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Fri Mar 21 17:15:02 2014 UTClccn-n820810230.00Skymning över England0.451.00The martyrdom of William Joyce /74104702William_Joycen 82081023777722Haw-Haw, LordHaw-Haw, Lord, 1906-1946Lord Haw-HawLord Haw-Haw, 1906-1946ジョイス, ウイリアムlccn-n79100227West, Rebecca1892-1983lccn-n82058566Amery, John1912-1945lccn-n83168107Cole, J. A.(John Alfred)1905-lccn-n50041671Great BritainCentral Criminal Courtlccn-n50072626Great BritainCourt of Criminal Appeallccn-n80001216Great BritainParliamentHouse of Lordslccn-n97039681Martland, Peterlccn-n79033026Selwyn, Francislccn-n97849501Farndale, Nigellccn-n50046158Kilroy, ThomasJoyce, William1906-1946Trials, litigation, etcHistoryControversial literaturePolitical platformsMusicGreat BritainTrials (Treason)Joyce, William,World War (1939-1945)PropagandaAmery, John,Propaganda, GermanCollaborationistsNazi propagandaNazisTraitorsGermanyRadio in propagandaEngland--LondonInjunctionsTreasonBracken, Brendan,EnglandAntisemitismFascismIrishNational socialismTrialsUnited StatesInternational relationsAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Manchester, George Montagu,--Duke of,Joyce, Margaret,JewsJewish questionWar crime trialsEnglish drama--Irish authorsPolitical scienceJoyce, WilliamSocialismBritish Union of FascistsDictatorshipSpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanDemocracyRadio serialsPublic opinionEconomic historyShortwave radioCampaign literatureEducation--Political aspectsSocial historyPopular musicJapanJoyce, MargaretRadio broadcasting19061946193219331934193519361937193919401941194219451946194719481949195219561964196519661967197019741975197619771982198419851986198719881991199219931994199519971998200020012002200320042005200620082010632760178942.084DA585.J625212ocn003856862book19460.79Joyce, WilliamThe trial of William JoyceHistoryTrials, litigation, etc16718ocn026808145book19400.79Joyce, WilliamTwilight over EnglandHistoryControversial literatureNationalsozialismus : Propaganda - Antisemitismus : Grossbritannien102ocn697721410com18770.84Joyce, WilliamThe doctrines and principles of the law of injunctions103ocn036447348book19330.56Joyce, WilliamDictatorship85ocn271031892book19340.59Joyce, WilliamFascism and Jewry82ocn028279215book19370.94Joyce, WilliamNational socialism now84ocn003735564book19370.47Joyce, WilliamNational socialism now+-+772664954632441ocn223607327book19520.47West, RebeccaThe meaning of treasonHistoryTrials, litigation, etcWest's acclaimed examination of traitors-now available as an ebookA gripping profile that takes readers inside World War II spy rings and gets to the heart of what it means to betray one's countryThroughout her career, Rebecca West dug into psyches, real and fictional, to try to understand the meaning of betrayal. In the aftermath of World War II, West was incensed when several wartime turncoats were tried with seeming indifference-and worse, sympathy-from the British public. In exploring these traitors' origins, crimes, and motivations, West exposes how class division, greed, and discrimination can taint loyalties and redraw the relationships between individuals and their fatherland. A fascinating book, The Meaning of Treason combines the intrigue of a spy novel with West's classic, careful dissection of man's moral struggles41ocn001179616book19390.47Insult to National Anthem; Jewish policy exposed31ocn639004437rcrd0.81The old time radio world war II megasetThe entire surviving broadcasts of 34 classic radio titles31ocn044821348book19980.27Joyce, WilliamFascism and Jewry21ocn840847039rcrd20020.92British war broadcasting, 1938-1945Music21ocn433949187book20000.63Doherty, M. ANazi wireless propaganda : Lord Haw-Haw and British public opinion in the Second World WarHistory"This book traces the development of the German propaganda service and looks to erode the myth surrounding Lord Haw-Haw - the 'superpropagandist'. Propaganda is presented in context: the purposes behind it, the changing patterns, themes, styles, and techniques employed, and the impact upon the target audience and its morale." "An analysis of the Nazi wireless broadcasts to Britain for the whole of the Second World War reveals a sophisticated and intelligent propaganda assault on the social and economic fabric of British society. In the end the British failed to succumb to the stupefying effects of Nazi propaganda and they traditionally congratulate themselves upon the national unity which immunised them against it. The author argues that this traditional view disguises a more complex, less appealing reality."