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Approved For Release 99/09/24: CIA-RDP83-00423ROO2000WO03-2 r-e-7a 7 7 SEE BOTTOM OF PAGE FOR ADDITIONAL SPECIAL CONTROLS, IF ANY INFORMATION REPORT H contains in ion affecting the Thi National of the U United ited Sta ates within the ational N meaning of the e Laws, Title 18, U. S. U.S.C. PREPARED AND DISSEMINATED BY Seca. 793 and 794, the tr ion or revelation of which in any manner to an rized per- CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY son Is prohibited by law. COUNTRY C 2Z'TC1i3 23y (Federal Republic) REPORT NO. SUBJECT DATE DISTRI Operations of Paul chwarzkopf in Austria NO. OF PAGES NO. OF ENCLS. 25X1A6a 25X1A6a SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT # 25X1A2g PL RESPONSIVE TO OO/C- D r between which, sled) May 55 - MENEM THIS IS UNEVALUATED INFORMATION 25X1X6 SOURCE 1. There is a feeling in Europe that Paul Schwarzkopf was quite fortunate in his powder metallurgy operations in Austria after World War II. The Netherlands 2. The story is that he left Austria Just prior to Hitler's taking over the country and went to.0999M. There he sold the Austrian Plant to Germans by selling the Dutch patent rights. The Germans expanded the plant and increased the employees from V9e to d4Y~?d~rr~. 200 1200 3. After World War II, the plant was handed back to Schwarzkopf. He very soon got in technical difficulties. He then hired a German, Schultz, who had previously operated the plant, and who got it back into profitable shape. M AST-DATE 100- - 61E Aim 25X1A2g luated information is WWI This uneva the passible interest of your analysts. arrant dissemination by t w -does no report. rm MIS ITED: Dissemination ,t lira a~ alie Q o the intelligence components, other offices prodAPPIONffllslPriWel ei 3sFeminated to consultants, external projects or reserve personnel on short term active duty (excepting individuals who are normally full-time employees Defense.) unless the written permission of the originating office has been obtained through the Assistant Director for Collection and Dissemination,