War and Remembrance

Les Orages de la Guerre

Les Orages de la Guerre (War and Remembrance) est un roman de Herman Wouk, publié en 1978, qui est une suite du Souffle de la Guerre. Il poursuit l'histoire des familles Henry et Jastrow, commençant le 15 décembre 1941 pour s'achever le 6 août 1945.

Adaptation au cinéma

Le roman fut mis en images par Dan Curtis et Tommy Groszman en 1988, avec entre autres acteurs Robert Mitchum, Jane Seymour, Hart Bochner, Victoria Tennant et Sharon Stone. Le film a obtenu trois Golden Globes dont celui du meilleur téléfilm en 1989.

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  • (en) Cet article est partiellement ou en totalité issu d’une traduction de l’article de Wikipédia en anglais intitulé « War and Remembrance ».

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(fr+en) Les Orages de la Guerre sur l’Internet Movie Database

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