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The Radio Broadcasts Of Lord Haw-Haw WWII MP3 CD, Download, USB Drive

The Radio Broadcasts Of Lord Haw-Haw WWII MP3 CD, Download, USB Drive
The Radio Broadcasts Of Lord Haw-Haw WWII MP3 CD, Download, USB Drive
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The Voice Of Unreasoning Hate Disguised As The Voice Of Reason Broadcasts Poisonous Invective To The Peoples Of The United Nations! 2 Full Hours Of 14 Wartime Propaganda Broadcasts, Presented As An Archival Quality MP3 CD, MP3 Audio Download Or USB Flash Drive! #WilliamJoyce #LordHawHaw #Propaganda #RadioPropaganda #TreasonTrials #Executions #WandsworthPrison #WorldWarIIRadio #WWII #WW2 #WorldWarTwo #WorldWar2 #SecondWorldWar #WW2Radio #PropagandaBroadcasters #GermanyCalling #NaziRadio #NaziGermany #MP3 #CD #AudioDownload #USBDrive


Track 01
December 1939 - Remarks on damage to HMS Exeter

Track 02
April 1940 - Denmark and Norway invaded

Track 03
April 1940 - Denmark and Norway invaded

Track 04
April 1940 - Denmark and Norway, "Schmidt and Smith"

Track 05
April 1940 - Russo-Finnish War concludes, The Altmark, Churchill, war review

Track 06
May 1940 - Holland & Belgium invaded

Track 07
June 1940 - The fall of France

Track 08
July 1940 - Invasion of Britain looms, Oran, captured French Archives

Track 09
Early 1941 - Balkan intentions denied

Track 10
December 1941 - Pearl Harbor, Japanese Pacific victories

Track 11
April 1945 - Last broadcast, immediately before British soldiers raided studio

Track 12
BBC - ''Lord Haw Haw Of Zeesen'' Spoof of Third Reich Radio Propagandists

Track 13
BBC - Allies Sieze Control of Lord Haw Haw's Studios At Radio Hamburg 19450504

Track 14
Lord Haw Haw - Last Germany Calling 19450430

William Joyce (April 24, 1906 - January 3, 1946) was a natural born American citizen who, after joining Sir Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists, obtained a British passport in 1938, then went to Nazi Germany to broadcast back to England, the United States and ultimately to the Allies in general insulting "talks" about the progress of World War II in the fictious person of "Lord Haw Haw". He found himself at war's end hanged for the crime of treason by the British, who took him at his word that he was in fact a British citizen. Many arguments have been made over the years that the assertion he owed allegiance to Britain while he held a British passport was questionable, and that his trial should not have resulted in a guilty verdict. However, while at least one American broadcaster for the Axis who was found guilty of treason has since been justly exonerated (Iva Toguri, incorrectly known as "Tokyo Rose"), the fact that the American citizen Joyce broadcast propaganda to America which did meet American criteria for treason (especially those broadcasts regarding the loss of American ships, a subject specifically cited as a treasonous offense to speak of in the aid of an enemy nation) makes it certain that had he been tried in America, as he clearly could have been, he would have been convicted of the crime of treason - the only difference in outcome would likely have been the punishment he received for the offense, since no other American broadcaster of propaganda in WWII was sentenced to death. This single disc MP3 CD collection spans the years 1939 to 1945, and includes fourteen of his broadcasts, most never before available for purchase until this CD release. They have been extensively digitally remastered, and some of them can be heard clearly for the first time since they were recorded over half a century ago. Their release is intended as a lesson in the gospel of hatred so that, especially while America and the free world in 2001 are again at war with yet another band of despotic demagogues, these discredited doctrines which have plagued mankind in the past can be recognized and defeated, both now and in the future.