He did very well there as an organizer and speaker, and was known for wading into brawls against anti-fascists.
After looking for a job, Joyce got an interview an audience with the Nazi state's radio service.
However, Joyce made it his own and leaned into the role, introducing himself with the nickname on-air.
It's not sure whether this last recording was broadcast, but as you can hear, he's rather 'tired and emotional'.
Claiming that he was not a British citizen when broadcasting, he fought treason charges. However, he was found guilty at trial and appeal.
Turns out that lie signed his death warrant - the British government upheld the validity of the passport during his broadcasting, and thus the conviction.
I say no more.