Another letter from Pte. G. Kipp elaborating on his experience at Shorncliffe, England. Jovially, Kipp commences his letter by telling readers that his battalion has a live goat mascot who happened to eat a towel he left out to dry. He further shares that the war is coming to a climax, as the British are taking the offensive in the West and there is talk of an end to the Great War in August.
Streetsville Review, 20 July 1916