Review: THE RIDDLES OF WIPERS by John Ivelaw-Chapman

ww1ha recently read and reviewed The Riddles of Wipers by John Ivelaw-Chapman for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s a sample from the review:

(Wipers was the British name for the Belgian town of Ypres.) The Wipers Times was filled with sarcasm, inside jokes, which Ivelaw-Chapman dissects, fake advertisements and poetry sometimes, but not always comical.

Read the full review.

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