Nazi crime  

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Nazi crime or Hitlerite crime or zbrodnia hitlerowska) is a legal concept used in some legal systems (for example in Polish law).

In Polish legal system a Nazi crime is an action carried out by, inspired by or tolerated by public functionaries of the Third Reich (1933-1945) that also classifies as a crime against humanity (in particular, genocide) or other persecutions of people due to their belonging to a particular national, political, social, ethnic or religious group.

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