19 MAY 1923, Page 13


[To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] SIR,—May I draw the attention of your readers to the Second Vienna International Summer School, to be held during the period September 11th to 28th this year ?

The, purpose of the School is to give visitors a first-hand insight into the political and economic situation of Central and Eastern Europe and its cultural and intellectual achieve- ments, by means of lectures by the foremost authorities of their countries. Lectures will be given by a number of very distinguished Professors from various countries, and students from all over Europe will have an opportunity of meeting one another. Last year's enterprise, though on a limited scale, met with complete success both socially and financially, a small profit being devoted to the supply of books for the Vienna University. Special facilities as regards

travelling and lodgings will be afforded and further infor- mation can be had from Dr. George Tugendhat, c.o. The London School of Economics, Houghton Street, Aldwych, London, W.C. 2.—I am, Sir, &c., W. H. BEVERIDCE, (Mittman of the Dritish Advisory Committee.