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Dec 20, 2014

Tortured RAF man remembered

Seventy years ago today, Arthur Banks of Llanddulas was killed after surviving days of torture in Italy. The young man was later awarded the George Cross for refusing to yield ...

Category: General
Posted by: RhodriC

information about the Partisans who had helped him after his RAF plane crash-landed in enemy territory. After the war, 27 Italians and Germans - including a doctor - were prosecuted for their involvement in his torture and murder. To read our page in his memory, scan the QR codes by Llanddulas or Abergele war memorials and, when the web page has loaded, press the soldier icon next to his name in the Second World War list. Or click here