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December 20, 2016
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January 4, 2006
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May 23, 1950
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INTELLOFAX 117 Approved For RelCl? r?ii"SIFICAT 4ON N"JW R005100680003-2 COLA R 1 ~~~31 l' ':ill}'. ? fl f l.r r'37^ 1tTi T1 a ---REPORT N OlalC Sn~r icat ~nrt7r1 ;c nt, and "i 1 i t,arv Tn n n c,t inn ?Frnm llnr~1-1a4r1 DATE PREPARED.,. 27) i it 10 s; SOURCE `'tvC informants of different degrees of reliability. a. Unusually many 18 to 20-year-old soldiers, wearing red-bordered black epaulets? moved by truck from the troop training grounds to the barracks at the eastern gate on 25 iuarch 1950. They seemed to be recruits,. ba Five to six hundred recruits got out of 14 box- cars at the railroad station. They left on trucks c. Wier trucks seen at the eastern gate had the 3, Identification of documents: 25X1 25X1 25X1 Envelope addressed to a solder nos tmarked 4 March 1950, examined by Censor shin mai1ad by a soldier I r'4 tt C; CIPWIATtf1R! SE ET/CGi'TRAL, CONFIDENTIAL Approved For Release 2006/01/10 : CIA-RDP8p This document is hereby regraded to CONFIDENTIAL in accordance with the letter of 16 October 1978 from the Director of Central Intelligence to the Archivist of the Unite Sg't es ~~5~Ot068 68803 Approved For Release 2006/01/10 : CIA-RDP82-00457R005100680003-2 CONFIDENTIAL SECkZ.,T/CONTROL/US OFFICLILS ONLY EnveloDe addressed to a soldier of Unit mined by censorship Office 25X1C Letter addressed to a soldier of Unit :1 dated 6 March 1950, examined by Censorship Office 25X1C tter addressed to a soldier of Unit - aated 3 IiLardi 1950, examined by Cons ship Office 25X1C comment Replacements from the Soviet Union for the 1st Meez Div. Similar observations were made at other military ;postso It is believed that a larger number of recruits arrived in the Soviet Zone of Germany from the Soviet Union in ,,,.arch 1950. *as only one train exclusively occupie4 by recruits was seen on the Brest-Berlin line on 20 derch 1950 it is assumed that the replacements were shipped on occaalonnl cars attached to freight trains frora the Soviet Union. 25X1A *** SEORET/CONTROL/US OFFICIALS 0IaLY CONFIDENTIAL Approved For Release 2006/01/10 : CIA-RDP82-00457R005100680003-2 pos tmarkced' 8 -arch 1950, exa=,