Talk:Special Courts

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The statement "The Special Courts tried only the pre-war citizens of Poland who were legally subjects of the Polish law" is contradicted by other articles such as Operation Heads which clearly say that German officials were "sentenced" by the Special Courts. I get the impression there's some hair-splitting going on in a attempt to make an organ of the resistance seem like a detached court that just happens to be in occupied territory. Somebody who knows more of the history than I do should reconcile the articles. Vox Sciurorum (talk) 23:49, 29 September 2017 (UTC)