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Charles Henry Byce

Julie & Selina
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Julie Lee

on 14 November 2013

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Transcript of Charles Henry Byce

by: Pretty Julie & Selina
Charles

Henry

Byce

Charles Henry Byce was born on March 8TH , 1916, Chapleau, Ontario, Canada. He died on November 30, 1994.
Family & Childhood
He got lots of medals including Distinguished Conduct
Medal (DCM) AND the Military Medal (MM) during the SECOND WORLD WAR
Medals&Accomplishments
On July 4,1940 he enlisted himself in the Lake Superior regiment. He earned a Distinguished Conduct medal and Military Medal.
Charles Henry Byce
Charles Henry Byce is the son of Henry Charles Byce and Lousia Saylors and husband of Frances Antoinette Grasse.
When he was young, his father was a solider fighting in Europe because of the first world war. His mother was a Cree from Moose factory.
Moose factory for aboriginal people.
What made Charles Henry Byce famous
Date of birth
Problems/Obstacles
He was aggressive and selfish. So he got shunned by other soliders Also he was aboriginal and didn't have enough rights.
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