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February 6, 1951
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COUNTRY SUBJECT 25X1 PLACE ACQUiRE.D DATE OF INFO. Approved For Release ? P8416G:gAt 6ci CLASSIFICATION sEcrtir CENTRAL INTELLi2.-.E.Wit?. AG'.E.Nelf FE))ER,g`lrE?KI Ge2many Mussian Zone) Soviet ffilita:u Uovem ato IFRO06900020001-7 REPORT NO,, OD O. 25X1 DISTR. 6 Ysionla27 1951 SOPLEMENV TO 7.E.PORT NO,, 703C MOZCE1130,7 C3illiA700 10.7r300/117.02 DUG TDD 02 TE3 COMO 67111703 177=211 VIZ :1130.01P0 02 171G 0SM01`30C .1 U. C. Ar.,0 MI, CV 011E07,22).VD 0CIJICS103 CD TM CEISCIMCQ Pail =TM= CO AM 1:3110n00 C CO 0/134.0.MCDOZ:39 m=7.1 E3 P0$2. memo cg UV. 032C32007.7.311 02 7:11C RCM SC Is+00:1803`730. 25X1 25X1 -0 ThSIS UNEVALUArED INFORMATION During the nights of 29 and 30 November :;h_ree trains carrying a total of 90 to 100 guns og about 150 m;TA were observed on the Cottbus-CaIau railroad line, C1) 2, The f llowing military raL. 5 and 7 Decemberg WYwent, One boxcar with military good Three b*xcers with military goo .i One boxcar with military goods Two boxcars with ration supplies Empty shuttle-trai of 54 boxcars Eight boxcars, and 1 flatcar with military goods whipmeYLts ,L73'7.9MfAP Kummersdorf to Muellrosc 5 Deml! Muellrose to berswaide 5 December MuaIlrose to Kirchmoeser 5 December Frankfurt/Oder M elIrose 5 December Gere.a-aen to Erfult 5 December NlVer0 t :Xuestrin-aietz 5 December observed between 6 CONFIDENTIAL CLASSIFiafA. I 7), BiA17. NSIRD !Arne,' sTly T- 2: FBIrt This document is hereby regraded to CONFIDENTIAL in accordance with the letter of 18 October 1978 from the Director of Central Intollicence to the Approved For Release 2003/08/06 : CIA-RDF182:100AURAMPOSVaals.7 Next Review Date: 2008 25X1 25X1 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/08/06 : CIA-MNEW CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY .2- -,,t,:.......,....... Two tut:cars? anC. Frinl',,zfuri.:Jdor t,....) 4 flatcars with. I.,-ueri7t,::,,nuaide eiFht r:0-m-., AA il 7.) ;Ind D7. Three boxcar t; batteries One boxcar with military goods Two boxcars with military ;1:oods: Fourteen boxcars vdth rye Five boxcars wit"; military ,l'oods; Four boxcars, and two flatcars with Three containnrs; 3. Thc following Sovic) 9 Decelber: laimmazt Eight bmcars wit;a Dilitary goods Fifty-T7o b=cars with 721 tons of ammunition Thirty-four 2?.ln4azed trucks ?Forty-five damags'l trucks Three boxcars witA miltery goods rorlin-Oberscoon- eLde to Mue1171-ose 6 Deceter Lli.auedorsdorl to TAloilrose December Brest-Litovsk to Veltsn 6 Decenlber Vuerstenbel'g to Yi:Aelirose 7 Dectom.ber BreFt-Litovsk to Euellrosc 7 December Brest-Litovsk to Falkenber3 on Lister Riwo 7 DeceDb1,7x rail shipments wore observed betT?oen 7 ad Brest-Litosk o 1,'"2e11rose 7 December Brest-Litorsk to Toerchln December Brost-Litovsk to KoonigswsterhEtusen 3 Dec-embez Brost:-Lito.vsk to 1,:,)enigsvusterhausen 9 December Brest-Litovsk to jasson 9 Docoribe CONFIDENTIAL Approved For Release 2003/08/06 : CIA-RDP82-00457R006900020001-7 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/08 ';.. = A -RDP82-0 4 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY -3- 006 i -IT- fl Orrei2i3obf 25X1 ghlyeega Fxa 25X1 Nin* new trucks Brest-Litovsk to C7.1 Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf 9 December Forty tank cars with fuel Drest-Litovsk to err, Velten 9 December 25X1 4, The daily volume of leave traffic between 7 and 9 December