Dr. Miller, MB.BS. (Lond), MRCP. (Lond), FACRM., FFRM,RACP., is a consultant physician in internal, cardiological and rehabilitation medicine, practising in Sydney, Australia and has a particular interest in the medical problems of war veterans.
Dr Miller has had a longtime interest in medical and military history, commencing the study of naval history whilst a medical student in order to maintain his sanity. Since then he has branched out into other aspects of military and military medical history and specialises in the first World War.
Articles that he has written include: The death of Manfred von Richthofen ; Of Lice and Men, an account of Trench Fever during WW1; An account of the Battle of 3rd Ypres (Passchendaele) and an indictment of Field Marshal Haig: Haig: was he a great Captain?
Current research projects involve the Medical aspects of Gas Warfare and Shell Shock.
Dr Miller can be contacted for information or correspondence at:
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