The officers' wives

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Doubleday, 1981 - Fiction - 645 pages
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Follows an entire generation of military officers and their wives, caught in an emotional crossfire of loyalty and violence, from occupied Germany and Japan in the 1950s to the tragedy of Vietnam

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User Review  - christinejoseph - LibraryThing

3 wives of 1950 West Point grads, their ___ and fate. Vietnam Joanna, Amy, and Honor believes their future is shining and bright when each marries a West Point graduate in 1950. But reality replaces romance, and boredom replaces excitement, as each seeks fulfillment as a military wife. Read full review

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A huge epic, starting in 1950 with the graduation of a number of West Point lieutenants and their weddings, through their marriages, wars, children, divorces, deaths, and affairs. Fascinating insight ... Read full review

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Section 2
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