132 BA-MA, RH 53-23 / 38, Bl. 190. 133 Kramarz, Joachim. Claus Graf Stauffenberg. 15. November 1907 - 20. Juli 1944. Das Leben eines Offiziers. Frankfurt / Main, 1965. S. 101-111; See also:. Dallin, A. S. 557. 134 BA-MA, RH 2/824, Bl. 29. 135 Ibid., RH 22/135, without the sheet. 136 E. Kostring background worked in the German Embassy in Moscow in 1932-1941 years. as a military attache. Interestingly, in the late 20-ies. he visited Kazan - while there has always been a secret Soviet-German military school ( "Kama"), which trained many future generals of the Wehrmacht. At one time, I inspected the well-known school Heinz Guderian (then a lieutenant colonel and former chief of the Reichswehr troops automobile). Personality E. von Kostring has long been known by the Soviet secret services. That's how it was characterized in one of GUGB NKVD references from June 1940 .: "Kostring is fluent in Russian language. At the slightest opportunity, trying to gain the confidence of the people. At the same time it looks through an experienced and cunning man, who arrived on a special mission of exploration. It has a huge tactical outlook, supported by a wealth of practical experience "(Information courtesy of FSB Lieutenant Colonel Rowell Kashapova).
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