THEY WERE SOLDIERS profiles the lives of some of the men and women who served in the Vietnam War and their paths after the war had ended, including many who made outstanding contributions in fields like business, science, and others, despite the hate and neglect that faced them when they returned home. Galloway and Wolf have created a magnificent tribute that finally gives respect and notice to the soldiers that make up an oft-forgotten generation of Americans.
THIS COPY (shown below) was signed by Joseph Galloway and Marvin J. Wolf on the half-title page in their offices. It is a new, unread, first edition, opened only for signing. Published in May, 2020 by Thomas Nelson, an imprint of Harpercollins.
JOSEPH GALLOWAY (pictured below from our Wall of Fame) served four tours as a war correspondent in Vietnam and twenty years as a senior editor and writer for U.S. News & World Report. He is coauthor, with the late Lt. Gen. Hal Moore, of We Were Soldiers Once and Young, a New York Times bestseller and the basis of the film starring Mel Gibson, and of the bestselling sequel, We Are Soldiers Still. Galloway received with a Bronze Star Medal, the only medal of valor the U.S. Army awarded to a civilian in the Vietnam War. Thank you Joseph Galloway for your service and thank you for signing our books. R.I.P.
MARVIN J. WOLF (pictured below from our Wall of Fame) served as an Army combat photographer, reporter, and press chief in Vietnam and was one of only sixty men to receive a battlefield promotion to lieutenant during the conflict. He has written or cowritten nearly twenty books. Thank you Marvin J. Wolf for your service and thank you for signing our books.