A WELSH composer who spent his life touring the world playing music has been unmasked as a secret Nazi traitor who backed Adolf Hitler’s plans for world domination.
Leigh Vaughan-Henry bought more than £250,000 work of guns and ammo as part of his plans to help the Fuhrer take over Britain.
Tim Tate – author of the bombshell new book Hitler’s British Traitors – has branded Vaughan-Henry a “very dangerous man”.
Speaking to Wales Online, he said: “He was corresponding with Nazi leaders like Joseph Goebbels and he also went over there to meet them, essentially acting as a disseminator of fascist propaganda.
“He'd hold secret meetings at his address in Ladbroke Grove, West London, for other Nazi sympathisers.
“He'd hold secret meetings at his address in Ladbroke Grove, West London, for other Nazi sympathisers”
"Their intentions were made clear at these gatherings – go onto the street and intimidate and act against certain people, even to threaten and their wives and children.
"The reports read that this was to 'be organised with great care' so that they could replace the existing UK government with a puppet regime working on behalf of Berlin.
"This revolution was to take place 'after the total loss of the Channel ports and the defeat of Allied Forces on the Western Front’…
"He was a very dangerous man.”
Mr Tate says MI5 monitored Vaughan-Henry for years, locking him up briefly during the war – and letting him out once hostilities ceased.
Vaughan-Henry resumed his normal life and it's thought only those close to him would have known of his time in prison or his true nature.
Earlier this month Daily Star Online revealed how Hitler “very nearly” dropped an atomic bomb on London.
Naval historians in Norway uncovered a boat used by the Nazis to transport heavy water – an ingredient in nuclear reactors.
But Winston Churchill ordered the British Navy to sink the ship – without knowing what was on board.