Books by Harold G. Moore

Released: June 28, 2017

"A tough, eminently practical guide from a man who spent his life leading others."
An autobiographical leadership manual from a decorated Army general. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 19, 2008

"A worthy and wise successor to one of the best books ever about combat in Vietnam."
To honor fallen comrades, a journalist and a soldier return to Vietnam battlefields more than 30 years later. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 1, 1992

"An authoritative briefing whose band-of-brothers perspectives make it a genuinely affecting addition to the growing record of America's involvement in Vietnam. (Sixteen pages of photographs— not seen—and seven maps.)"
During mid-November 1965, Moore (then a lieutenant colonel) led 450 officers and men from the US Army's 1st Cavalry Division into the Ia Drang Valley, a trackless waste near Vietnam's border with Cambodia that served as a Communist sanctuary and infiltration route into Vietnam's Central Highlands. Read full book review >