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FOR YOUR INFORMATION REFERENCES: A. EGMA -63932, 27 February 19641 B. EGmA -64365, 21 April 1964 (This report reviews UJVENTURE changes through 30 June 1964. Later changes have not been included.)
1. Although we incorporate into MLB UJVENTURE files all new names of CATIDE employees revealed through that organization's COSMIC and SIGINT clearance trace requests, we no longer report them in the periodic dispatches on UJVENTURE notebook changes and additions, since they are in the normal course of events carded when they are first reported. Since the last periodic UJVENTURE dispatch (Reference A), the following dispatches have been sent requesting such traces: EGMA-63660, 13 January 1964; EGMA-63779, 31 January 1964; EGMA-63877, 6 February 1964; EGMA-63972, 20 February 1964; EGMA-64119, 11 March 1964; EGMA-64364, 20 April 1964; EGMA-64368, 22 April 1964; EGNA-64h74, 20 May 1964; EGMA-64784, 26 June 1964. 2. Identifications - True Name The following individuals hove been added by true name to the UJVENTURE notebooks. Please assign 201 numbers for those who do not already have them.
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_:JOBRUCKNER. •BETZEL. a wife wife_of Josef BRET C COanunications_officax with-CATIDE, framAllEY..was_known to be markins tarly:iiim_1964 for ilk Bienststelle located in Munich.,).
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b. (Martin coSSmom L ::3 IIKOSSATZ BELla September 1903 in Dresden,f:/reep
He performed a security document checking task for CATIDE in Hannovcr on 2N December 1963, (See UFA-41147, 7 February 1964,) His V-card at NLB •8707 indicates that he was used by CATIDE i Berlin in 1950 and was dropped by them on I as a letter drop in March 1951. The date of his reemployment is not known to 14" card in Munich's g 1 files refers to a memo written by CL :Don 22 March 1956, stating that COSSNANN of the BfV's gggg g g e office in Berlin was "as we have long been aware" also a paid member of CATIDE. )4' as 3r, .010- v/C. Christina •0 GEHLEN (201- •01:) ser if: ' Born 5 March 1940 in Leipzig, • „La._,EtIst-- Genially 7 This daughter of Giovanni CEHLENcL the the foreign liaison unit Tor Dr. Hans WINTER C.. who reported in February 1964 that her gmanantyttapaditaad been determined. < _(‘-• . AJOtto 4 01 GOTTANKAO0inl. Ina\a_ •GERAU Born 31 August 1907 eir r;rarnali
He joined the scientitkc_ind technical evaluations unit at CATIDE 00 1901 _ 00 a :s peci_alir ainaft_and_vans7
She is .a translator in the Diennits C._ ... RUDLOFF MEI. the unit whichlityzes the free world erne. , f.<JIIIN Milfried • KRALLERT C:: = gotn 13 January 1912 in Vienna, Austria err 4er.meut Although Munich registry contained a201-file for KRALLERT, he was not rep d in UJVENTURE files as a CATIDER until CATIDE requested a pc trare (70W .figcnt, IA May 10AA)
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• 01,0EPPL 41 ikcfk)(fi" r rart."49, ibPOB Unkoown ResidineMunich. Freseniusstr. 790-,(;c7e.
B:rn circa 1920
This man joined CATIDE circa 1963 as ssistant to the d ut chief of air evaluations. He is • tuft aff g_ 11r-Ciiiiii-dited the likely successor to Hans-Curt von SPONECK ___A •SPOHR, shfould •SPOHR be given a new assignment. C::: lr 17 h. fen 4 01 1KULLAU (201- (Li t' 1,16:iltanv/ '13. 70BMWkirolin Cite/ At) As of February 1964 he was donut chief of naval evaluations. L.„7i(1,Cmdr) Helmut
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He Joined the-cavel evaluations unit •ar i1 196 chief when Captain Gunter POSER = ----3 URECHTEI,„ went Bonn. )(See paragraph 4 h.)
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Mime? (jlumntir)_ • 19..---' j Major fnm (201- I) I t. (1 ,,. a ; es ; ' ..",'e-Thi7 Ion circa 19;$_.
