BUCKINGHAM PALACE Sept 13, 1940 (Reuters) Standing amidst a portion of the palace recently hit by German air bombers, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth reacted to the news that their great-grandson, Prince Harry, joined the Nazi Party. The Queen Mother said, "While I have made every effort to bring the people of our beloved England together in this time of great peril, I feel I must have neglected my great-grandson. Prince Harry's decision to join the German Nazi Party is as perplexing to me as it is to all the people in the East End who are under constant bombardment from Hitler's Luftwaffe. I just don't know why Prince Harry decided to become a Nazi, but we will try to support and love him just the same as if he remained a loyal Brit. Prince Harry told us that he wishes to go and fight in the Afrika Corps with Rommel, and although he will be in combat against British soldiers, we are grateful that at least he didn't decide to join the Luftwaffe and drop bombs on his dear old Queen Mum."
At 10 Downing, Prime Minister Winston Churchill angrily denounced Prince Harry. "What ever got into that boy? He had the best possible education and was being considered for a spot at Sandhurst. Then he goes and joins the bloody Nazis! I just cannot understand such a thing! How can I possibly go on with my duty of inspiring the British people, when their own prince takes up with the enemy? I have instructed our MI5 to gather all intelligence on whomever it was that got Prince Harry mixed up in this Nazi Party thing. Our best agent 007 will get to the bottom of this dreadful affair. I cannot confirm or deny the rumor that we are considering kidnapping Prince Harry and locking him in the Tower before he has a chance to go to Africa.
Spoof reporter Morgan Truce was able to track down Prince Harry at a Nazi rally being held at a secret location in the countryside. Amidst the cheers of several thousand aristocrats, Prince Harry said, "I will do my best for Hitler. The Germans will do a much better job of ruling this country than my family ever did! I wear my swastika proudly and I now salute you. Seig Heil!"
The crowd of well-heeled Nazi sympathizers returned the salute and cheered their new leader. Things are now looking brighter for Hitler's invasion of Britain.