Sir George John Younghusband (1859-1944) was a British Major-General in the army and an author. He was the brother of the more famous General Sir Francis Younghusband. He joined the army in 1878 and served much of his term in India. After World War I he was appointed keeper of the Jewel House at the Tower of London. His works include: Eighteen Hundred Miles on a Burmese Tat (1888), Polo in India (1890), On Short Leave to Japan (1894), Indian Frontier Warfare (1898), The Philippines and Round About (1899), The Story of the Guides (1908), The Tower From Within (1918), The Tower of London (1919), Forty Years a Soldier (1923) and A Soldier's Memories in Peace and War (1925).