Volume 2: Letters written on active service, M-W, 1914-1919 - Page 94
are anxiously waiting our return which I hope will be soon now, and by all appearances over this way we will see the end this year.
I think it will come a bit of surprise to you Miss King when I tell you that I have transferred to the 2nd NSW Battalion and in a week or two I will be up with the best of luck knocking Fritz's. My reason for transferring from the Staff job which I was on is because Miss King that I am eager to be in the thick of it and I know my services are required. It is just joy Miss King to know that we will soon be in the scrap and I can assure you the boys who are coming away from Australia now are very anxious to get up and do something. They leave the Base