Having joined CATIDE late in 1963, he Watt coPmend.Stf_kbe_4CLAI_ Forces School at thutAilaing4.1.kaPhansar4i.. SEN Atari). 1:1 1964._ trevinusly PICHERT-..tnaztandauLaanginear_banalion _ at Wildflacken, Weisz cormany. —
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The thief of iii `Hreisach Ionospheric Institute, he, like others working for the institute, became a CATIUm employee when CATIDE absorbed the institute in 1963. Dr. RAWER is dirertly subordinate to Johannes CRONE`C ::), 4CAPPEL, chief of communications tonit-mf CATIDE, / C041/40 (lc I*44V-WwWICHHARDT C. --::3 Enrn_44;FL-1=f0ff • .4,rad..z7 ,- mdrilaecm a.,-cn,
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1964 he rElsg ed fnu MARKftissojnomilarjayffsjar_ for Conrad KUEHLEIN :D. •KUENNE. in Washinaton.> oeser • 1.<.(la mil liAr iCITINTOT [:: 'Born 1 December 12.94_im St . P (Leningrad. USSR1 were , •
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3 n./..,,Peter I • WIERK-WERNER • OGLOECKLER 41.7- -;,ren,A.,4 Borirraiiiiry 1913 in B 2 Island of Ruegen.1113T-Zermany Residing in;INiesbaden: Nainzorstr. 25a 14,%4-rx--77
Early in UJEEJzi-iiiik,renortedlyli . CATIDELnperations officer serving under industrial cover in Frankfurt/Main. (See EGFA-41733 21 April 1964.) %.,
Amali• I. (OGLER net., 7- li d-rernm; t/ Korn 4 May 1921 arIFTWITIIiitZ-Waiirik stir
The wife of R i cherdrpt/fi ee belowl7 and a staff employee. she As to serve as her us and's 'cretin if he joins CATHINK. '-Born 16 September inc at azetlhan -21-• near Erding. Bavaria etir,t,.„
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Al CATIDE's chief reereeentetive to CATHINC„ but It is not clear wh ther he will wilactually take the lob. As joinnd CATHIE in 1960. • . . F 4. . e-e. pann nhes 4° WALLER L_L::] Born 25 November 1926 in tibeni iiiiditenThuell,C,-„„
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in Nay 1964 that the CE/CI, agent security, and staff security come aaaaaa of CATIDE are :, OBAYERLE, supervised by Wilhelm BAUER C. whose position hare or lesson • par with that of =3, MOLTEN, who we had Wolfgang lANGKAUN- -W thought supervised those sections. This appears to
a. Hans von BUECHLER
give CATIDE six major organisational units just under the vice-president: (I) Tactical collection under Herbert KRAUSE 1REICHLIN (See paragraph 3 f.):
Strategic collection and other functions, (2) such as personal and foreign liaison, under MOLTEN; (3) CE/CI and security, under MAYERLE;
Evaluation and reports under Gen. Erich (4) ::3 •DEGENHARDT; DETHLEFFSEN c:: (5) Plans and administration, including staybehind and war planning, under Horst WENDLAND C:1 @HOLM; (6) Communications under Gen. Johannes CRONE, ICAPPEL.
b. On 16 June 1964 MOM told C. that CATILE will have completed its building program by 1961; by which time it will have reached its peak employnent of 6,000. He said that at present CATIDE employs approximately 5,000 persons. c. According to 'BROCK, CANOE had three CE groups as of Januar y 1964. The primary one was headed by Rolf @PETERSEN, responsible to MAYERLE. GRAEBER , Another Ended by Dr. Hans Georg LANGEMANN C. ILUECKRATH, responsible to @HOLTEN, handled CE work tor the political operations group of Kurt WEISS c:: OVINTERSTEIN. Commas of the Chinese Communist intelligence service, apparently the duty of the third group, was supervised by MAYERLE directly. d. In May 1964 an indications center (Aktuelle Lage) was set up in the military evaluations unit. While Horst MORTMANN, chief of military NITSCHMANNt::: evaluations is officially responsible for the functions of the unit, his deputy, Friedrich GRUENEWALD C vGRAU, will actually manage the center, reporting directly to the German Defense Ministry in Bonn and to UTILITY through ODEGENHARDT. e. (1) Hein: HERRE to replace Conrad KUEHLEIN Washington representative.
