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UNCLES, or indeed aunts, in quest 'of a present for

a nephew could hardly do better than invest in Regiments at a Glance, by Lieut.- Colonel Frank Wilson (Blackie, 7s. 6d.). One hundred and thirty different uniforms, 120 regi- mental badges and potted histories of the regiments themselves are packed into a hundred Pages, of which forty are in colour. The detail is scrupulously accurate, and the book should appeal to most boys and prove a useful standby to all save the most clueless National