US CIC reports of May/June 1945 Linz Austria Bergkristal and Kellerbau Underground instellations (National Archives And Records Administration – Archival Or Special Access)

Tino Von Struckmann filed this request with the National Archives And Records Administration – Archival Or Special Access of the United States of America.
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RD 66830

22-08779

NARA-NGC-2022-000322

Multi Request US CIC reports of May/June 1945 Linz Austria Bergkristal and Kellerbau Underground instellations
Due Dec. 17, 2021
Est. Completion None
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From: Tino Von Struckmann

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

In may 1945 the 3rd US ARMY took the Austrian City of Linz. In the outskirts of the city 2 large underground tunnel complexes were found. One labelled BERGKRISTAL and one KELLERBAU. both constructed and under command of SS General Dr. Ing. Hans Kammler (at times misspelled in the archive files) . Immediately upon liberation of these, all machinery, production and research in these were labelled, cataloged and photographed. And the tunnels were surveyed and photographed also. Reports were made containing all this information and photographs. I request these reports with all attachments. Some have been done my CIC and some by the Army Engineers possibly ALSOS team members. All reports were initially classified.

Machinery and technology were removed prior to the handover to the Russian Army, I also request a report of what was taken by the US ARMY.

Furthermore all interrogations and reports with respect to these two underground systems I request.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Tino Von Struckmann

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To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

In may 1945 the 3rd US ARMY took the Austrian City of Linz. In the outskirts of the city 2 large underground tunnel complexes were found. One labelled BERGKRISTAL and one KELLERBAU. both constructed and under command of SS General Dr. Ing. Hans Kammler (at times misspelled in the archive files) . Immediately upon liberation of these, all machinery, production and research in these were labelled, cataloged and photographed. And the tunnels were surveyed and photographed also. Reports were made containing all this information and photographs. I request these reports with all attachments. Some have been done my CIC and some by the Army Engineers possibly ALSOS team members. All reports were initially classified.

Machinery and technology were removed prior to the handover to the Russian Army, I also request a report of what was taken by the US ARMY.

Furthermore all interrogations and reports with respect to these two underground systems I request.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Tino Von Struckmann

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- To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the
following records:

In may 1945 the 3rd US ARMY took the Austrian City of Linz. In the
outskirts of the city 2 large underground tunnel complexes were
found. One
labelled BERGKRISTAL and one KELLERBAU. both constructed and
under command
of SS General Dr. Ing. Hans Kammler (at times misspelled in the archive
files) . Immediately upon liberation of these, all machinery, production
and research in these were labelled, cataloged and photographed. And the
tunnels were surveyed and photographed also. Reports were made containing
all this information and photographs. I request these reports with all
attachments. Some have been done my CIC and some by the Army Engineers
possibly ALSOS team members. All reports were initially classified.

Machinery and technology were removed prior to the handover to the
Russian Army, I also request a report of what was taken by the US ARMY.

Furthermore all interrogations and reports with respect to these two
underground systems I request.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public,
and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would
inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my
request. I would
prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment
if available
or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter.
I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20
business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Tino Von Struckmann

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From: National Archives And Records Administration – Archival Or Special Access

Dear Mr. Von Struckmann:

This is in reply to your November 23, 2021, Freedom of Information Act
(FOIA) request concerning your interest in locating U.S. Army records
pertaining to “Bergkristal” and “Kellerbau” facilities located near Linz,
Austria, and SS General Hans Kammler during World War II.

Your FOIA request was received by my office on November 29, 2021 and
assigned internal tracking number *22-08779*.

The Textual Reference Archives II Branch (RR2RR) has custody of the Records
of the Adjutant General's Office, 1917- (Record Group 407) and the Records
of U.S. Army Operational, Tactical, and Support Organizations (World War II
and Thereafter) (Record Group 338). Military unit files among these
records consist mostly of historical reports, after action reports, unit
journals, and general orders. We have searched the Headquarters, Third U.S.
Army intelligence and counterintelligence (G-2) and engineer-related
records, but we were unable to locate records pertaining to the
“Bergkristal” or “Kellerbau” facilities. We were also unable to locate
files mentioning “Hans Kammler” among these records.

Among the Records of the Army Staff (Record Group 319) are the
Investigatory Records Repository (IRR) files accessioned by the National
Archives from the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (USAINSCOM).
The IRR files are military intelligence and Counter Intelligence Corps
(CIC) files maintained by USAINSCOM and its predecessor organizations. We
searched the index of textual and digital IRR files, but we were unable to
locate files pertaining to the “Bergkristal” and “Kellerbau” facilities. We
were also unable to locate a file pertaining to “Hans Kammler” among these
records.

The Records of the Army Staff (Record Group 319) also include a series of
Reports and Messages (Entry N3 82A) which contains some ALSOS Mission
reports. A search of these records also failed to locate files pertaining
to “Bergkristal,” “Kellerbau” or “Hans Kammler.”

We do not consider this a denial of your FOIA request. However, if you are
not satisfied with our action on this request, your options for appeal and
dispute resolution are outlined in the attachment.

Sincerely,

PAUL B. BROWN

Textual Reference Archives II Branch (RR2RR)

National Archives at College Park, MD

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From: National Archives And Records Administration – Archival Or Special Access

Dear Mr. Von Struckmann:

This is in reply to your November 23, 2021, Freedom of Information Act
(FOIA) request concerning your interest in locating U.S. Army records
pertaining to “Bergkristal” and “Kellerbau” facilities located near Linz,
Austria, and SS General Hans Kammler during World War II.

Your FOIA request was received by my office on November 29, 2021 and
assigned internal tracking number *22-08779*.