@DESSAU, was named OKUEHNE, as CATIDE's
(2) MUEHNE will return to CATIDE in July 1964 to become denut y to DEGENHARDT, in ODEGENHARDT's words to "to assume active leadership of the Auswertung while •EGENHARDT operates one half step higher". f. (1) •E:CHLIN, deputy to •HOLM since March 1963, was selected to replace MESSAUas chief of tactical collection. (2) Hermann LASSEN MEICHLIN's job as deputy to •HOLM. Z4 @LANNERT,- assumed
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. (3) Lt. Col. fnu @KUM, formerly in p eee 1,' took over 1LA3Q4ERT's duties as chief of the war planning section of the plans and administration unit.
g. (1) Otto Herald Andre HORS CL: ;17 • !MOELLER, 'VIKTOR, formerly CATIDE rep ive in Paris, became chief of foreign liaison on 2 March 1964, 23, 'MERTENS. vice METZ E
(2) MERTENS had been scheduled for the CATIDE representational job in Washington until his heart attack early in 1964. He had returned to work by Jun. 1964, but MLB does not know whether full or parttime, or in which unit. (S) Alfred DUERWANGER C::_ IDIECKMANN, UTILITY's son-in-law, replaced 1NOELLER in Patis. h. Dr. Hans Walter Julius WINTER • SWILDEN, who has been in charge of CATIS; 7 3 to reign liaison with countries of continental Europe, supervised the entire foreign liaison unit from the time of •MERTENS's illness until 2 March. when !WILDER moved to 1HOLTEN's office in downtown Munich, where he was to handle special agent and foreign liaison connections for UTILITY. 1. (1) !BROCK was scheduled, as of 1 July 1964, to become CATIDE's representative in the Hague circa October 1964. His duties in the foreign liaison section have been divided.
III], !DUERER, will handle (2) IPPEL CI reports exchange with KUBARK and other services.
(5) The individual who will be in charge of operational liaison and supervise the general trend of KUBARK-CATIDE liaison has not been selected. Fnu @KOLLER, originally slated for the job, has decided suddenly to return to the Bundeswehr. (See paragraph 6-n.) j. The sutures evaluation staff in the tactical collection unit has been broken up and its p sent in three directions. Gustav Adolf TIETZEC !KURZ. chief of that staff, beam* deputy to Ebrusx LUDCR, lACKERMANN, chief of agent security. Part of the function and personnel of 1KURZ's staff was transferred to the military section, part to the economicscientific and technical section, of the tactical collection unit. k. The audio surveillance unit under fnu •BITTMANN was transferred late in 1963 from communications to plans and administration. 1. Major fnu MATTERHAUPT (phonetic), 1Hans-Georg MOMMSEN, formerly commander of CATIDE's Special Forces School at Bad Aibling, has replaced Major Wolfgang Ullrich LEHNERT, SHARER, in the unconventional weapons section of army evaluations. (See Paragraph S-b.) m. (1) Klaus RITTER Er •::3 /ROEHL, scheduled to leave the Auswertung for a year as reported in Reference A will in fact have a one to two-year leave of hbsence in order to head a Rand-type organization, a private research corporation under contract to the government. As reported in EGMA-64668, 30 June 1964, !ROEHL say remain permanently with the new corporation if it proves successful.
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(2) Ernst Otto Franz ZOLLING 11-7_ CP, @ZAHN, will assume OROEHL's functions as chTiT of political evaluations, as reported in Reference A. Z.DIBRUHN, former n. Fritz von BONNARD cTL. chief of the military section ot the tactical collection unit, who suffered a heart attack late in 1962, has returned to work in the personnel unit of CATIDE. MLB does not known whether he is working full or parttime.
17], @HERTEL, o. Waldemar HERMANN-TROSS is scheduled to assume the number-two CAME representational job in Paris in October 1964, replacing Lt. Col. Guenter REINHARDT c::: :::a. •ROTTMANN, who has held the job since early 1962. Like ',ROTTMAN, •HERTEL will also serve as CATIDE representative to SHAPE ACCG.
