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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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It stems from radio critic Jonah Barrington describing a German broadcaster as speaking "English of the haw-haw, dammit-get-out-of-my-way-variety".
Lord Haw-Haw - real name William Joyce, 39 - was later hanged.
His cut-glass accent was ridiculed, while one waggish cartoonist named him Lord Haw-Haw, a label that stuck.
The Lord Haw-Haw furore totally overshadowed the presentation by Mr Swinney on the same day of the party's economic blueprint for an independent Scotland.
NAZI collaborator Lord Haw-Haw broadcast several times from Radio Luxembourg's studios.
Nazi propagandist Lord Haw-Haw, who broadcast to Britain during World War II, was the last person to be charged with the offence.
1945: Wartime traitor William Joyce (pictured) - Lord Haw-Haw - 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.
1945: Wartime traitor William Joyce, alias Lord Haw-Haw, pictured, was sentenced to be hanged after his trial at the Old Bailey.
Mitler, the original Lord Haw-Haw, survived the war and appeared on peacetime German television.