List of Allied traitors during World War II
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The following is a list of people from Allied countries suspected of treachery or treason during World War II. It is not a list of Nazi war criminals.
- Kanao Inouye - Guilty, executed on 27 August 1947
- Patrick Stanley Vaughan Heenan - Guilty of treason, shot on 13 February 1942
- John Amery - Civilian - Guilty of treason, executed on 19 December 1945
- George Johnson Armstrong - Civilian - Guilty of treachery, executed on 10 July 1941
- Norman Baillie-Stewart - Guilty of "committing an act likely to assist the enemy", sentenced to 5 years in jail
- Harold Cole - Soldier - A con man,thief and deserter who betrayed escaped airmen and French Resistance members to the Gestapo - killed by French Police 1945. See http://www.rafinfo.org.uk/rafescape/guerisse.htm
- Thomas Haller Cooper - member of Waffen-SS - Guilty of treason, sentence of death was commuted to life imprisonment - released 1953
- Oswald John Job - Civilian - London-born son of German parents - "may well have been an informer" within St Denis internment camp- Guilty of treachery, executed on 16 March 1944
- William Joyce - Civilian - Guilty of treason, executed on 3 January 1946
- Roy Walter Purdy - Merchant Navy officer, propaganda broadcaster and informer at Colditz "reprieved on the grounds that [he] had been [a follower] in treason rather than [a leader] ... released from prison ... in December 1954" - died in 1982. Security Service files on him are held by the National Archives under references KV 2/259 to KV 2/261.
- Theodore Schurch - Soldier - Guilty of treachery, executed on 4 January 1946
- Duncan Scott-Ford - Merchant seaman - Guilty of treachery, executed on 3 November 1942
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- Jose Estelle Key - Civilian - Guilty of treachery, executed on 7 July 1942 at Wandsworth Prison, London, England
United States of America
- Iva Toguri D'Aquino - Guilty, jailed for 6 years. Pardoned 1977-because of perjured testimony. Died 2006
- Velvalee Dickinson - Guilty of Spying for the Japanese. Jailed. Died 1980
- Mildred Gillars - Guilty, jailed, released in 1961. Died 1988
- Tomoya Kawakita - Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment, pardoned in 1963 and deported to Japan.
- Martin James Monti - Guilty and served time in prison post World War II twice 1946-1947 and from 1948 to 1960. Died 2000
- Ezra Pound - mentally unfit to stand trial. Died 1972
- Robert Henry Best - Guilty, sentenced to life in prison. Died 1952.
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