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  • excellent, outstanding, breath taking

    The most relevent and truthfully told story of history i have ever read! a story that represents the real hearoes and the real side of war. Harold Moore is a man that leads from the front in battle and in history. an absolute legend

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  • Incredible book

    One of the best books I ever read

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  • Thought Proking

    I was hopeful I would find some sense to this confusing war. Sadly, I didn't. My respect and admiration for our brave men in arms definitely grew though! Hal Moore sounds like a top notch leader, though, admittedly, it is his book. We as Americans need to stand by all our veterans no matter which war they fought! History has many factors of causation much of which we might not be privy of in this lifetime.

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  • We were soldiers once

    This is a heartbreaking, well written, well researched book about one of the first major battles of the Vietnam war. It tells the gruesome story of courage and battle in the La Drang Valley. The stories of the heroic men who fought in a war thousands of miles from home in an “undeclared” war brings home to everyone the utter futility of the American administrations war policy in Vietnam. Mostly, however, it highlights the courage of men in battle and the sacrifices they made for a country that tried to forget them. Must reading. It will make you laugh, cry and rage at the politicians who send men off to die in war.

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