Document Type: 
Document Number (FOIA) /ESDN (CREST): 
Release Decision: 
Original Classification: 
Document Page Count: 
Document Creation Date: 
December 21, 2016
Document Release Date: 
March 11, 2009
Sequence Number: 
Case Number: 
Publication Date: 
February 1, 1952
Content Type: 
PDF icon CIA-RDP82-00457R010300170004-9.pdf108.79 KB
Approved For Release 2009/03/11: CIA-RDP82-00457R010300170004-9 Q R ATION REPORT r~;OUNTRY Germany (Russian Zone) SUBJECT Miscellaneous Military Activity PLACE ACQUIRED DATE OF INFO, AND 7B4. OF THE V. S. CODA. AS AMINDAD- 138 TRANSNISSIOR OR RiVi8 ATIOH OF ITS CONTENTS TO OR RECEIPT UV AN UNAUTHORIZED PERSON IA PROHIBITED BT LAW THE REPRODUCTtOR OF THIS FORM 15 PROHISIT21). CLASSIFICATIWOM -1 ?- U.S. OFFICI?t.LS ONLY Srr t1R!TY MFORr ATT0N U.~F~K14 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, REPORT NO. stopped in Schwiebus, headed in the direction of Germany. 25X1 commissioned officers and 1)4 men armed with tommy-guns and carbines. 2. On 17 October 1951, a shipment of German locomotives and "brigade cars" DATE DISTR 1 Feb z, 1952 NO. OF PAGES NO. OF ENCLS (LISTED BELOW SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO Ni KM T rIDri ii A-rr 1. On 17 October 1951, a train left Frankfurt/Oder with 17 G-cars of industrial goods and 30 flat cars of boxed machines and machine parts from Magdeburg and Brandenburg/Ravel. The Soviet escort consisted of 1 captain, 3 non- also seen at Frankfurt/Oder. Velten, stopped at the switching yards in er. Six G-cars with military supplies destined for Field post t Falkenberg were 25X1 3. On 22 October 1951, 12 tank cars of gasoline destined for Field post 10 cm. The tracked vehicles resembled the German i u0 seat and mounting aircraft-type machine guns. It is possible that 8-10 G-cars carrying personnel on a side track belonged to this shipment. The antitank guns had twin decks, about 4 meters long barrels, and a calibre of 25X1 the Biala station. It carried 12 completely covered tanks, 12-14 trucks and about 10 Glcars with enlisted personnel. Only the gun-barrels of the tanks projected from the canvas covers; they were equipped with muzzle caps but apparently not with muzzle brags. At Brest-Litovsk on 29 October 1951, a shipment arrived from Poland at 1700 hours carrying 12 tanks and 8 half-tracked armored vehicles, as well as !t G-cars with enlisted personnel. The tanks were T 3)'s. The half- tracks had an ordinary deck forward and a seat for 6 men. On the same day at 2000 hours, a train of 40 G--cars each carrying 25 men armed with carbines 25X1 and sub machine guns left Brest-Litovsk. The men were aged 18-20 years and had black and red epaulets. were 45 young officers among them. This _ shipment went to Berlin Adlershof. Document No. -------- No Change In fl D$~la.. . , _J Class. E.1-1 ye r S Auth.: LA s Date: --- S P---- STATE ARMY NAVY AIR 0 ROL - UsS. 0 i Approved For Release 2009/03/11: CIA-RDP82-00457R010300170004-9 On 29 October, a military freight train without locomotive was standing at