My name is Roger Kennedy and I am the coordinator for the Berlin Stadt portion of the Germany GenWeb Project. The past Berlin-Stadt GenWeb coordinator was Peggy Tebbetts from 2000-2003 and we thank her for her time and efforts for that time.
If your ancestors were from the area around Berlin, please visit the Brandenburg GenWeb site for leads and links to aid in your research.
Berlin is the largest city in Germany with approximately 3.5 million people and is located on the rivers of Spree and Havel. It was the capital of Prussia until 1945, and the capital of Germany from 1871 until 1945. From 1949 until 1989, the city was divided into two parts: West Berlin and East Berlin. East Berlin was the capital of the German Democratic Republic, and a wall was erected between East and West in 1961 and remained until Nov 1989. After the unification of Germany in October of 1990, Berlin once again became the capital.
Berlin Stadt Message Board. - This board will allow you to post Queries, Biographies, and Obituaries of your Berlin ancestors.
Genealogical Databases (Under Construction)
German Vital Records
Documents in German History Project
German Transcribe Group
Hamburg Emigration Lists
Resources for German Genealogy on the Internet
Resources for German Studies
Die Deutsche Bibliothek
Brandenburg- the area surrounding the City of Berlin
Deutsche Bahn (Trains)
Palatine Vital Records
Cyndi's List of Genealogical Sites on the Internet
Family Tree Maker
Kindred Konnections - also known as My Trees
One Great Family
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