Remembering those who fought in the Great War.

George Hope Campbell Hart

Born 10/3/1881. Son of John Campbell hart & Annie Stephen Hart. Listed on The Men of Greenock

Photo details - Outdoor group portrait of the officers of C company, 12th Battalion. Identified from left to right: back row: Lieutenant (Lt) John Royle Taylor from Hobart, Tasmania; Second Lieutenant (2nd Lt) Arthur Luke Stevens Davey MC MM from Launceston, Tasmania; Lt Squire Walter Dobson from Hobart; and Lt Mark Bensley from Brisbane, Queensland. Front row: Lt Ralph Dillon Radford from Goodwood, South Australia; Captain (Capt) William Anderson Connell DCM from Winnalah, Tasmania (later died of wounds in Belgium on 28 December 1917); Capt Lawrence Edgar Burt from Kingswood, South Australia; Capt William Richard Jorgenson from Wayville, South Australia; and 2nd Lt George Hope Campbell Hart from Glasgow, Scotland (later promoted to Lt and died of wounds in France on 25 April 1918).

Joined Australian Imperial Force on 10/9/1914. He received a Special Mention for conspicuous gallantry and valuable service at Gallipoli 25/4/15 - 25/5/15. He was wounded in the thigh and hospitalised with diarrhoea. Appointed Lieutenant in July 1916 by which time he had moved to France. He was wounded in the back but returned to service. He was killed in action and died as a result of his wounds

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