The second number, for June, of 'the Angto-Italian Beview (Con-
stable and Co., ls. 3d.) confirms the promise shown by the first. There is a timely article on "The Venetian Front," though the magazine went to press just too soon to record the defeat of the Austrian offensive. The highly important subject of our trade rela- tions with Italy is discussed very frankly, and Mr. G. M. Trevelyan gives an interesting account of the work of the British Red Cross behind the Italian lines.