German police have discovered a list of politicians and policemen as well as instructions for bomb making in the possession of the a neo-Nazi group in northern Germany. The find was made after authorities arrested members of "Combat 18" in the state of Schleswig-Holstein on Oct. 28. Most of the 20 names on the list were officials from a small town west of Hamburg, but the list also included some national figures, according to police. "Combat 18" allegedly ran a substantial business selling compact discs with extreme right-wing content and blackmailed competitors with threats of violence. The group served as the armed wing of the neo-Nazi group "Blood and Honor,” which was outlawed in 2000, police said.