William Joyce also known as Lord Haw Haw was charged with treason on this day 18th June, 1945 for his pro-German propaganda broadcasting during  WW2, using the English language radio programme Germany Calling. He was hanged at Wandsworth Prison on 3rd January, 1946

William Joyce also known as Lord Haw Haw was charged with treason on this day 18th June, 1945 for his pro-German propaganda broadcasting during WW2, using the English language radio programme Germany Calling. He was hanged at Wandsworth Prison on 3rd January, 1946

Listening to Lord Haw Haw’s broadcasts (which famously always began with the words “Germany Calling, Germany Calling”) was officially discouraged, although incredibly about 60% of the population tuned in after the BBC news every night. The BBC’s output at the beginning of the war was said to have been exceedingly dreary (plus ca change) and the British public seemed to prefer being shocked rather than bored. Lord Haw Haw’s over-the-top and sneering attacks on the British establishment…

Listening to Lord Haw Haw’s broadcasts (which famously always began with the words “Germany Calling, Germany Calling”) was officially discouraged, although incredibly about 60% of the population tuned in after the BBC news every night. The BBC’s output at the beginning of the war was said to have been exceedingly dreary (plus ca change) and the British public seemed to prefer being shocked rather than bored. Lord Haw Haw’s over-the-top and sneering attacks on the British establishment…

Margaret Joyce (nee White), wife of Nazi propagandist William Joyce ("Lord Haw Haw), at her arrest in 1945.

Margaret Joyce (nee White), wife of Nazi propagandist William Joyce ("Lord Haw Haw), at her arrest in 1945.

William Joyce (24 April 1906 – 3 January 1946), nicknamed Lord Haw-Haw, was an Irish-American fascist politician and Nazi propaganda broadcaster to the United Kingdom during the Second World War. He was controversially hanged for treason by the British as a result of his wartime activities, being taken to owe allegiance to the UK by his possession of a British passport, a document to which, ironically, he was not entitled.

William Joyce (24 April 1906 – 3 January 1946), nicknamed Lord Haw-Haw, was an Irish-American fascist politician and Nazi propaganda broadcaster to the United Kingdom during the Second World War. He was controversially hanged for treason by the British as a result of his wartime activities, being taken to owe allegiance to the UK by his possession of a British passport, a document to which, ironically, he was not entitled.

Mail arrives in my inbox all the time, telling me that by going to Mexico I have sold out, fled, abandoned the United States. I’m a coward and a traitor, just like Lord Haw Haw, and Kim Philby, and probably hate America more than Barack Obama does. It is is irrational. They think that just because […]

Mail arrives in my inbox all the time, telling me that by going to Mexico I have sold out, fled, abandoned the United States. I’m a coward and a traitor, just like Lord Haw Haw, and Kim Philby, and probably hate America more than Barack Obama does. It is is irrational. They think that just because […]

MAY  29 1945 U.S. Ex-POW Kurt Vonnegut writes home. Fascist politician and Nazi propaganda broadcaster William Joyce, known as Lord Haw Haw, lies in an ambulance after his arrest by British officers at Flensburg, Germany, on 29 May 1945. He was shot during the arrest.

MAY 29 1945 U.S. Ex-POW Kurt Vonnegut writes home. Fascist politician and Nazi propaganda broadcaster William Joyce, known as Lord Haw Haw, lies in an ambulance after his arrest by British officers at Flensburg, Germany, on 29 May 1945. He was shot during the arrest.

British Nazi Lord Haw-Haw, new biography http://www.biographicalinquiries2.com/british-nazi-lord-haw-haw-new-biography

British Nazi Lord Haw-Haw, new biography http://www.biographicalinquiries2.com/british-nazi-lord-haw-haw-new-biography

Daily Mail from 70 years ago reveals capture of traitor Lord Haw-Haw

Daily Mail from 70 years ago reveals capture of traitor Lord Haw-Haw

the battle of cable street. how London-Irish and the Jewish community came together to fight mosely's blackshirts  Mosley lieutenant William Joyce aka Lord Haw Haw

the battle of cable street. how London-Irish and the Jewish community came together to fight mosely's blackshirts Mosley lieutenant William Joyce aka Lord Haw Haw

Pinterest
Search