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- Luftwaffe : The German Air Force, both the current and WWII organization; the current usage includes the forces after German unification
- Schutzstaffel : A Nazi German organization, the "SS". technically part of the National Socialist German Workers' Party but in many respects a "state within a state", its functions intermingled with government offices in a manner characteristic of Adolf Hitler's desire to keep final control. While it is best known for its security and genocidal operations, it also had major economic and regular military roles, a far growth from its original role as Hitler's personal bodyguard
- 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
- Karl Brandt : Senior medical officer of Nazi Germany, Gruppenfuhrer in the SS and personal physician to Adolf Hitler; executed for war crimes related to the Holocaust, including involuntary medical experiments and the technical aspects of genocide.
- Karl Gebhardt : A Nazi physician and Chief Surgeon of the SS; executed for Holocaust-related war crimes after conviction in the Medical Case of the Nuremberg Military Tribunals
- Joachim Mrugowsky : A Nazi Schutzstaffel (SS) physician, with the rank of Oberfuehrer; Chief of the SS Hygienic Institute; condemned and executed for war crimes by the Medical Case trial at the Nuremberg Military Tribunals
- Sigmund Rascher : SS physician involved in Nazi medical experiments; tried and executed by the SS for violations of its rules, involving hidden adoption of children and a falsified marriage
- Siegfried Ruff : Director of the Department for Aviation Medicine at the German Experimental Institute for Aviation; defendant at the Medical Case (NMT)
- Hans Wolfgang Romberg : Staff physician at the Department for Aviation Medicine at the German Experimental Institute for Aviation; defendant at the Medical Case (NMT) charged with participation in Nazi high altitude experiments
- High-altitude medicine : The scientific study of effects of high altitude on health.
- Hypoxia : A decreased partial pressure of oxygen in the blood.
- Hypothermia : Mammalian body temperature significantly below normal, as a result of trauma, accidental cold exposure, disease or deliberate induction for treatment