World War Two - Lord Haw-Haw

William Joyce, aka Lord Haw-Haw, was a notorious broadcaster of Nazi propaganda to the UK during World War Two. His announcement "Germany calling, Germany calling" was a familiar sound across the airwaves, introducing threats and misinformation that he broadcast from his Hamburg base.

In 1945, Joyce was captured and returned to Britain, where he was later hanged for treason. This collection features some of his broadcasts and interviews with those who knew him.

Propaganda Broadcast - Sinking of the Graf Spee
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Propaganda Broadcast - The Balkans
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War in the Ether - The Ear of Britain
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Propaganda Broadcast - Haw-Haw mocks Churchill
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Propaganda Broadcast - Haw-Haw mocks British fears
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Propaganda Broadcast - Mines in Norwegian waters
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Propaganda Broadcast - Invasion of Denmark and Norway
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BBC Close-Up - Calling Germany
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Propaganda Broadcast - Haw-Haw's final propagandist recording
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Home News - William Joyce: Dismissal of Appeal
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What Did You Do in the War Felix?
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The World at One - Richard Kupsch
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Germany Calling - The War in the Ether
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Germany Calling - The Voice of the Nazi
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Saturday Live - Heather Piercey
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