--Jacket+-+881861392521ocn048158888rcrd19740.47Joyce, WilliamBarry Sadler presents Germany calling Axis Sally - Lord Haw Haw21ocn036447385book19320.73Joyce, WilliamFascist educational policyPolitical platforms22ocn072554776book1941Joyce, WilliamSkymning över England21ocn064407416rcrd20010.47Shortwave propaganda broadcasts of the Third ReichVarious Nazi propaganda transcriptions and broadcasts, intended for English-speaking audiences11ocn070847135rcrd20011.00WWII, an audio historyHistorySpans the globe to document the audio records of the United States, Great Britain, France, the Soviet Union, the Third Reich, Imperial Japan and more ... to present the key moments of World War II11ocn672539695book1941Eikoku no tasogare11ocn221229629book19770.93Joyce, William LEmissary and entrepôts: Paris peacemaking in 1783 : an exhibition from the diplomatic papers of the Duke of Manchester, British Ambassador to France in 1783History220613ocn000264514book19640.31West, RebeccaThe new meaning of treasonHistoryEspionage and conspiracy cases of Alan Nunn May, Klaus Fuchs, Burgess and Maclean, and the Ward-Keeler-Profumo affair have been added141620ocn000401305book19470.47West, RebeccaThe meaning of treasonHistoryTrials, litigation, etcWest's acclaimed examination of traitors-now available as an ebookA gripping profile that takes readers inside World War II spy rings and gets to the heart of what it means to betray one's countryThroughout her career, Rebecca West dug into psyches, real and fictional, to try to understand the meaning of betrayal. In the aftermath of World War II, West was incensed when several wartime turncoats were tried with seeming indifference-and worse, sympathy-from the British public. In exploring these traitors' origins, crimes, and motivations, West exposes how class division, greed, and discrimination can taint loyalties and redraw the relationships between individuals and their fatherland. A fascinating book, The Meaning of Treason combines the intrigue of a spy novel with West's classic, careful dissection of man's moral struggles+-+48757679366455ocn000318091book19640.37Cole, J. ALord Haw-Haw & William Joyce, the full story3066ocn051722635book20030.56Martland, PeterLord Haw Haw : the English voice of Nazi GermanyHistoryBiographySources+-+68029356352578ocn016084310book19870.56Selwyn, FrancisHitler's Englishman : the crime of Lord Haw-Haw2546ocn060424739book20050.27Farndale, NigelHaw-Haw : the tragedy of William & Margaret JoyceBiography+-+47443488852536ocn013582111book19860.84Kilroy, ThomasDouble crossDrama+-+52960870362318ocn056538643book20030.39Kenny, MaryGermany calling : a personal biography of William Joyce, 'Lord Haw-Haw'HistoryBiography"William Joyce gained notoriety as the propaganda voice of the Third Reich. Known as 'Lord Haw-Haw', he was the last man to be hanged for treason by the British Crown, executed as a British subject who had given aid and comfort to the King's enemies in time of war." "But William Joyce was not a British subject. American by birth, Irish by upbringing, there was no basis for what was seen by many as a show-trial, enacted to express post-war anger towards Hitler, Nazism and the defeated Fascist regime." "Now, sixty years after the Second World War, acclaimed journalist and author Mary Kenny explores afresh the life of William Joyce. Discovering an eccentric Irishman whose values were warped by the troubled times in which he grew up, Kenny explores Joyce's obsessive anti-Semitism, laying bare the startling realities behind one of the twentieth century's most notorious voices."--BOOK JACKET+-+832751754632419711ocn000872741book19460.79Joyce, WilliamThe trial of William JoyceHistoryTrials, litigation, etc152ocn004483797book19390.90Barrington, JonahLord Haw-Haw of Zeesen; being a complete and revealing biography of Germany's no. I English radio announcer, together with some hitherto unpublished details of his love life with Winnie the Whopper, his marriage to Lady Haw-Haw, and his associations with Mopey the Baby, Auntie Gush, and Mr. Smarmy. Including, also, "Six hints for Lord Haw-Haw."Humor141ocn022618296book19650.35Cole, J. AHier spricht der Grossdeutsche Rundfunk, der Fall Lord Haw-Haw71ocn015986147book19870.59The trial of William Joyce "Lord Haw-Haw" : notes from the editors41ocn058758582book19660.92West, RebeccaThe new meaning of treason : With a new introd.22ocn428131080book20001.00Walsh, MichaelThe martyrdom of William JoyceBiography21ocn668202082book19670.92The new meaning of treason21ocn752739989book19460.47JOYCE, WilliamThe Trial of William Joyce. With some notes on other recent trials for treason, etc. Edited, with a foreword, by C. E. Bechhofer Roberts. [With plates, including a portrait.]11ocn022456575rcrd19451.00[The last English broadcast from Radio Hamburg announces that Lord Haw Haw has fled and that the BBC has taken over in the traitor's place]11ocn026890832rcrd19451.00Joyce, William[William Joyce broadcasts from Germany warning British people and farewell to his listeners]11ocn007851137book19451.00Potocki de Montalk, GeoffreyHis Majesty Władysław the Fifth, by the grace of God King of Poland, Hungary and Bohemia ... to His Britannic Majesty's House of Lords Temporal and Spiritual and in particular to the Judicial Committee ...11ocn861182499visu19970.47Lord Haw-Haw the treason of William Joyce+-+7726649546324+-+7726649546324Fri Mar 21 15:57:15 EDT 2014batch22512