Has The Nation ever had a more unlikely correspondent?

To The Editor Of The Nation:

Sir: In your issue of June 3 Mr. Louis Fischer says that “Hitler spent six months in a palace prison and was then released.”

I was in prison at Sandberg a.S. thirteen months in all. A special decree on April 1, 1924, deprived me of all previous privileges. All privileges theretofore granted the prisoner were either abridged or wiped out. Count Arco was still benefited by these alleviations.

Ufflng, June 28