p. Klaus-Juergen von BENTIVEGNI IJUERGENS, aide to UTILITY on technical and C: matters, is to become number-two man in Rome on 1 July 1964. q. Werner ESCHENAUER C SEICHENDORF, who formerly held a CE/CI job in Bonn, replaced von BENTIVEGNI as an aide to UTILITY. r. Dr. Waldemar MARKWARDT ---1, •MARX, was transferred to a Dien sssss Ile prior to January 1964. At Headquarters he had been chief of the Soviet unit in the military section of tactical operations. s. Hans Joachim von SEELEN c :::), !SEIFERT, who formerly worked for KRAUSE, •REICHLIN, in Di sssss telle 11, was, as of February 1964, working in CATIDE personnel. t. known to to 1962, of early Franz SCHLECHTIZKY:::3, @SCHWAN, last have been chief of g'i- nuernnerg Befra from 1959 was chief of a Dienststalle located in Munich as 1964.
u. Col. Hans Adolf von BLUMROEDER ELL OBIRKEN, born S August 1904 in Sigmaringen, was working in the general armed forces section of military evaluations as of March 1964. A classmate of DETHLEFFSEN, •DEGENHARDT, at the war academy, OBIRKEN worked for CATIDE as early as January 1954,according to MLB's UJVENTURE file. He told the Army liaison officer, however, that he hid "just" been G-2 of Wehrkreis Hamburg, soft is possible that his service with C:TIDE has been interspersed with regular Bundeswehr assignments. v. Gottfried FAEHRNANN :::] 1FRONHOFF (or OFROHNHOFF), reported in paragraph 3-3 of EGMA-63932, 27 February 1964 as fnu FAEHRMANN in a security hold status because of his personal friendship with UJDROWSY, has apparently returned to work. He attended Karl J. NOLBRUNNER's Christmas party with members of the soecial security group headed by Volker FOERTSCH !FLEMING, OFRONHOFF resides in Munich, it Holneins ssssss 7.
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Fri. fnu •PEGNITZ, last reported to be secretary to WENDLAND •HOLM, has been promoted to Beaten status ' (lifetime civil service) and was, as of February 1964, an administrative assistant to @HOLM.
F. Graf Goetz von BULLION C _=OGOLZ, will leave headquarters foreign liaison tor a liaison Job in Brussels.
Y. Five girls have loft the translation unit of Dr. Wolfram MUSS, c::: SWILL!, for other CATIDE assignments. (1) Barbara HERRE, BBBBB bel HITFELD, daughter of 'DESSAU, has left Headquarters for an . assignment in Madrid.
(2) Marianne @NANG has left for an unknown assignment. (3) Sybille ISCHARNITZER, English language typist, left early in 1964, reportedly for • job in. Paris.
(4) Dori ISCHLANZ, who in the past has held various jobs outside CATIDE Headquarters, including one .with the German Embassy in Ankara, has left the translations unit. Her appearance at CATIDE's party for MLB on 8 June 1964, as a waitress, suggests that she, like the other waitresses, works in UTILITY's office. (5) Cordelia •SIEBECK has left the unit, reportedly for only a year. • 4. Gabriele HERRE E ---7, will leave CATIDE's dispensary to'accompany her tatner to Washington. (See paragraph 3-c.) 4. Separations The following CATIDE employees have left the organization for the reasons stated: a. Lt. Col. Helmut DRUSCHKOWITSCH, eDRUKA, born circa 1909 in Austria, assocVii --;d wain CATIDE's administration and plans unit since 1959, returned to the Bundeswehr on 1 November 1963, to a G-4 assignment at CPNTAG. b. Edith P DRUSCHKOWITSCH, born circa. 1919 in Baden/Wuerttemberg (exact place unknown), the wife of IDRUKA, had also been employed by CATIDE, according to EGFA-41839, 28 April 1964. H , ALEJOS learned in June 1964 that she had resigned to Join her husband in Heidelberg. c. fnu IFOLGNER, chief of the satellite section of army evaluations, had a heart attack early in 1964 and was not expected to return to the office. d. Herbert HOESSELBARTH (---. —1 born 2 April 1907 at Chemnitz, (now Karl Marx Stadt), East Germany, working 1 e same CATIDE field base as Oskar REILE •RISCHKE, was fired late in 1963 or early. In 1904.
