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Buchenwald (bōō´khənvält´), village, Thuringia, S central Germany, in the Buchenwald forest, near Weimar. It was the site of a large concentration camp established by the National Socialist (Nazi) regime in 1937. It held approximately 20,000 prisoners during World War II.

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Buchenwald Site of a Nazi concentration camp, near Weimar in Germany. Established in 1937, it became notorious for the medical experiments conducted on its inmates, of whom c.50,000 died. It was liberated by US forces in 1945.

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Buchenwald

Buchenwald a Nazi concentration camp in the Second World War, near the village of Buchenwald in eastern Germany.

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