We Are Soldiers Still
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Lieutenant General Harold Moore (Retired) and Joseph Galloway talked about their book We Are Soldiers Still: A Journey Back to the Battlefields of Vietnam (Harper; August 19, 2008), a follow-up to their 1992 book, We Were Soldiers Once...and Young. The 1992 book, which was made into a movie starring Mel Gibson, was about a battle against North Vietnamese soldiers led by then Lieutenant Colonel Harold Moore in November 1965. Joseph Galloway covered the battle as a reporter. In their new book, the authors tell of returning to Vietnam in the fall of 1993 with ten veterans of that battle to visit the battlefield and some of the former North Vietnamese soldiers they fought. Following their discussion, the co-authors responded to questions from members of the studio audience and viewers over the Internet. Mr. Tracy moderated.
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Joseph L. Galloway Syndicated Columnist McClatchy Newspapers->Mililtary
Harold G. Moore Lieutenant General (Retired) U.S. Army
Edward C. Tracy Executive Producer Pritzker Military Museum and Library->Programs
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