The Federal Archives digital picture database contains a continually growing selection of the approximately 11 million pictures, aerial photographs and posters on German history that are kept in the Federal Archives.
Many inventories and other finding aids do not yet exist in digital form and are therefore not integrated into the online research offerings of the Federal Archives. More detailed information can be found here.
The information portal for Forced Labour in the National Socialist State offers information on archived materials concerning NS forced labour, its history and existing literature, while at the same time giving an overview of compensation activities and reparation measures from 1945 until today.
The inventory of sources on the history of euthanasia crimes between 1939-1945 gives an overview of the archive materials maintained by several countries concerning organised murder by the NS regime on those exhibiting psychological illness or mental disabilities.
The Internet presentation published by the Historical Commission of the Bavarian Academy of Science and the Federal Archives of the files of the Reich Chancellery. Weimar Republic allows a search across the previously published edition volumes.
In the online catalogue of the Federal Archives, the library holdings of the Federal Archives from the acquisition year 1995 onwards and several older, already converted titles can be searched through.