Just a few dashed off notes--I'm ridiculously behind in The New Age so from this issue:
Romney's "Military Affairs" has a dark foreshadowing of the miserably bad tactics of World War One: on page 74, see his description of men not using "skill with the rifle" but rather "successfully assaulting with their bayonets." Advocating frontal charges rather than taking cover...
I hate to skip so much, but the best part is a little letter by (pseudonymously) Beatrice Hastings that contains my first inter-journal burn: "Rhythm has announced a literary supplement to its usual contents. It needs one badly."