The Roads of Remembrance Association, at 47 Victoria Street, S.W.
1, has reprinted from The King's Highway a suggest- ive article on Roads of Reniembrance as War Memorials (3d.). The idea is that there could be no better, more useful, or more lasting memorial of the war than a new and broad highway in each part of the country. Thus, for example, "from Marble Arch to Gerrard's Cross we might have our Appian Way." At the end of the pamphlet is given a list of some new roads that are all much needed. It is pointed out also that in each district landowners and Local Authorities might co-operate, at very small expense, in removing awkward and dangerous corners, and treat the improvement as a war memorial.