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e. Kurt HOFMANN [1: ONAUSWALD, ' chief of the Soviet and NVA military analysis section in CATIDE's LAURICLE unit, left in March 1964 for a throe-year tour of duty with the Special Handling Detachment, SHAPE Intelligence Staff. f. Dr. fnu •KRUETHER, chief of the GSFG desk in army evaluations, left CATIDE in mid-1962, for unknown reasons. g. Maj. Wolfgang Ulirich LEHNERT SHARER, who was retired from military status in tail 1963, was fired by CATIDE in May 064. An instructor in CATIDE's sabotage school from late 1959 until April 1962, SHARER worked most recently in eDENK's unconventional weapons section of army evaluations. h. Naval Captain Gunter POSER OPRECHTEL, who had been chief of navi;Caluations at CATIDE since April 1963, loft in the spring 1964 to replace Gen. FERBER as chief of joint military intelligence in Bonn. r— 1. Ernst Ludwig ROSEMANN •KARLSSON, CATIDE's representative to CATHINK, was fired, as reported in MUNI 9020, 25 February 1964.
:::], 'SCHUSTER, formerly - J. Carl SCHUTZ C with Dienststelle 24 in Cologne, and a friend of UJDRUM, has been fired, presumably because of his SS record.
k. Naval Captain Hans ("Archie") TRUNMER CL ITRUMBERG, was replaced as chief of naval evaluations in April 1963 by POSER, 4PRECHTEL. Prior to his departure from CATIDE Headquarters OTRUMBERG had been reported to be slated to become chief of naval intelligence in Bonn. In early 1964 he was reportedly making frequent visits to CATIDE.
__Jo •ERNST, I. Ernst-Heinrich ZIMMER formerly eZIERER, was planning to leave CATIDE in order to make more money in private business, as reported in EGBA-77354, 23 April 1964. Most recently on the Berlin desk at CATIDE Headquarters, •ERNST was once chief of the Soviet section in the tactical operations unit. He also served for a time with CATIDE's Berlin office.
r. Two persons are known by MIS to have left CATIDE's military evaluations unit to join the.Sundeswehr. (1) mu FOERSTER, IFEHLAU, chief of East • Gorman OS in army evaluations, left in April 1964. He was reported in EGNA-63952, 27 February 1964, to ha nossiblv identical with Pans Joachim FOERSTER E:: (2) mu TRAUGOTT, ITHIERSCH, born circa 1923, left the transportation and supply section.
n. Three individuals have left Dr. 'MILLE', translations unit. (1) Paul !BASUN left in 1963 to study at the University of Munich. Although he has continued to work for the unit during his school vacations, he will probably not return full time upon completing his studies, because he intends to become a teacher.
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(2) Helga OKUNO left on maternity leave and is not expected to return. --, --J @LAUSITZ, (3) Irene LANCKAU (1DN daughter of LANGKAU, 'HOLTEN, was •iiiiii early in 1943 to e Carman Air Force captain and left CAT1DE, ly permanently, before th4 birth of her son app i in early 1964. . , S. True Names
The following persons. formerly known to MLR only by &lies, true name as well: have been identified a. “---. fnu 6140Flicnm is
fnu •• von KOTZLOW (201- circa 1913 .0014: Finland POD: ., . n-it i viitot i e Enraorty in re gl jegriSysic•1 %%%%%% for the Mud/in @efts unit, chiof of the Nnernberg Refra since 1467. b. INL.:.-lirrni-c..'et....
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. ) (phonetic) • MATTERHAUFT (2017- 6 aniftly r_ DOB: 2 June 1915 POR •Stet t i 0 (7:74.4. 'RES: )\ (1962) Hess Str. 6. Munich ,,, •(..e-rt.,
Preset/emir a seine le the Bundeswehr entineers. •MOMMSEN has been with CATIDF since at least 1962. first with the staybehind unit, _ more recently with army evaluations. (See paragraph 3-J.)
NN 4 N ipiel. ChemikerN ::D spr. Kurt • POST C--. e.jv DOB: 22 Sentember 19 6 POD: ,Olauetx (Olmouc CSSR RES: rtifunirh 21 nueoceldnrforstr. 0 d.a6••=eia-ru
d. Frau fnu elt0EGER (phenol:), identified in paragraph 6-u of Reference A, as • sec aaaaa y in /CI operations. 4KOTTRACH I s North Cermanv section of ■ is actually '
.' She is the wife of Hans Felix RICHTER. Ca R er. N. . •/
raprli Barbara 4* RICHTER. nee von Ilent1FCI,POROCER/= = DOB: 3 December 1 . 16c• / r r .-tiBerlin , 2.28: ::1, @ONKEL Jenny
Dr. fn 4 " WECER C:: DOB: Unknown der Yueoslavie 121 .
a medical doctor and bio-chemist in the econeaic/scientific and technical section of the evaluations and reports unit.
