British lieutenant who was awarded his nation's highest honor for his courage and leadership in battle.
He was born in Victoria Barracks, Windsor Castle, and he grew up with eight siblings.
He served on the front lines in France during World War I and is most famous for his heroic role in a 1918 battle at Ovillers.
His father, Charles Greenwood, was a soldier who served as the official body guard to the King.
He and World War II hero, David Lord, were both recipients of the Victoria Cross.