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Military College of Science (1864-1953) and Royal Military College of Science (1953-2004)

Memoirs of Brigadier J.P.Antony, Shrivenham 1946
Brigadier J.P.Antony (then a captain in I.E.M.E) was sent from India to Shrivenham in 1946 to attent the 1st Technical Staff Officers (TSO) course. Here are his memories of that time with some accompanying photographs including the staff and students of TSO, the German prisoners of war providing labour support to the College, scenes of the camp and Shrivenham village, fellow students and their families, and a full copy of the first issue of the Journal of the Military College of Science 1946-1947. Please note this a large file (over 36 Mb).
Memoirs of Colonel H. Bhuban Singh, TSO Course 1960-1962
 
Chronology of MCS and RMCS
Key events in the development of MCS and RMCS
List of MCS / RMCS Commandants at Shrivenham
Full listing of every commandant at Shrivenham from 1946-2004
First issue of the Journal of the Military College of Science, 1946-47
Complete first issue of the College journal
The RMCS Arms and Motto
Brief history of the College arms and motto "rerum cognoscere causas"
RMCS shield
 
A short history of the Royal Military College of Science, 1864-1964
Centenary article on RMCS by C.B. Daish. Taken from the Journal of the Royal Military College of Science Centenary Edition October 1964 Vol. 4 No. 1, pp 9-13
MCS teaching staff photograph, 1922
 
MCS teaching staff photograph, 1940
 
Reminiscences of twenty-five years at the College
Personal memories of staff and events at the College of Military Science by Associate Professor J.R.H. Whiston. Taken from the Journal of the Military College of Science, 1946-47, pp 22-25
A short history of the Military College of Science by J.R.H Whiston. Journal of the Military College of Science 1948-49, pp 106-109
 
The wanderings of the College, 1939-1946 by J.R.H. Whiston. Journal of the Military College of Science, 1949-50, pp 173-175