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Copy of Roald Dahl biography by jaden anderson
Transcript of Copy of Roald Dahl biography by jaden anderson
After he war Roald married an actress names Patricia Neal. Together they had 5 children, sadly Olivia died at the age of seven from the measles. Dhal and Neal got divorced and he married another woman named Felicity Crossland.
Roald died of a blood disease on November 23, 1990. His death left his legacy and his books.
In August 1939 Roald was made a lieutenant in The Kings African Rifles. After that he joined the Royal Air Force as an air crafts man. Although Roald had no specialized training in aerial combat he received none. Roald was sent to fly a plane when it was getting dark. He tried to land but his undercarriage knocked against a boulder and his plane crashed, he fractured his skull smashed his nose, and went temporarily blind. After he recovered he began to get severe headaches causing him to pass out.
Roald Dahl biography by Jaden Anderson
I think Roald Dahl is an extraordinary author. His biography is funny but sometimes sad. Roald Dahl bases his own life on some of his books.
Roald had a father, Harald Dahl, and a mother, Sofie Magdelene. Roald had three sisters, Astri, Alfhild, and Else. When Roald was three years old his oldest sister astri who was seven at the time, died of appendicitis . A month later his father died of pneumonia his father did not fight for his life because he said he wanted to join Astri in Heaven.
life and death
Roald Dahl was born September 13, 1916 in Cardiff, Wales. He died on November 23, 1990 at age 74 in Oxfordshire, England.
The Great Mouse Plot Of 1924
The Great Mouse Plot of 1924
When Roald was eight he and four of his friends got caned after they put a dead mouse into a jar of bubble gum at Mrs.Prachett's store. He described Mrs.Pratchett as "mean and lonley."
Roald in 1954
fighter ace and intelligence officer
After the War
Roald left his legacy when he died, here are some of the things that his family helped happen. The Roald Dahl Childrens Gallery was opened, the Oval Basin Plaza was re named the Roald Dahl Plass.