Harz 11

Der Brocken wurde umfangreich für Überwachungs- und Spionagezwecke genutzt.

Auf dem Gipfel befanden sich zwei große und leistungsfähige Abhöranlagen.
Eine gehörte dem sowjetischen Militärgeheimdienst GRU und war damit zugleich der westlichste Vorposten Moskaus,
die andere war der Hauptabteilung III. des Ministerium für Staatssicherheit der DDR unterstellt.
Die Objekte trugen die Tarnnamen „Jenissej“ und „Urian“.

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