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December 22, 2016
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July 25, 1950
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Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2012/02/01 : CIA-RDP82-00457R005600290002-1 UUINrILJt N I NHL Soviet Zone of Genjjn 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 United States. TOPIC..,...,? w.vt v a v v 44W4-L.16 EVALUATION DATE OF CONTENT DATE OBTAINED DATE PREPARED 95_; . REFERENCES PAGES - ENCLOSURES (No. & TYPE) REMARKS A train carrying 52 new trucks was an route from the U.S.S.R to Chemnitz Hilbersdorf on 24 June 19SO, 4 The rail shipments observed on 5 July 1950 included the fo].v lowin'r 4 52 crates containing aircraft parts, and two bc..vars oooud pied by AF persornal was seen on 2?3 June 19500 The train came from Falkenhasen and was bound for Brest Litovsk. (2) O A 50-boxcar troop train carrying 1,500 soldiers wearing black- bordered crimson epaulets was seen on the Ouben-Frankfurt /0dea Berlin line on 3 July 1950? (3) 2. A train of an -undeter::tained number of freight oars carrying Shim . t From-Too 10 RR care with ammunition 6 RR cars with ammunition 10 RR. cars. with ammunition 5 RR care with ammunition 7 RR cars with ammunition 26 tank care con- taining gasoline U.S.S.R. to Dannenwalde to Roederau to Alton . f;rabow to snow to Alten? hame to Velten CONFIDENTIAL 50X1-HUM IN ACCI 'IP?ATI0N SEC T-CONTROL/US OFFICIALS ONT,&'"`1 50X1-HUM REPORT Docu e Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2012/02/01 : CIA-RDP82-00457R005600290002-1 Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2012/02/01 : CIA-RDP82-00457R005600290002-1 CONFIDENTIAL S ' AIT-CONTROL/U'S Cx VICIAAIA ONLY 2 Troops on furlough in trains from Frankfurt/Odes to Barest Litovsk were observed at a rate of 150 per day on and after 24 June 1950. The number of troops increased to 500 per day from 2 to 5 July 1950, (4) Troops arriving in Frankfurt/Oder from Brest Litovsk still averaged 1,000 per day during that period m (5) 6, Two hundred soldiers arrived at the Techentin airfield aboard 50X1-HUM a train from Frankfurt/Oder the night of 1 July 19500 They wore red-bordered black epaulets, black-bordered black epaulets and (1) u dip eiit ....., (2) Possibly parts of wrecked aircraft The AF personnel presumably went to the UoSAS,R for leave or demobilization, (3) Presumably a train with recruits going to the Soviet Zone of Germany, possibly via Forst. (4) Possibly soldiers due for demobilization. It is hard to dis- tinf?uish between personnel going on leave and personnel to be d Is charged a (5) Presumably the daily leave train :1u-42, going from Frankfurt to Brest Litovsk, and 'Ru-p. l running in the other direction. The train has a capacity of about 1,000 men. The soldiers were either recruits or personnel returning from furlough. In the latter case, the unusually large volwne of troops returning from furlough may be ind- cative of a recall ahead of schedule. 50X1-HUM CONFIDENTIAL :3EC T-C01 THOL/U S OFFICIALS ONLY Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2012/02/01 : CIA-RDP82-00457R005600290002-1