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THE ARMY BISCUIT

... THE ARMY BISCUIT. Soldiers Complain of Unpleasant Flavour. The old Army biscuit which broke the fast (and teeth) of soldiers in the trenches and has been doing it ever since s to go. The hopes of all ycung recruits will be centred on its successor. : ...

Published: Saturday 24 January 1931
Newspaper: Newcastle Daily Chronicle
County: Northumberland, England
Type: | Words: 153 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

ARMY BISCUIT

... ARMY BISCUIT ORIGIN OF DAMAGE BY INSECT PESTS . An exhibit , brought up to date , illustrating the work done in connection with an investigation undertaken to determine the origin of damage to Army bisouit by insect'pests has just been installed in the ...

Published: Monday 19 July 1915
Newspaper: The Scotsman
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 145 | Page: 11 | Tags: none

THAT ARMY BISCUIT

... THAT ARMY BISCUIT. After being closed for three years the galleries st the Natural Histoty Museum devoted fossilised fishes and planta were re-opened yesterday. There is very lime new in the exhibition Among the war exhibits is a case Army biscuits. ...

Published: Tuesday 17 December 1918
Newspaper: Birmingham Daily Gazette
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: | Words: 41 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE ARMY BISCUIT

... THE ARMY BISCUIT The great millionaire who was reproached for keeping a staff of twelve cooks in his kitchen replied, A man must have a biscuit. And it seems that for the production of» the perfect biscuit even twelve cooks might struggle in vain. ...

Published: Saturday 24 January 1931
Newspaper: Dundee Courier
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 214 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

The Army Biscuit

... The Army Biscuit nPHE care exercised by the Army authorities to secure that the food of the soldier shall bo above suspicion is shown in the report of the health of the Army. Complaints made of an unpleasant flavour ** in the Army ...

Published: Saturday 24 January 1931
Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 133 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE ARMY BISCUIT

... THE ARMY BISCUIT. No article of the soldier’s food has come in for more undeserved abuse than the field service ration biscuit. It is a trifle hard perhaps, and it quite true that during the South African War many as 2,500 men were invalided solely on ...

Published: Saturday 20 March 1915
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 341 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

That Army Biscuit

... That Army Biscuit fTIEARS of emotion flow from the eyes of old soldiers that the Army of to-day has complaint about the famous biscuit—that beaten-concrete affair that helped them to win the War In more ways than one Army ...

THE RUSSIAN ARMY BISCUIT

... first introduced the American meat biscuits into the Russian army but it was found that they gave rise to various scorbutic disorders, and they were consequently abandoned. He then hit on the plan of making biscuits of meal, beef, and sourcrout equal ...

Published: Monday 20 April 1874
Newspaper: Edinburgh Evening News
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 153 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

USED ARMY BISCUIT FOR 110011iNION

... USED ARMY BISCUIT FOR -1 01\IMUNION services held in a garage by British prisoners of war The breaking of bread performed with a tiny piece of Array biscuit. This story of how religious observance is kept up in German prison camps is told in a letter ...

Published: Monday 03 February 1941
Newspaper: Daily Mirror
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 207 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

PRICK OF ARMY BISCUIT

... PRICK OF ARMY BISCUIT. London, Turadar, I'pon rroumption of the War Store® Commimtion to-day •vktence waa with rt-apect to deaUnfpt in Army hixruits. In explanation of the low price at which they were w-ld, it Hint that wtme the deteriorated. and othern ...

Published: Tuesday 19 June 1906
Newspaper: Portsmouth Evening News
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 146 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

A BETTER ARMY BISCUIT

... The army biscuit, of which many millions were eaten during the War, is a hard slab of flour and water, containing fragments of meat and other nutritious ingredients. But apparently those biscuits are not good enough for the new army of to-day. The modem ...

Published: Wednesday 28 January 1931
Newspaper: Portsmouth Evening News
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 342 | Page: 5 | Tags: none