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We Were Soldiers Once... And Young by  Joseph L  Lt. Gen.; and Galloway - Hardcover - First Edition; Third Printing - 1992 - from BookRanger and

We Were Soldiers Once... And Young: Ia Drang- The Battle That Changed the War in Vietnam

by Moore, Harold G., Lt. Gen.; and Galloway, Joseph L

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Hardcover. 412 pp. Random House, New York ( 1992). First Edition. Third Printing per Number Line on CP. $25.00 original price on DJ flap. Clean and unmarked copy with straight and sharp boards and corners. Light dust-spotting of top and fore edges of block. Glossy DJ has virtually no edgewear. Very Good+/Fine. More photos on request. Shipped in a box within a box, in bubble wrap, with a tracking number.


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