The Tenedos Times. (Allen and Unwin. 21s. net.)—This clever and
amusing journal of the Mediterranean destroyer flotilla from the autumn of 1914 to the spring of 1915 will be treasured by the friends and relatives of the men who did so much gallant work. The coloured illustrations by the late Commander J. B. Waterless, and Commanders Amedroz and Dickens, are far above the amateur level in humour as in technique. The seven monthly parts, pro- duced originally on the Blenheim,' contain a great deal of light verse, and not so many professional jests as we should have expected. Throughout there is the tone of serene confidence that marks the Navy. The sailor, unlike the landsman, never indulges in a fit of the blues.