We Were Soldiers Once ... And Young Essay | Essay

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We Were Soldiers Once, And Young: A Review

Summary: Reviews the book, We Were Soldiers Once, And Young, authored by Lt. General Harold G. Moore and Joseph L. Galloway. Details the American involvement in the Vietnam War. Concludes the book is an impartial piece of literature that does not demonize the Vietnamese soldier, yet still praises the American soldier.
The New York Times Bestseller We Were Soldiers Once... And Young was authored by Lt. General Harold G. Moore and Joseph L. Galloway. In November 1965, Lt. Colonel Harold Moore commanded the 1st Battalion, 7th cavalry at the Ia Drang Valley-one of the bloodiest battles of Vietnam. He eventually retired from the Army in 1977 after thirty-two years of service. After his military career, Lieutenant General Moore resided as executive vice president for four years at a Colorado ski resort before founding a computer software company. Harold Moore currently lives in Auburn, Alabama and Crested Butte, Colorado.

Joseph L. Galloway, coauthor of We Were Soldiers Once... And Young, is an author, journalist, and war correspondent. Galloway was the only journalist on the ground during the Battle for the Ia Drang Valley. Joseph Galloway, a native of Refugio, Texas, is one of America's leading war correspondents with over forty years experience...

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