Robert H. Miller came to Portraits in Service after researching and writing Hidden Hell: The Story of My Father's POW Diary. A second edition of his book was published in 2011 by Patton Publishing. In 2010 he became executive director of the Patton Foundation in America, which focuses its efforts on putting into practice General George S. Patton's concerns for the welfare of American soldiers and their families. He has been a professional photographer for thirty-six years and is the recipient of several international awards. Andrew Wakeford was born in England, in 1949. He studied photography for two years at the Polytechnic of central London. He then worked as an assistant for an advertising photographer, and in 1974, became a freelance advertising photographer. He specializes in photographing people. He is now managing director of the Patton Foundation in Europe.
A book that propels the reader into action. One cannot read this and later just stand by as other attend to Veterans. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Helen Patton-Plusczyk
I bought it as a present for my brother-in-law who is a veteran. I feel certain he will enjoy it.
This is a strong and touching book that profiles a number of veterans from several different wars. As an interesting twist, veterans from different sides of the same conflict are... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Marcus N Brotherton