Dr. Miller, MB.BS. (Lond), MRCP. (Lond), FACRM., FFRM,RACP., is a retired consultant physician in internal and cardiological medicine who qualified in medicine at St. George's Hospital, London, in 1954. He moved to Australia in 1961 and has practised in public hospitals and in private practice as a consultant physician first in Brisbane and then in Sydney where he now lives. He has maintained a particular interest in the medical problems of War Veterans since 1984 and has written medico-legal reports on over 1500 Australian war veterans.
His longtime interest in Military History commenced with the study of Naval History when he was a medical student. Since then he has specialised in the Military and Medical Military history of the First World War.
Dr Miller can be contacted for information or correspondence at his email address -
-(firstname.lastname@example.org)-Dr Miller is a Listowner of the WWI-L international WW1 discussion List hosted by Kansas State University. Anyone wishing to join this List can do so by contacting him at the above email address.
The Death of Manfred von Richthofen; A critical analysis of the postmortem examination and a reconstruction of the probable events of Manfred von Richthofen's last flight.
Of Lice and Men; an account of Trench Fever during WW1;
Haig: was he a great Captain? An indictment of Field Marshal Haig:
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