Warsaw (Dec. 3)
All arrested Nara anti-Semites with the exception of six were freed from the isolation camps in which they were confined, it became known today. Many were freed long before expiration of their sentences.
All Naras in isolation camps were sent there as result of the violent anti-Jewish campaign they carried on early last summer. Jews were attacked in virtually every part of Poland by Nara hooligans. Many were killed and hundreds wounded in the course of the attacks, which ended only when the Nara party was suppressed in July.