TREASON: Life for a Snob

In Boston's Federal District Court last week a gaunt, haughty, thin-lipped man stood up to hear his sentence. He was Douglas Chandler, onetime newspaper reporter, American Lord Haw Haw, convicted as a common traitor (TIME, July 7). The judge gave him one more chance to speak.

In the cultivated voice that had once harangued the world over Berlin radio, Chandler read his statement. He had wanted to take the stand "to establish the truth of my beliefs, particularly as to the danger to my country from the conspiracy of world Jewry. My counsel thought me insane, I am not insane. ....

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