averaged 440 troops going to Brest-Lit vsk and 750 coming from Brest-Litovsk. The second leave train which arrived daily from the U.S.S.R. usually carried 150 officers, most of whom wore red-b rdered black epaulets and golden epaulets with red stripes some of them with artillery insignia. (3) * 5. The following military shipments passed through Kuestrin between 30 November and 9 December? gejle SWOODWA 30 November Eleven boxcars and ten gondola cars with Ammunition 2 December 4 December 5 Deeember 6 December 0 December 10 December Plogtann Eastbound, from direction of ';%erbig- Three boxcars and Eastbound from direction ten eondola cars of Fran!:furt/Oder military goods Empty shuttle-train .:Iestbound toward of 20 coaches and Frankfurt/Odor (4) 21 boxcars Eight boxcars and one flatoer with military geiods Empty shuttle-train of 6o boxcars Twenty-one boxcars with troops l'ne boxcars with toops, 26 empty bexcars, and one gondola ear Eastbound, from direction of Frankfurt/Oder Eastbound, from direction of Werbig (5) estbound toward Frankfurt/Oder (5) 'iestbound toward Franl.:furt/Oder (5) 6. On 6 December 1950, fourteen empty converted boxcars and 35 loaded boxcars passed through DY.estriny eastbound. 5) The leave train which arrived at 1,-rankfurt/0der from Brest - Litovsk at 4 p.m. n.7 Deceeber was occupied to capacity by military personnel, 65 pereent of whom were officers who were registered in the Hofbauer Kaserne and subsequently reassigned to units in the Soviet zone of Gernany. (3) 70 CONHDEN !AL Approved For Release 2003/08/06 : CIA-RDP82-00457R006900020001-7 ((n(M, Approved For Release 2003/a.FA-RDPSIA0457 6-scidoi2ottMl-it CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY -4- 80 Two flatcars carrying crated airplanes were .bserved at the Cottbus railroad station at 10 a,m, on 8 December. 9, On 9 December, 50 flatcars carrying damaged trucks arrived in Frankfurt/Oder, coming from Brest-Litovsk, The 4 pi leave train from Brest-Litovsk was occupied to capacity, (3) 25X1 Oprm.rp.t_A, 25X1 (1) eompare with rercrts Ion the arrival of guns f various types frcm the U.SS,R.? during the periodsfrom 17 November to 5 December. According t the reference report and %;:fle presel:Az report, a total of about 200 guns cf 100 to 150 mm and 103 AA guns of 37 to 50 mm arrived in the Soviet Zone of Gereany. 25X1 (2) (3) 25X1 (4) (5) 25X1 60, 25X1 25X1 The rep 'rt does not indicate any changes m the Lily vellerte of leve traffic over the last report' See The influx of many officers continued throughout the servation, and it can be stated with a fair degree *f c rtainty that all officers processed through the Hofbauer Kaserne in Frankfurt/Oder came to the Soviet Zone of Germany for the first time, The shuttle-train probably carried soldiers, due for discharg to the U.S.S.R, Compare witL previous information on the rrival of enlisted per- sonnel aboard tw* trai s during the second half of November. See ? . It is possible that the empty estbound shuttle train ebserved on 6 December was to pick up additional personnel for shipment to the Soviet Zone of Germny. It must still be de- termined whether the new personnel are specialists, recruits, coming in behind schedule, or personnel assigned to new units, the activation of which seems probable in view of the increased volume of incoming shipments of artillery pieces and AA gens, --iy9i1-1,T CONFIDE TAL Approved For Release 2003/08/06 : CIA-RDP82-00457R006900020001-7 25X1