Roald Dahl and the Lost Campaign


By Trevor Fisher, published 31st August 2007

Following the successful filming of his book ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’, Roald Dahl has an international reputation as a children’s writer. There is, however, a macabre dimension to his writing underlined by his successful TV series ‘Tales of the Unexpected’. Dark episodes in Dahl’s highly successful career touched his life with tragedy. This is clearly the case over his war experiences as a fighter ace in the darkest hours of World War Two.

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