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The following aliases have been added to our UJVENTURE files. Inform aa i aa on employees of CATIDE's Berlin office, paragraphs I b, f. 1, n, p, w, I, and ee was gained from EGBA-76425, 11 December 1963. a. Fri. fnu !ADLER DPOB Unknown
A "ferienkind" during the summer vacation of 1963, ADLER app ly has begun to work full time, serving as sifter, to Dr. •MILLE OJESTER, is in the translations unit when Ute JUNGE, absent. b. fnu @ALBRECHT (male) Born circa 1942
a communications clerk with one of the operational units in Berlin. c. fnu eBOECKH (male) DPOB Unknown ORAHNE.
reportedly in the office of Kurt RANDEL-SENPER C:: who handles liaison with Bavarian government agencies. d. fnu !SOME (male) Born circa 1913
Soviet OR analyst in any evaluations since his E0D, circa October 1963.' e. fnu ODALLBERG (male) Possible DPOB: circa 1906. Hamburg chief of administration for the Befra unit of tactical collection, probably holding rank of Regierungsrat. fnu @ELLERT (male) Born circa 1913 leader of Group "B" in CATIDE's Berlin office.
S . Frau fnu @FLOEHR Born circa 1923 in the translations unit at CATIDE Headquarters. • • h. fnu OGABLEVZ (phonetic) (male) Born circa 1925
in charge of CATIDE's cartographic depot, working for •SCHRIEF. i. Frl. Karin !GEMMING DPOB Unknown Working part time for the translations unit while she attends Schmidt's Sprachschule in Munich, she is a sister of Helga !GEMMING, formerly in the unit. j. Gisela !GERSFELD DPOB Unknown in the translations unit at CATIDE Headquarters. k. fnu tGURT (phonetic) Born circa 1923 a foreign documents evaluator in military evaluating.
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1. fnu •HAGENRISTER (spelling uncertain) (male) Born circa 1923 working in IBAUMEISTER's office in Berlin since June 1963. 4HAGENRISTER's wife worked as a secretary at Headquarters in the office of ODLSSAU, then chief of tactical operations. a. mu IHANG (male) DPOB Unknown radar analyst in either technical or air evaluations. n. fnu IHARNISCH (male) Born circa 1913
assistant to 1JENSEN, leader of Group "B" in Berlin. o. fnu •HOLZ (male) DPOB Unknown
working for !SCHLESWIG in SAM analysis, air evaluations. p. fnu !JENSEN (male) Born circa 1896
in Berlin for many years as leader of Group "H". NIB UJVENTURE files carry a Juergen JENSEN (probably true name), V •12654, who joined CATIDE in May 1953 and was last reported working with the !HOLTEN complex. q. fnu !KOLLER (male) Born circa 1921 1
Originally scheduled to assume overall supervision of CATIDE liaison with KUBARK and other services, part of •BROCK's job, @KOLLER suddenly decided to return to the Bundeswehr which offered him a regiaental command. (EGMT-10865, 22 June 1964, describes OKOLLER in somewhat more detail.) r. fnu •KROEGER (male) Born circa 1905
in Berlin for many years as leader of Group "A". NIB UJVENTURE files list Karl KROEGER (true name), born 20 September 1909 in Bydgoszcz (Bromberg), Poland, who joined CATIDE circa January 1951 and worked for Diinststelle 62 in Berlin during the early 1950's. s. Frau fnu IKUHNERT DPOB.Unknown
An other-than-English translator in the translations unit, who has apparently been there for some time. t. fnu @KUMMER (male) Born circa 1912
with one of the larger operational units in Berlin. f. Frau fnu •KUPFER DPOB Unknown
employed in the office of Dr. ISCHOENHERR, who works for 4LUECKRATH in a special CE unit in the !HOLTEN complex.
