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Rail travel within Germany / luggage question

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I was wondering if there's an option to check your luggage thru to your destination city when traveling by rail within Germany. Or do you have to carry your own luggage on/off each train? I couldn't find this info on the DB site. If you have to carry on board, is there room to store a full size suitcase? Does it make much of a difference if you're traveling first vs. second class? I'm afraid taking only a carry-on size bag is not an option on this trip. Thanks in advance for any help.

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