An unassuming autobiography which might wall be used instead of a book of service etiquette for an introduction to a way of...

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CAPTAIN'S BRIDE, GENERAL'S LADY

An unassuming autobiography which might wall be used instead of a book of service etiquette for an introduction to a way of life, this is written with due restraint and with humor and devotion. As one accompanies the Clarks on an upward march with few setbacks what emerges is a good Army family story, with the U.S. as a stage; secondarily it is General Clark's own story as reflected by his wife and we have the notable roles he played both during the war and afterwards.

Pub Date: April 30, 1956

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: McGraw-Hill

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1956