Taim Bilong Misis Bilong Armi : Memories of Wives of Australian Servicemen in Papua New Guinea, 1951-1975
Isolation, separation, loneliness and disruption-such can be the lot of an army officer's wife. Couple these problems with pervasive heat and occasional tropical illnesses, inadequate housing, a different culture, communication difficulties, and frequent long absences from their husbands, and even their children-and this was the life many Australian army wives faced when accompanying their husbands on postings to the Pacific Islands Regiment in Papua New Guinea in the decades prior to...[Show more]
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