Maurice Holt

Major General Sir Maurice Percy Cue Holt (8 June 1862 – 6 September 1954) was a senior British Army medical officer of the First World War.

Holt was born in Kingston on Thames, Surrey, the son of Maurice Holt and his wife, Ada Holt. He was educated at King's College School and King's College Hospital. He joined the Army in 1887.

Holt commissioned into the Royal Army Medical Corps in 1887. He served as a medical officer with the Sambana and North Zululand expeditions of 1895, before seeing active service in the Second Boer War. He was present at the Siege of Ladysmith and was awarded the Distinguished Service Order in 1902. He served throughout the First World War, and was made Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George in 1917 and Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath in 1919 in connection with his services. He was also made a Commander of the Legion of Honour by the French government in 1919.

He retired from the army in 1922. Between 1928 and 1922, Holt was Colonel Commandant of the Royal Army Medical Corps.

He died in Aldershot, Hampshire, aged 92. Provided by Wikipedia

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