WW2 German special projects, research, ss General Hans Kammler documents etc. (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.
Multi Request WW2 German special projects, research, ss General Hans Kammler documents etc.
Due March 19, 2021
Est. Completion None
Awaiting Response


From: Tino Von Struckmann

To Whom It May Concern:

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

I am requesting the following list of information, documents any and all information about:

US Army Officer Donald W Richardson's various CIC rapports made in Czechoslovakia, Poland, Germany and Austria on and around May 9 1945. Especially those of his encounters with SS General Hans Kammler. His involvement with SS general Hans Kammler in the years after WW2. Information on special access programs he was involved in during and after the war in relation to war time German technology and weapons research and development.

I also request all records regarding SS General Hans Kammler's wartime papers, files, and records on special research, both on weapons, propulsion, construction and energy research. All Hans Kammler records obtained at the end of the war and after the war. Especially I request the report or reports, Hans Kammler wrote for US investigators after his capture, this report details his research and development.

Also I request the interrogation report of Dr Wilhelm Voss, former Executive of the Skoda Werke, (CZ) also apprehended by the US Army after the war.

Furthermore, I request records on Hans Kammler's post war records and his POW status. (it has been confirmed from previously released CIC records he was apprehended by the US Army in 1945.) and all his post war interrogations must thus exist. Records from DUSTBIN, CIC, CIA, FBI, OSS as well as the US Army must exist to this effect. (several have been released recently giving proof to this, thus far more must exist) one of Kammlers CIC files #D-6797

Also I request the captured German records regarding the German / Nazi / SS special research under the auspices of Hans Kammler. Documentation from Amstgruppe C of the SS Wirtschafts und Verwalterungshauptamt Sonderbehollmachrigter 2. with regards to construction and special projects.

I request the Polish war crime trial transcript of SS Lieutenant General Jacob Sporrenberg. and documentation involving him with SS research and hans Kammler.

I request the personnel record of SS General Emil Mazuw, and documentation involving him with SS research and Hans Kammler.
I request files regarding a German officer named Anton Dolmus relation to the Luftwaffe and the SS research projects.
I request SHAEF and SOE records pertaining to Hans Kammler, surveillance records of his movements from 1944 to the end of the war. Profiles written as well as locations of research facilities known to have been visited by Hans Kammler.
I request any information any US archival information on German wartime special research at the SS run facility at Pibrams in former Czechoslovakia. Such as the April 25 1946 CIC report mentioning its director Alfred Baubin and its Director Engel.

I request the following report and all others pertaining to the WFG Weser Flugzeugbau (Weser Werke) at Rabstejn in former CZ Research and manufacturing site. According to a Pentagon Air Force Intelligence division report confirming that a cyclotron was removed by the Russians after the war ended in 1945. This and all other reports from all departments on this site.

I request an inventory list of what was found during the US Military Hidden Documents mission into Czechoslovakia in 1947, where 32 crates of Hans Kammler’s papers were retrieved from a secret location in Stechovice. Also I request the mission debriefing report. And a rapport on the content.

Further more I request any information on a joint CIA operation (Joint several foreign contractors as well as JPL and LL) rapport on a mission to the same general area of Czech Republic in 1989/91 to a place named Mednick Hill (north) during this mission a large amount of SS research notes and material was excavated from an underground bunker, I request a detailed rapport as to what was found and copies of the documents.

I furthermore request any captured documents labeled, noted or stamped with the German term KRIEGSENTECHEIDEND

I hope to hear from you, these papers are extremely important to history and it would be in the interest of the historical and military community that they be release.

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.


Tino Von Struckmann


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