Edward G. Miller
Lieutenant Colonel, US Army (Ret.)
The Patton Museum
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Current Military Commentary
Working title: Multi-domain Observations
"Army Doctrine Has Roots in WWII Pacific" (December 2017)
Action in the Admiralties
Bad intelligence and haste led to landing fewer than 800 GIs on a beach held by several thousand Japanese soldiers in early 1944.
"Later on Leyte"
American assault troops race against Japanese reinforcements to secure the first foothold in the Philippines in late 1944. See the April 2016 issue of America in World War II.
GIs face off against German tanks in eastern France in December 1944. Appears in the September 2011 issue of Armchair General Magazine.
"All the Wrong Reasons"
The chain of decisionmaking that led to the Army's most disastrous WWII campaign appeared in the Summer 2010 issue of World War II Quarterly.
Nothing Less Than Full Victory
Available now from the US Naval Institute Press
A Dark and Bloody Ground--the Hürtgen Forest and Roer River Dams 1944-1945
Before the Battle of the Bulge, there was the Hürtgen Forest.
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