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v. fnu ONALSUNG (male) Born circa 1904 . railway expert in transport and supply section of CATIDE evaluations unit, formerly with the Bundesbahn. w. fnu eMERAN (male) Born circa 1925
Brought to CATIDE from a troop unit early in 1964 to replace fnu FOERSTER, •FEHLAU, as chief of East German OB, OMERAN was designat chief of the Soviet section of army evaluations in May 1964. x. Uli (Ulricke) •MAINBERG (female) DPOB Unknown
working on Near Eastern political and economic reports in the translations unit. y. fnu IMOELLENBERG (male) DPOB Unknown
h and techniques section of the chief of the atomic economic/scientific and technical evaluations unit. z. Hans •MUNTAU (male) Born circa 1940
a former translator for a private firm, he has joined the translations unit, where he specializes , in technical translations. aa. Fri. Astrid !MYLIUS Born circa 1935 in the translations unit. bb. fnu •PRANNER (male) DPOB unknown working for ILUECKRATH in his special CE unit in the •HOLTEN compl! cc. fnu SROSSFELD (male) DPOB Unknown a young member of either the tactical collection or the evaluation! unit. dd. fnu'ORUDAT (male) DPOB Unkrown chief of • CATIDE surveillance team. ee. Frau fnu !SABOTTI Born circa 1908 has worked for several years for,43ENSEN, leader of Group "H" in Berlin. ff. ISAITNER (male) Born circa 1922 sub-deputy in the Far Eastern forces section of the combined arms unit of military evaluations, with CATIDE since 1962. fnu •SCHAUER (male) Born circa 1917 in Berlin reported to be in charge of Befra files. 88ErFA
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hit. Dr. fnu •SCHOENNERR Born circa 1912 in Berlin working at present with •LUECERATH in a special CE unit subordinati to @HOLTEN, Dr. ISCHOENHERR has been with CATIDE since 19$8 or 19$! it. fnu ISCHRANZ (male) DPOB Unknown analyst on the Czech desk in ailitary . evaluations, who entered on duty early in 1964.
Frau fnu @SCHMIEDER Born circa 1928-1932
an assistant to Volker FOERTSCH, 'FLEMING, in the special security group attached to UTILITY's office. kit. fnu ISTADT (phonetic) Bern circa 1928 • working for •EICHENDORP, who has replaced IJUERGENS as a special aide to UTILITY. II. fins ITONDA (male) Born circa 1914 chief of the supply segment of ICARLSSON's transport and logistics section of military evaluations, /TOADS appears to have a doctorate of some variety. me. fins @URBAN (male) Born circa 1919, probably in North Germany • member of the naval evaluations section, as of spring 1964. nn. fnu IWERNER (male) Born circa 1913 loader of Group "J" in CATIDE's Berlin office.
co. fnU @WILLIBAND (male)
Born circa 1920
advanced in May 1964 from • job in the East German OB desk to become deputy chief of army evaluations. pp. Ute IZECHAU (female) Born circa 1939 In the translations unit. 7. Corrections a. In paragraph 2-a of Reference A, Alfred BAROWSK1 was listed as • new true-name identification an individual scheduled to participate in esca p e and evasion training at SMETRIC in the United Kingdom. believes that this is in fact a new alias for Joachim BAHR C:: @BACH, a retired Lieutenant Colonel who has served as an operations officer in CATIDE's staybehind program since prior to May 1960. BAROWSKI is the only indi v idual on the list of persons receivin g the SMETRIC training whom knows 3 cannot clearly identify, and EL that BAHR, 'BACH, did attend that course.
Pp:I:7;200 I,. Fri. Ramona fRAMIN, reported in paragraph 6-4 of Reference„vri to be a secretary in the transportation and supply section of
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military evaluations, is secrifiry to its chief, von CRAMER, (201-077279), !CARLSSON. She was born on IS April 1921, not circa 1935 as reported in that dispatch. c. Review of additional biographic data from CACROW on Werner STEINIKE, =7, born circa 1912 in Berlin, (reported in paragraph-2-q of Reterence A), suggests that this is probably Werner STEINKE, 'STERN, who has been carried in UJVENTURE files as possibly. a CATIDE courier, the husband of Lucie and father of Ines and Susanne, all presently or formerly CATIDE employees. d. Hans (WOLLNER and fnu WICHMANN, reported in paragraphs 6-: and -8 of Reference A as possible CATIDERS, are in fact representatives of ODUNIT, as reported in EGMW-13508, 9 January 1964. e. The surname of Richard ZOLKIEWIER,(::: —:Dborn circa 1920, reported in EGMA-61041, 21 January 1963, should be spelled ZOLKIEWICZ. He as born 3 February 1921 in SolotwinaGalicia USSR.
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