Government Click on the links below to view German Government Resources: Archives in Germany - Links to Sites Links to Federal, State, Church, Military and other German Archives. Bremen Passenger Lists 1920-1939 (The Original) 3017 passenger lists which were saved in a salt mine and survived World War II. A Project with the Bremen Chamber of Commerce and the Bremen Staatsarchiv. DNA and Immigration The use of DNA analysis in the context of immigration policies in Germany can be traced back to the end of the 1990s. Gräbersuche online - on the Website of the Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge (the People's Federation for War Graves Welfare) Search for German Military gravesites. In German, but there is a page of explanation in English reached by clicking on the Union Jack at the top of the page. Schleswig-Holstein Archives of Communities - Kommunale Archive 122 individual archives for communities in Schleswig-Holstein Schleswig-Holstein Government Website Culture, Tourism, Economy, Education and Research and Development Schleswig-Holstein on Genealogy.net - GenWiki Information about Germany's northernmost state, with a list of historical societies. Schleswig-Holstein State Archives - Landesarchiv Schleswig-Holstein They store historical documents (deeds, files, maps and diagrams, photos and documentary films), pertaining to the government, law, and administration of the area since the Middle Ages. “STOP THE DNA COLLECTION FRENZY!”: EXPANSION OF GERMANY’S DNA DATABASE The campaign “Stop the DNA Collection Frenzy!” points at various problems of DNA data mining by the German police.