GENERAL HARPER, K.C.B., KILLED IN MOTOR CRASH
The New York Times
December 16, 1922
General Officer of Southern English Command Served on Boer and World Wars.
LONDON, Dec. 15.—Lieut. Gen. Sir George Montague Harper, K. C. B., general officer of the Southern Command since 1919, was killed and Lady Harper was seriously injured today when their motor car skidded into a bank and overturned near Sherborne, Dorsetshire. They were pinned under the car, and Sir George's skull was fractured.
He served well in the South African and World Wars.
(Biography and military service record omitted)
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