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Before becoming a well-known author, Roald Dahl served in the British Air Force as a fighter pilot and worked as a teacher.

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Roald Dahl was shot down in a plane in WW II and when he went to America a writer asked him to give him facts about what it was like so that he could write a newspaper article about it. Roald Dahl did, and the writer mailed back and said that he had only asked for the facts, but Roald Dahl had written a really good story about it. It was so good, the writer published the story exactly as Roald Dahl had written it. He got a bit well known then, and he started writing books.


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Roald Dahl was shot down in a plane in WW II and when he went to America a writer asked him to give him facts about what it was like so that he could write a newspaper article about it. Roald Dahl did, and the writer mailed back and said that he had only asked for the facts, but Roald Dahl had written a really good story about it. It was so good, the writer published the story exactly as Roald Dahl had written it. He got a bit well known then, and he started writing books.


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