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February 28, 1951
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Approved For Release 2009/03/06: CIA-RDP82-00457ROO7200600005-8 TOPIC 'o riet litany hail cavo.r nts EVALUATION DATE OF CONTENT DATE OBTAMEDF REFERENCES -..~ assing through the 7ase:walk railroad station PAGES_ .~ . ENCLOSURES (NO. & WP E).. . .. .._ REMARKS.. According to a f.Uow-worker, howevory troop trains 30 1 t etr 20 and 31 January 1951 no military ahanmen.ts were seen at the 'furt freight yard were said to have paused through ?asewaLk during the nights of 20, 21 and 22 January-a The trains had come from ':aolgast and were bound for Meubraridenburg, (1) 2. Setvren 27 January and, 1 F br ry 1951,E the foll.os?ain- military shipments were bbsorved Two railroad cars with undeteriairied goods men Fr'ora?To and Date Five railroad cars with motor vehicles Two locomotives with an unidentified number of soldiers Six railroad care with ,.r .determined goods Seven i lroad cars with coal. Four railroad cars with undeterred goods p e"wa.13L/J3 Urf"Ic- us .DATE PREPARED 28 February 3951 Erfurt-Marba ch to Leip .g~P1ac its 27 Jam ^ry Oresddn to Meinin en 27 January Halle to 1.Mea.ningen 30 January Erfurt rbath to Cheanitz 31 January Muechein to Suhi 31 January Erfurt-Maarbaeh to Halle 1 February ita shi nts identified ~3Qt~ 1i(fl #J dIlC~ ~' A~1 CLASSIFICATION WCONTRO ~. -included z Ur U"I~'FICI S 0NNLL Document No. -------T------------ No Ch urge In C?IAA. n LJ O ~a:as:i 'e rss'5.~ hm iiaiC7-6==-"~'-[ Approved For Release 2009/03/06: CIA-RDP82-00457ROO7200600005-8 0 4V 25X1 25X1 25X1 Approved For Release 2009/03/06: CIA-RDP82-00457R007200600005-8 Shp nt TT/COIMITROL/DS 7a'ICIA.IS 0?CLY 2 Troop train of 48 boxcars and 6 flatcars Train of 45 boxcars, 11 flatcars and coaches with ammunition: Empty shuttle-train of 48 flatcars l'roop train of 24 boxcars and 7 flatcars Troop train of 39 boxcars, 9 flatcars and 2 tank cars Troop train of 34 boxcars, 9 flatcars and 2 tank cars Troop train of 34 boxcars and 9 flatcars Thirty-fiv boxcars with. Empty shuttle-train of 24 flatcars From: -To and Data Juatorbog-Altos Lager to Brandenburg-Altstadt 6 February Frankfurt/Oder to Jueterbo? 6 February Berlin-Awrnelsburg to Dobrilugk 6 February Jueterbog Altos Lager to Brandonbur, Altstadt 7 February erneuchen to Jueterbog-Altos Lager 8 February Plerneuchen to Juoterbogfltos Lager 8 February Jueterbo -Altet' Lager to BrandenburrJAltstadt 8 February Gerdauern to Jueterbog Altos Lager 8 F 3bruary (3) 0) (4) (4) (3) (5) Elsterwerda to Berlin-Schoeneweide 8 February 4. Military shipments observed between 7 and 9 February 1951 included: Shipment Two boxcars and one flatcar with trucks and trailers Bight flatcars with field kitchens Thirty boxcars with ammunition Twelve boxcars .,with aim unition and 14 flatcars as crash cars Eberswalde to Rad Saarow 7 February Fuerstenberg to Bad Saar ow 7 February Frankfurt/Odor to herswalde 7 Fe trruary frost-Litovsk to Toopchin 7 February Brest-Litovsk to Jueterbog 7 February 25X1 Approved For Release 2009/03/06: CIA-RDP82-00457R007200600005-8 Approved For Release 2009/03/06: CIA-RDP82-00457R007200600005-8 Three boxcars with Sixteen tank cars gasoline COTITROL/US OFFICIAL, a Or LT 3 brest.Litovsk to Velten 7 Feiruary with BrestI4tovsk to Six flatcars with field kitchens Five flatcars with field kitchens Five flatcars with field kitchens Five flatcars with field kitchens Fifty-five boxcars with soldiers Velten 7 February Frankfurt/Odor to Neustrelita 8 February Frankfurt/Odder to Neuruppin 8 February Frankfurt/Odor to 1 erstenberg 8 February Frankfurt/Oder to Dallgow Doeberitz 8 February From the direction of Kuestrim toward Cottbus 8 February Fifty-two boxcars and From the direction 5 gondola oars with of Kuestrin toward soldier. ? Cottbus 8 February Train