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- Nazi medical experiments : Part of The Holocaust was a program of nonconsensual medical experiments, primarily conducted at concentration camps, for which many of those conducted them were tried for war crimes
- Infectious jaundice : Obsolete name for what is probably hepatitis A
- Hepatitis A : A viral inflammation of the liver, transmissible through fecal contamination of food or water, caused by the hepatitis A virus
- Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp : Third Nazi concentration camp, established in 1936, collecting prisoners, at first primarily political, from the Berlin area; located near Oranienburg, north of Berlin
- Natzweiler Concentration Camp : A fairly small concentration camp, also called Struthof, near the town of Natzweiler, 55 kilomtres south of Strasbourg, France; had quarries and underground factories, and used for Nazi medical experiments.