Photo-journal that should be in every vet’s library.
Warriors Remembered: Vietnam Veterans--Welcome Home by Albert J. Nahas is a wonderful pictorial journey to several veterans memorials around America. Mr. Nahas provides the history of the efforts of those involved in creating monuments to the memory and sacrifice of those who fought for our country, in particular to those who shared the Vietnam experience with him. He was drawn to include those who fought or served in all our wars, men and women alike. It is a coffee table book in the truest and best sense of the description. His photography is the next best thing to being at these places in person.
Like most Vietnam vets, I know much of what went into the creation of The Wall in D.C. I am aware of local memorials, but I knew nothing of the efforts made by others around the country. Mr. Nahas enlightened me. He took me places I can’t go. He showed me things I won’t see up close. He made tears well up in my eyes, with appreciation and respect for those who worked so diligently to keep memories alive, who salute those who died or otherwise did not come home. Albert J. Nahas took me on a magic carpet ride around the country with the art of a photographer and the patience of a teacher. I can feel his emotion. I feel his effort. I know how much it cost him to produce this work via his own wallet and at the expense of unending emotional commitment. I thank him for it.
I recommend this wonderful book to all who support the military and especially all those who served.
MWSA Reviewer: Michael D. Mullins
WARRIORS REMEMBERED is a 240-page, 11½" x 11½" hard cover coffee-table format photo documentary of Vietnam Veterans Memorials from all 50 states with stories of their significant features, locations and the motivation and struggle faced by those who built them. It highlights 100 memorials and their creators, and shares some of each memorial's subtle details. WARRIORS REMEMBERED is both a travel log and a documentary. It mattered not what politicians argued. It mattered not what history would reveal. We had no expectation but to serve where duty called us. We asked for no reward except a nation's thanks. Warriors Remembered