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Haw-Haw

Lord. See (William) Joyce

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A barrier in the form of a trench; usually used to prevent livestock from crossing; a sunken fence.
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Lord Haw-Haw - real name William Joyce, 39 - was later hanged.
To posterity William Joyce is better known as Lord Haw-Haw, the British fascist and arch-propagandist for Hitler and the Nazis.
The last of the trio, Hitler's Englishman: The Crime of Lord Haw-Haw (Penguin, 1993), by Francis Selwyn, is the best and most intriguing.
1939 Lord Haw-Haw made his first Nazi propaganda broadcast from Germany to the UK.
Nazi propagandist Lord Haw-Haw, who broadcast to Britain during World War II, was the last person to be charged with the offence.
Many people think of Cleobury as the 'little town with the crooked steeple' and indeed in World War 2 German propagandist Lord Haw-Haw is said to have referred to it.
I reckon I did more radio shows in one day than Lord Haw-Haw - if you don't remember him ask your granddad
In Barry we had Lord Haw-Haw (William Joyce) living in Newlands Street before WWII.
1945: Wartime traitor William Joyce, alias Lord Haw-Haw, pictured, was sentenced to be hanged after his trial at the Old Bailey.
INDEPENDENCEDAY FOR KITTS & NEVIS 1945: Wartime traitor William Joyce - who broadcast Nazi propaganda as Lord Haw-Haw - was sentenced to be hanged at the Old Bailey.
Through this he met Lord Haw-Haw, William Joyce, and gathered a great deal of essential data on factories, camouflage and anti-aircraft gun positions.
That brings us to Lord Haw-Haw, who mainly hangs around Pie and Bovril's SPL forum.