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Harry Banks

Harry Banks (born 16 March, 1896 in Yorkshire, England) was a supposed victim of the soldier crucifixion during World War I.

Harry Banks enlisted into the Canadian Over-seas Expeditionary Force on 1 September, 1915 in Victoria British Columbia Canada.

The only other publicly available knowledge on Harry Banks is located at the National Archives of Canada and consists of national service enlistment forms, with no information about the notorious alleged incident.

External links

Enlistment records for Harry Banks from
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