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William Joyce

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Chuchill has renounced all British interests in Europe and those of his people who are not blind now realise that the pretext for this war was far removed from the cause of it, namely, the subservience of the so-called democratic politicians to their Jewish masters.
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Broadcast, Radio Cologne, 30 August 1944

 
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