William Joyce was a brilliant and interesting man. During World War Two, he side with the group that exposed pro-white beliefs, NS Germany. During the war he became the most famous radio announcer on both sides of the conflict. His English broadcasts, his rich voice, wit and humor gained a sizable audience in Britain, where he was nicknamed Lord-Haw-Haw. But most importantly was the subject matter that he talked about; economic, political, world finance, the Jews, British foreign policy and the future of the European man. Most of his life’s work is unavailable, which makes this book one of the few places to learn what Joyce was teaching the world and why after the war this American citizen was executed by the British government for treason.
142 pages ----- Soft Cover