Soyer's Culinary Campaign

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Soyer's Culinary Campaign

Postby crimea1854 » 19 Oct 2013 10:15

There have been a couple of previous posts where Soyer's name is mentioned, but ever on the lookout for the more unusual aspects of the Crimean War, I came across the following:

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Re: Soyer's Culinary Campaign

Postby Waggoner » 19 Oct 2013 10:33

An excellent article! Thank you for sharing.

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Re: Soyer's Culinary Campaign

Postby Josh&Historyland » 19 Oct 2013 13:20

That is cool, amazing how many people went to help the troops in the Crimea.

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Re: Soyer's Culinary Campaign

Postby Maureene » 19 Oct 2013 14:12

The book mentioned in the article Soyer's Culinary Campaign is available to read online at ... 5/mode/2up

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Re: Soyer's Culinary Campaign

Postby dianejar » 14 Jan 2014 12:37

I have just purchased a Penguin Book reprint of 'Soyer's Culinary Campaign' entitled 'The Chef at War'. This proved useful in generating a three-episode Blog about Soyer. The first episode is available at Subsequent episodes will be published on 17th and 24th January 2014. All sources will be quoted at the end of episode 3.
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Re: Soyer's Culinary Campaign

Postby privatejones » 13 Aug 2016 20:26

Excellent article.
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