Axis Sally & Tokyo Rose

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  1. hoggene

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    Mildred Gillars ("Axis Sally") Mildred Gillars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Nazi radio propagandist during WW2 and indicted for treason. She was convicted and spend 11 years in prison.

    Iva Ikuko Togui (”Tokyo Rose”) Iva Toguri D'Aquino - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Japanese-American radio propagandist was detained for a year after the war, but released for lack of evidence. She was later convicted on one count of treason and given a 10-year prison sentence, Owing to serious problems with the conduct of the trial she was pardoned (by Gerald Ford in 1977).

    Source: The Radio Propaganda Page - Orphan Ann ("Tokyo Rose")

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