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Dear Mr. Forster,
Thank you for contacting us via History Hub.
Most of the WWII German captured documents in our custody exist on microfilm as part of Record Group (RG) 242 -- National Archives Collection of Foreign Records Seized. The originals were sent back to Germany during the 1950s & 1960s. None of the RG 242 microfilm has been digitized at this time. A listing of all of the microfilm is available at https://www.archives.gov/research/captured-german-records/foreign-records-seized.html
There are various German records in Record Group 260 -- Records of U.S. Occupation Headquarters, World War II and other record groups. The German records that were microfilmed as part of the Holocaust-Era Assets microfilming project (from 2001-2010) were digitized by fold3 and available on that web site or through the International Research Portal at https://www.archives.gov/research/holocaust/international-resources/nara. The National Archives will receive the digital images from fold3 in the next few years. A list of these microfilm publications are located at https://www.archives.gov/research/holocaust/microfilm-publications.
In the 1990s, the National Archives received records from the Berlin Document Center. A small percentage of these records remain classified.
We hope that this information is useful.
Thank you very very much for your very informative reply; much appreciated :-)