most extraordinary thing of all is that an Anglo-French force (for we are of course pledged to protect Serbia against any fresh attack on her) has landed at Salonika, which is I suppose the only way they can reach Serbia, and the Greeks appear to have agreed, even though grudgingly, to this. And thus we are starting a sixth campaign when we are unable to achieve success in one. Truly it seems a tangle which will never be unravelled. And if Greece enters the War on the side of the enemy the Anglo-French force will be in a delightful position, surrounded by enemies on all sides.
The War is like a snowball which gathers volume as it goes on rolling. Every day seems to take us further from the end. Every month introduces some new & complicating element which further involves all the elements already there. It is too gigantic for the mind to grasp. And through everything, involving things still more, run everyone's personal interests & loves & despairs, most terrible of all.
How I pity the children of future years who will have to "do" this war for History & public examinations! ...