Foreign News: Haw Haw

To London's Chief Magistrate, Sir Bertrand Watson, it was Case No. 24 on his Bow Street Police Court docket. To Britons it was the first step in bringing to justice Britain's No. i traitor, William ("Lord Haw Haw of Hamburg") Joyce, 39. For the purpose, a British statute nearly six centuries old was dusted off. Joyce, charged the Court, "adhered to the King's enemies elsewhere than in the King's realm, to wit, in the German realm contrary to the Treason Act of 1351."

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