of 43 boxcars with arsemulition and 12 flatcars as crash cars One boxcar with military goods One boxcarUPA, 5 flatcars with 5 trucks carrying electrical equipment Five flatcars with 5 trucks c3riyr]:} sear Brest-Litovsk toward Berlin 8 February Brest Litovsk to Lami.tseh 8 February frost-Litovsk to Luckenwaide 8 February Brost tovsk to Alten'abow C +, ,br uary" Thirty-seven tank cars Nrestitovsk to With casolane Two boxcars with military goods; Velten 8 February Brest-Litovsk to 9 Fe sib Nine boxcar; were unloaded in Frankfurt/ Oder (5) ~~/cortxao s OFD ICIr JSo ~?.y (5) 25X1 25X1 Approved For Release 2009/03/06: CIA-RDP82-00457R007200600005-8 Approved For Release 2009/03/06: CIA-RDP82-00457R007200600005-8 O JT:IOL/US Ol+'F!CI L ONLY 4 (1) (2) (3) (4) One boxcar with military goods; Brest.Ljtovsk to Bernau 9 February Frankfurt/Oder to Fuerstenberg 9 February Fourteen boxcars with Frankfurt/Oder to flour Zberswa3de 9 February One boxcar with military goods (6) Between 7 and 9 February 1951, fifty eight empty boxcars and 19 empty flatcars were dispatched from.Frankfurt/oiler to itu olsburg and I2 e: ity boxcars, 10 empty gondola cars and 22 e:.mty flatcars to Pucrstemialde; 55 empty tank cars went from Brost-Li.tovsk to 33orlin :7riezener fahnhof (Railroad station). (6) ^-)revious information p. Observations made. so far indict-ite that three to .five troop trains,, each of ICU to 53 railroad cars, are needed for the transportation of the personnel and equipment of the ground units assigned to one air rc4ment. ~i.nce the report mentions at least three troop trains, it is believed that the ground units of an unidentified fighter regir nt have been transferred 25X1 from Peeneauuende to feubrandenhurg airfield,, Comments. 25X1 T R3 trains are believed to have, carried air force personnel Confirms confirms the 117th Gds Utz ?ti. the 39th Gds Mtz rifle xveiningen until 31 Janu;ry.1951. onfirlna the i.tahth Gds .rr ration supply deaot in isrfurt/ until 1 February 1.951, . 25X1 `i`hes:: shipments are believed to involve air force personnel shipped in connection-with the current transfer of air force units in the Soviet Zone of Germany. Those shipmants from Juetorbog to Brandenburg may be -round units of the second of the two unidentified ground attack re,;ir>onts,prevlous-- 25X1 lytelieved to be stationed in JueterbogAltes Lasers The ground units of the other ground attack regiment were transferred to. Staakeri between 19 and 25 January 1951. The Brandenburg-Driest airfield is occupied by an unidentified fig for regiment: the Brandenburg-- Arado airfield is serviceable. 25X1 Pro3 ably the first incoming shipments of the ground units belon ing to the second of the two unidentified bomber re;.z.ionts stationed in ?"ernouchen. They arrived in Jueterho? after the airfield ?ras vacated by the ground attack rc-invents. The ground ?ei ito of the other bomber ro~-ir ent were trans-- f,.rred to Jueterbog between 19 and 25 January 1951. 25X1 (5) bomber regimontM- were observed at the Jueterbog-Altos Lager airfield for Probably further shipments of recruits arriving from the U.6.S. Compare similar observations made in 3'ran'rkfurt/over between 3 and C Fel.rinry 1951. The shipment reported C was oc.s? y identical to one o the t-o shi .rents which were o sere (6) The large yiumtaer o3 a cars serving as crash cars and the arrival on 7 and 8 February 1951 of 29 flatcars with field kitchens is striking. The dispatch of empty flatcars toward Brost Litovsk via. Fr.nkf'urt/Oder as oi,serYed between 25 January and 14 February may have been connected with the shipments reported i- iTUUOL/US OFF IG A LS ONLY 36 :> .13-2s -, one Approved For Release 2009/03/06: CIA-RDP82-00457R007200600005-8 Approved For Release 2009/03/06: CIA-RDP82-00457R007200600005-8 Approved For Release 2009/03/06: CIA-RDP82-00457R007200600005-8