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June 27, 1955
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Approved For Release 2008/06/09: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA007400790008-9 CLASSIFICATION, Fast Germany COUNTRY -'LACE OBTAINED EPORT Military Activities in XVP Korpe Nord 25X1 EVALUATION_ DATE OF CONTENT DATE OBTAINED- REFERENCES- 2 PAGES ENCLOSURES (NO. & TYPE) REMARKS- PREPARED 27 June 1955 a high percentage of personnel from the Kavallerie Kaserne in Pasewalk was discharged between mid=April and late Aril 1955t,'The previous occupation strength had apparently not yet been reached in aeZly June. 25X1 t, Between late April and early June, groups of recruits, numberinf; 4 to 60 men, continually arrived at the installation, Part df' the recruits came by truck from Pasewalk to ruenfeichen and toward Forst Neuezikrugo 2 X1 the signal battalion received 90 recruits? 25X1 3, On 17 may.- an Effie er briefing. was held in the Pasewalk casino by General Rentsch, whose staff was still stationed in the Kavallerie Kaserna;, and by the chief of the Soviet advisorea A second meeting, which involved approximately 250 KVP officers, was held bettwweenyI and 6 June. Some of the Soviet advisors were allegedly exchanged in early May~~ 4 In Llay, intensive driving practice was held outside of the irAallation? 5., In early Juno, the Honachol MMagazin was still occupied to capacity by special. vehicles and heavy weapons including 45-x+ and 57-am AT guns, and 85''mu, it guns, 122-mm and 152-mm artillery pieces and radio trucks,2 6;. The former Landes Krankenhaus (hospital), which was occupied by KVP, was to be turned over soon to civilian authorities. 7:. A bread factory was under construction north of the Pasewalk-Stettin railroad line, east of Pasewalk, and a ba'~acks installation, allegedly for ransport police, was under construction west of the Pasewalk-Friedberg road? 8Q n 29 Mril. 80 recruits each arrived in Jatznik and Pasewalk and, on 10 Lie y. 25X1 77 and 89 recruits arrived in Jatsnik god Passwalk respectively aboard an express train from the direction of .Stralsund. 9.., A KVP member who had been discharged on 15 April in Pasewalk after 2 years of service stated that the first recruits arrived in Pase~valk during the night, of 14/15 April .5 (Z`. iF CAST! Approved For Release 2008/06/09: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA007400790008-9 Approved For Release 2008/06/09: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA007400790008-9 SECRET 10? About ` Aprils it was learned that KVP units would socn start to be 25X1 rotated to the Rosenort training grounds, The ,"'aldsiedlung (settlement) near the Wallensteinslager foreateres house was reportedly to be turned over to the KVP and a loafing ramp was to be built on the small-gauge railroad line there, ~Commentj The 4avallerie Kaserne in Pasewalk is believed to be occupied by the Hq Korps Nord under Brigadier General Rentzsch, Fizenfeichen south of Neubrandenburg by the lnur En and the beuenkrug Forest (Stallberg) by the How Arty Re tt, the AT Retrrt and the ,arty Ron Dn of the Corps, Comment, It is untie grmine'd whether the Trehicles and weapons 3; 4c r' 0 60, were Ln need Of repair or/they were to to exchanged,, ~ Collment0 L_ under construction, the bakery which was Comment The reruits which arrived in Jatznik, are believed o ve been bound for the bech Div F,gesin or for the units of the Fitz Rifle Div Prenzlau which were stationed in Irroegeheide:, etc)0 :cnt 9 Individual KTP members with :~,ess than k3 years of service were presumably discharged within the frame work of the recenW, discharge program for special ?easozVs (o5 cknea>3, inefficiency C entn The area southwest of Graal in the Mostock Heath is known as UP-training area and was used in the fall of 19540 pre. dcainantly by unite of the 2d. Mtz Rifle Regt from hostock0 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 Approved For Release 2008/06/09: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA007400790008-9