11 JUNE 1920, page 23

The Anglo-french Review For June Opens With A...

Professor Phillimore on " Disarming Germany—in Britain," in which he urges that the reviving activities of Germany's friends should be countered by " a closer communication......

The Geographical Journal For June Contains The Concluding...

an important address by the Spanish Ambassador on Spanish Morocco, the recent progress of which appears to have been rapid and substantial. Senor Merry del Val took the......

Poets And Poetry.

CONVENTIONS.* Dam amphibious style, the book which is half in verse half in prose both literally and in spirit will always be attractive to the writer. He can suit his style to......

Some Books Of The Week.

Wohoutn Nis wham does not neoossorilylwodudo swherqutnt review Recreation. By Lord Grey of Fallodon. (Constable. 2s. 6d. net.) —This charming address, delivered at the Harvard......

The Garden That We Made. By The Crown Princess Of

Sweden. (The Girl's Own Paper. 10s. 8d.)—The English Princess carried with her to Sweden our love of garden making, and finding an opportunity at the old Castle which was among......

Poem Weimar Of Consederation.—peseenger. By Helen Dircks....

3s. ed. net.)—Poenta. By Alec de Condole. (Cambridge University Press. 4e. 6d. net.)—Poems —chiefly religious—by a young soldier killed in the war.— Poems. By Charles Rezaikoff.......

My Three Years In America. By Count Ben:eater& (skeffing-...

25s. net.)—As a pendant to Mr. Gerard's reminiscences of the American Embassy in Berlin during the war, Count Bernstorff's account of his work as German Ambassador at Washington......