The Clock Tower is the quarterly journal produced and published by the Friends of Medway Archives (FOMA).
Index: Issue 35, August 2014
Front Cover: The Day the Lamps Went Out
World War One in the Medway Towns. Troops queue at Rochester Station on 6 August 1914 following the declaration of war on Germany two days' earlier.
From the Chairman, Tessa Towner, Chairman.
World War One and the Launch of the WWI De Caville Index
News and Events, Odette Buchanan
Including News from The Kent Archaeological Society:
Preparing for Invasion at Allhallows and Grain, Paul Tritton
The Theatre Royal, Chatham – My Memories, Bettine Walters
Cemetery Epitaphs, Brian Butler
Magnum Opus, Steve Cross
Meopham Changing Places
World War One
Why Did the War Start?, Alex Thomas
In Ruhleben Camp, Brian Joyce
World War One and my Grandfather - I Wish I had Met Him, Doris Herlihy
Memories of Flanders, Alison Thomas
The Home Front, Catharina Clement
The Quick and the Dead, a talk by Richard van Emden, Amanda Thomas
Inside Back and Back Cover: World War One Commemorations Begin! FOMA Chairman, Tessa
Towner, and celebrity speaker, Richard Van Emden, pictured on the evening of 10 June 2014, at the start of a series of FOMA and MALSC events to commemorate the start of World War One.
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