Cadbury’s Congo Mission

Seconded to central Africa following the outbreak of the Second World War, John Cadbury became a master of logistics in one of the world’s toughest environments, as David Birmingham reveals. 

A canoe meets a flying boat at Leopoldville, 1940s

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