Why TOC H?
During the First World War, a soldier's club was established by the Reverend Tubby Clayton at Poperinghe in Flanders, a place where troops of all ranks could go for a brief respite from the battlefields. It was named Talbot House, as a memorial to a young lieutenant killed in action in one of the many conflicts in the previous year.
TOC H was the way the signallers pronounced the letters T H, the initials for Talbot House. TOC for