The Textual Reference Archives II Branch (RR2RR) has custody of the Records
of the Adjutant General's Office, 1917- (Record Group 407) and the Records
of U.S. Army Operational, Tactical, and Support Organizations (World War II
and Thereafter) (Record Group 338). Military unit files among these
records consist mostly of historical reports, after action reports, unit
journals, and general orders. We have searched the Headquarters, Third U.S.
Army intelligence and counterintelligence (G-2) and engineer-related
records, but we were unable to locate records pertaining to the
“Bergkristal” or “Kellerbau” facilities. We were also unable to locate
files mentioning “Hans Kammler” among these records.

Among the Records of the Army Staff (Record Group 319) are the
Investigatory Records Repository (IRR) files accessioned by the National
Archives from the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (USAINSCOM).
The IRR files are military intelligence and Counter Intelligence Corps
(CIC) files maintained by USAINSCOM and its predecessor organizations. We
searched the index of textual and digital IRR files, but we were unable to
locate files pertaining to the “Bergkristal” and “Kellerbau” facilities. We
were also unable to locate a file pertaining to “Hans Kammler” among these
records.

The Records of the Army Staff (Record Group 319) also include a series of
Reports and Messages (Entry N3 82A) which contains some ALSOS Mission
reports. A search of these records also failed to locate files pertaining
to “Bergkristal,” “Kellerbau” or “Hans Kammler.”

We do not consider this a denial of your FOIA request. However, if you are
not satisfied with our action on this request, your options for appeal and
dispute resolution are outlined in the attachment.

Sincerely,

PAUL B. BROWN

Textual Reference Archives II Branch (RR2RR)

National Archives at College Park, MD

Attachment

From: Tino Von Struckmann

Dear Paul
I am not surprised that at the first search nothing would be found as I summarize it to still be classified.
It is quite impossibly we (the US) does not have extensive files on both General Kammler and the underground constructions of Bergkristal.
So where are they? Its been 75 years and it is time to de-classify these files, both for Kammler's family but also for history. And being new and now in trying to obtain information from our various archives I would like to ask you how do I go about this?

I know without any doubt that the US forces took Linz and Gusen and the Bergkristal and Kellerbau tunnel systems were surrendered to US forces. It is also certain our forces and intelligence combed and documented these as well as removed what was possibly before handing these over to the Russians. To be clear these were some of the most important German underground factories and research of the entire war. 1000 jet planes were built here and they were built and run by General Kammler who oversaw the German special projects, making his one of the most important Germans of the Reich. And in a CIC report is was stated we (the US) had him for interrogation in Gemunden in May 1945.

So I would like to ask who would have these files? what archive? who would hold still classified CIC reports and reports on German special projects and High level POWs? The CIA? Langley? the FBI - I know we have them I just dont know who to ask or where to look.

Certainly after all these years they should be declassified as so many others but how do we go about this.

I really appreciate any help and searches you can assist me with

thank you

SSG Tino Struckmann

From: Tino Von Struckmann

Dear Paul

Perhaps this helps, the Bergkristall tunnel system had the following code names
B8
Georgenmuhle
EscheII
St. Georgen Bergkristall
And they were constructed by Architect Karl Emil Fiebinger

I do have a few photos that have been released and the overview of the tunnel system from the Architects office if that helps? these of course further proves the reports and documentation was made.

The tunnels were taken on May1 by the 11th Armored Division of the 3Army possibly combat command B

I hope some of that helps.

Thank you

SSG

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Dear Mr. Von Struckmann:

This is in reply to your November 23, 2021, Freedom of Information Act
(FOIA) request concerning your interest in locating records pertaining to
“B8,” “Georgenmuhle,” “EscheII,” “St. Georgen Bergkristall,” and Karl Emil
Fiebinger.” You also mentioned that you believe that the “11th Armored
Division of the [Third] Army, possibly [C]ombat [C]ommand B,” was involved
in the capture of the various tunnels housing German equipment that were
part of the special weapons program directed by General Hans Kammler.

Your FOIA request was received by my office on January 27, 2022 and
assigned internal tracking number *22-18467*.

It would appear that, with the exception of your request for information on
records concerning Karl Emil Fiebinger, research pertaining to all of the
abovementioned subjects was recently carried out by a member of our staff,
Lauren Theodore, and reported to you on February 7, 2022 (see our response
22-17799). As our office has a relatively small staff and deals with a
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Among the Records of the Army Staff (Record Group 319) are the
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Archives from the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (USAINSCOM).
The IRR files are military intelligence and Counter Intelligence Corps
(CIC) files maintained by USAINSCOM and its predecessor organizations. We
searched the index of textual and digital IRR files and located two files
pertaining to Karl Fiebinger (but *not* Karl Emil Fiebinger). These
files (*XE061504
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National Archives at College Park, MD

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From: Tino Von Struckmann

I can elaborate on my request,
I know as American forces took the tunnel systems in St. Georgen, Gusen (Bergkristall and Kellerbau) the Air force photographed these tunnels and the several thousands of pieces of machinery, Also the technical branch and OSS made extensive reports in May and June 1945. Furthermore US Forces removed as many machines as was possibly before the hand over to the Russian army in August 1945.
Furthermore Both British and US air forces flew reconnaissance flights and photographed these tunnels and reported on these with photos attached in both 44 and 45. This report was released but the photos and aerial photos from before and after liberation have not been released.
These two tunnel systems were extensively documented, photographed and catalogued. Please help me find these photos these were the most technically advanced underground production facilities the Germans built during the war.
Today very few prisoners are still alive and they would like to show the world what their friends there died for, so time is of the essence
I hope this helps

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