Now that the time has come for you to leave the Army and go back to civil life, I wish, both personally and officially, to thank you for the service which you have given.
You may take away with you the priceless knowledge that you have played a man's part in this great War for freedom and fair play. you will take away with you also your remembrances of your comrades, your pride in your Unit, and your love for your Country.
You have played the game: go on playing it, and all will be well with the great Empire which you have helped to save.
I wish you every prosperity and happiness.
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