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News: Meet Britain at War's Youngest Contributor!

Published 25 November 2016, 11:53

We are pleased to welcome back Joshua Dine to December's issue of Britain at War with his fascinating and unusual feature looking at the story of Cadburys (yes, the famed chocolate manufacturers!) during the Second World War.

Joshua has previously contributed a feature on the company during the First World War, and more recently about two German U-Boats that washed ashore on the beaches at Hastings just after the Great War.

At seventeen, Joshua is certainly our youngest contributor and produces well researched and well written pieces which clearly exude his fascination for the subject matter and a flair for recounting stories like these.

We hope to welcome him back with another feature at some date in the future and are delighted to have such a young contributor working for us.

Well done Josh!

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