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Author Jeffrey B. Miller of Milbrown Press has been a Denver-based freelance writer, magazine editor, and book author for more than 40 years. He started six magazines (city, regional, national), spent 13 years as a freelance travel writer, was editor in chief of five inflights, and was director of communications at AAA Colorado for five years.

He wrote Stapleton International Airport: The First Fifty Years (Pruett Publishing, 1982), which was the first history of a major U.S. airport, and co-authored Facing Your Fifties: Every Man’s Reference to Mid-life Health (M. Evans & Co., 2002), which Publishers Weekly included in its best books of 2002.

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New Book, ‘WWI Crusaders’ About Band of Yanks Saving Millions from Starvation Garners National Recognition

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DENVER, Colo., Jan. 8, 2019 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The new nonfiction book, “WWI Crusaders: A band of Yanks in German-occupied Belgium help save millions from starvation as civilians resist the harsh German rule” (ISBN: 978-0990689386), is one of only 100 self-published books named to the prestigious Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2018. Authored by Jeffrey B. Miller and published by Milbrown Press, it was released on Veterans Day 2018 to honor the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

Book ‘Behind the Lines’ About Band of Yanks Saving Millions from Starvation Garners National Recognition

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DENVER, Colo., April 13, 2015 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — ‘Most new print books die an anonymous death,’ says Milbrown Press publisher and author, Jeffrey B. Miller. ‘That’s not surprising when reportedly more than 600,000 new print books are released every year. But ‘Behind the Lines’ (ISBN: 978-0990689300) has beaten those obscurity odds.’

100th Anniversary of One of America’s Greatest Humanitarian Endeavors Few Americans Know About

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DENVER, Colo., Oct. 6, 2014 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On Oct, 22, 1914, less than three months after the start of World War I, one of the largest food relief programs the world has ever seen was begun when the Commission for Relief in Belgium (CRB) was founded in London by a group of prominent Americans, according to Jeffrey B. Miller, author of a new nonfiction book, “Behind the Lines, WWI’s little-known story of German occupation, Belgian resistance, and the band of Yanks who saved millions from starvation” (ISBN: 978-0990689300; Milbrown Press).