soviet Ration Supply Depot at S.atzkorn EVALUATION DATE OF CONTE DATE OBTAINED REFERENCES 3 PAGES REMARKS PLACE OBTAINED) DATE PREPARED 26 Cctooer 11-54 25X1 The following is a complete list of Soviet incoming shipments of the ration suprly depot at Satzkorn in 1. Incoming Shipments: Load Salt eggs tomato f lour hulled barley millet rice tea biscuits chocolate lard makhorka oats canned fish fish fish cereals cereals paes groats canned meat pulp and on_-.t=ro' n;, rail September l 4: Brest-Litovsk 51 Leipzig Heidenau Riesa '!urzen ha.lbers',.dt Stassfurt undetermined TWerder Approved For Release 2008/04/08: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA005400090010-5 Approved For Release 2008/04/08: CIA-RDP80-00810A005400090010-5 swfiE~ 2. Out jng $bipr es : fl iesa, harbour Kaulsdorf, bakery A1ten#rabow Neubukow Koenigsborn Jueterbog Dresden-Neustadt Wuensdorf Chemnitz- Hilbersdorf Chernnitz- Altendorf Rostock-BramOw Rathenow-North Altenburg Gera Aue Beelitz Bernburg Magdeburg Kirehinoeeser Kapen Bad Elster Brandenburg Prora Peeneruende Leipzig Wahren Berlin Friedrichsh Load Number of Cars in ,ep ternber 10, B 44 I 30 B 30 B 31 r 7 B 3r 2 B Approved For Release 2008/04/08: CIA-RDP80-00810A005400090010-5 25X1 25X1 Approved For Release 2008/04/08: CIA-RDP80-00810A005400090010-5 Frankfurt/Oder Poltawa Stalingrad Gorki crockery, empty.bags scales 1 B l . IG The volume of incoming supply shipments at the GS G food ration s depot in Satzkorn amounted to 210 carloads and, thus, during the Wed quarter of 1954 is below the average volume. The average vo1, amounted to 290 carloads. The rate of shipments coming directly ftr the U. was 122 carloads. The cereals from the food factories is Ieea and Wurzen were also produced from grain irrrorted from the tS. Fo ration shipments from the zone, except for salt, were low. ar nterzone. ratm supply shipments used in August were exchanged it September. Return shipments of empty Com tt. The shipment-record numbers The following installation until September 1954: the ratieh Supply depot of the Third Shock Army in Koenigsborn the ration suppler depot of the Twenty-Fourth Air Army in Jueter g-A.ltes Lager the ration simply depot of the First Gds Mecz Army in Dresden-Neustadt an administrative office in the uranium mining area (?) an aAnini.strati're office of the navy in Rostock-Braxmow an office with the Hq IV Arty Corps the administration of the medical department with the Hq GSFG the GSFG ration supply depot in Frankfurt/Oder is reported for the first time. Approved For Release 2008/04/08: CIA-RDP80-00810A005400090010-5