Fragmentary Prague Text from Moscow

1 Mar 1940

USSRRef. No: 3/NBF/T1800
Issued: /13/7/1966
Copy No: 201.

Fragmentary Prague Text (1940)

No: 371 March 40

   [3 groups unrecovered]
   [67 groups unrecoverable]

TEREZIE [3 groups unrecovered]

Note: [a] The address is not given at the beginning of the message but is "buried" in the body of the message somewhere in the 70-group gap.
Comment: [i] TEREZIE: Unidentified; presumably a covername. Also occurs in MOSCOW-PRAGUE No.36 of 1st March 1940


Source: United States National Security Agency
Added By: C. Peter Chen

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