CIA report from August 1949
The ALBERTSHOF airfield had been newly constructed in June 1949. There are no buildings. The airfield is assumed to be used as an emergency or training airfield. So far, no air unit has been observed being stationed there.
CIA report from September 1949
A long strip was reserved south of ALBERTSHOF (N 53/V 07) as an emergency landing field. It had been declared off limits and was not to be cultivated.
Four biplanes were observed for the first time on the 150-acre improvised airfield located south of ALBERTSHOF on 20 July 1949. These biplanes practiced flying. A field wire line ran ... along the BERNAU-ALBERTSHOF road.
Source: /CIA RDP82-00457R003400490005-0/
CIA report from February 1950
The Albertshof (N 53/Z 96) emergency landing field was unoccupied and unguarded. The landing field was servicable.
Anmerkung: Only individual PO-2s occasionally landed at the field in 1949. No air unit or ground unit is stationed there.
Source: /CIA RDP82-00457R004500230011-9/
CIA report from March 1950
The Albertshof (N 53/Z 96) improvised airfield which was constructed in 1948 was unoccupied. The landing field, about 300 meters x 2 kilometers, was sodded. There were no buildings or hangars. The former road to Schoenfeld (N 53/V 07) which crossed the landing field was blocked. Trees near the field were being cut.
Source: /CIA RDP82-00457R004600560001-3/
CIA status from May 1951
Landing field intact, 500 x 2,000 meters.
Source: /CIA RDP82-00457R008500050009-8/
BND airfield list from 1953
Albertshof: fomer airstrip, not in use.
Source: /Bundesarchiv B 206/3123/