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Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP80-00810A007500280007-5 kiL,rr00I r I'H I I V -v 0IUttM_ THIS IS UNEVALUATED INFORMATION a. The -First preliminary project provides for the construction of a harbor located north of Grossen-Klein. The approach channel is ache uled to be 80 meters wide, and provide aoceos to the largest type of overseas ships. ten amount of 80,000,0001is provided for the curly installations and 18,000,000 for railroad tracks. The total?axnount v,auid, be 468,000,000. The first period of construction is fixed at- and ;Years and the second period at 4 years. b. The second project provides for harbor installations south of Grosses-Klein, also with a chagnel width of 80 meters, and quay installations for O0,000,000 atc 18,000,000/ aallrosd installations, amounting to a tctal sun of 532,000,000. The :drat building period is fixed at 7 years, the second building pe-r'od at five years. c. The third project provides the construction of a harbor at Scbmarl. The channel width is scheduled to be 150 meters, quay plants are provided for 82,000,000, railroad installations for 20,000,0C0 and .1-total expenditure would amount to 720,000,000. The first period of construction was to be 8 years and the second period of construction 5 years. COUNTRY East Germany SUBJECT ACQUIRED DATE OF INFO. conce .:'xlg the expansion ofEast German -p rests to overseas harbors.' THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS INFORMATION AFFECTING THE NATIONAL DEFENSE OF THE UNITED STATES. WITHIN THE MEANING OF TITLE 18, SECTIONS 793 AND 794, OF THE U. S. CODE, AS AMENDED. ITS TRANSMISSION OR REVEL- ATION OF ITS CONTENTS TO OR RECEIPT BY AN UNAUTHORIZED PERSON IS PROHIBITED BY LAW THE REPRODUCTION OF THIS FORM IS PROHIBITED. 1. The Cabinet Council is present discussing; three preliminar,? projects Expansion of East Germw-i Ports to Overseas Harbor Size 25X1 DATE DISTR. 8 August 1955 NO. OF PAGES 1 Z 25X1 NO. OF ENCLS. (LISTED BELOW) SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO. t Tiu.,aa,''.? ha boc, which is nearl V ; coup ,e Ye as-such t .- --- Exposed to danger because all ,os$ibilities will be itself is riot considered 2. In this connection the possibility of linking the inl:ets.d. waterways with the sea by the construction of a canal will be examined. The first alternative provides for the construction of a canal ecrnecting Rostock with the Plauor, See (Lake Plau) using .the W7arnow-Nebel waterways, while the' second alternative provides for a canal from Groifswald to the Peene River continuing to the Upper-Havel Waterways. However, these two alternatives could be an economic scheme only on condition that the waterways joining them also are expanded. A rough preliminary estimate so fir indicated a total amount of between 350,000,000-end 400,000,000.0 'r,t_._zrred-that-amnts cited.r i .,I. -25X1 I CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY REPORT INFORMATION REPORT CD NO. AIR FBI - Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP80-00810A007500280007-5 Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA007500280007-5 Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA007500280007-5 Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP80-00810A007500280007-5 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY REPORT N L~lt( , v I D co. DATE D R 8 August 1955 SUBJECT era.nsion of East Gem= Par s to Overseas NO OF PAGES Harbor Size PLACE ACQU0RED DATE OF INFO. 7 T, No. OF ENC S. CU3TEf BELOW1 SUPPLEMENT TC REPORT r M. 'MS t;S UNEVALUATED 46>-70RMA N' lo -!,c .c _ ,l:ree pro1i::,ir.a rr cc"cU o i;a;J~.:,ac"c Council is ,:a'esenlly 't:ic^?zOsWL, 25X1 CC2 C? '!;1?Tx: ~'LC? C` ::~:.C Cfl of ']i:,` V CC ,--,-.an ~iorts to ova..' oa.^ as 7 T- :; ` -? '? ~r' _ `c s.,. ,: a 3 ~.'aa Z J"p is considered "' :i~Y? .Lw...~O~'' 61:_iC1i :.'.:. Y1Cr Gt7i;l?~F~. ..,.t~ w._.:. expoood to ria ''r ofi he ro} Lmit o :ohard C^ ""W's reasca, 02 ' o Jib:..l7,.t'+_es will ~JC' r?VO v'Gi'JO J.CO ' o o tCc i i'^~,1 1< T> G ort o~ .. ~C UCi?. f tN'oW i , no. c:..is i G erect o SIG T7U:_'~.': YIC.:127 c~1. .au ioCitt c1c The MO y 2.rta111.i...lli:irj a rojoct proVides for the construction of. a r?Ili.e ~'? 1?.~'li m J. L Qxbor loc::.tcd north of Crosson-Min. Me dy`proach c1?:Lh ncl is ac:.edulod to be CO ne=re o wide, and provide acepss to talc lorCost t; :e of overseas :;hips. ;n amount of C0,0009000"ic : rovidod for the /~~ ~~}} n OC/~ ra+~lrV~'.l o L V~'{~.rV. . "143, TLC c `~ quay a.?:~;tr:~.11C.V1tJ.l'y~ !.w ae, tL11.~.6 ~.V 9Q``~~q 5?!0(~ V for d total .~.. ~e channel ridth 5.s sohodulad to be 0 ne :,erc ; quay axe provided for C2v000,0u0,rn.is.roaw ?.nstallotiono for 09000,OOO0cnd Mal o ~`t re :aoulc~ "mount to /209000,000, o first cor.LZt2:Ltction ta e:?L"'F7.t~.d. uU to be 0 years and the second criod o c:!nstract.on. 5 years 2., In .1_!. connection the possibility of linkin" t'n , inla;_?{i uaterun w with the sea by the conotr'uctjen of a canal 021 be exaai nod , 7 ho first alternative provides f on %o construction of a canal cc.nnecting ostocl: