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Plans were made for a special agent of the FBI to act as a substitute for the Army Colonel at the meet." The Colonel's reply was, "Why, certainly." The Soviet then remarked that he was a man with a wife and child and wanted security for them.He asked the Colonel if he would help him if he (the Soviet) came to the States. The Soviet then made a chart of downtown Manhattan.On the designated date, in August, the two men met by prearrangement in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in East Berlin. The Colonel entered the Soviet's car, which was standing on a side street. The United States officer told the Soviet that he had instructed his driver to return to the spot in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in an hour and a quarter.The Soviet replied that would not be long enough, but the American assured him that his driver would wait. A newcomer, dressed in civilian clothes, was introduced to the Colonel.In the summer of 1954, a Soviet Air Force officer invited a United States Colonel—whom he knew through official contacts— to lunch with him at his quarters in East Berlin.
The Soviet, who knew the American planned to retire from the Army, indicated that he wanted to have a private conversation with him.
The house to which the Soviet brought the Colonel was unoccupied. He acknowledged the introduction by saying, "Hello, Colonel, how are you? This Soviet civilian stated he had been in New York during the war and inferred that he had worked at Amtorg.
He appeared to be about 38 years of age, weighed about 175 pounds, and was 5 feet 10 inches in height.
The Soviet suggested that he could perhaps get some material anyhow.
The American Colonel stated he "would have to think it over." The Soviet asked the Colonel if he needed any money, and he replied in the negative.
The Soviet then indicated that though he himself would probably not meet the American in New York, someone would do so and would make the following statement, "Seems to me that I have met you at Spechstrasse, Colonel. " The Soviet continued, "You should reply: ‘Oh, yes, I have lived there at Spechstrasse 19.'" The Soviet then asked if the Colonel could bring some books, pamphlets and maps from the school in Leavenworth with him.