Where Did Roald Dahl Do Most of His Writing?

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Roald Dahl did most of his writing in Washington, D.C., where he had been sent by his employer as an assistant air attaché. His first children's story was 'The Gremlins', followed by 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' and 'James and the Giant Peach'.
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