Miller knows that his book has significantly beaten publishing odds. According to Bowker, a company that issues ISBN book identifiers, more than 600,000 new print books are self-published in America each year, while more than 300,000 new print books are released by traditional US book publishers.
WWI Crusaders tells the long-forgotten, but true story of one of the largest food relief efforts the world has ever seen and represents one of America’s finest hours in humanitarian aid. During WWI, the American-led, nongovernmental Commission for Relief in Belgium worked with its Belgian counterpart, the Comité National, to feed everyday nearly 10 million Belgians and northern French who were trapped behind German lines.
The book is available in print and e-book. For more information, see WWICrusaders.com.
Source: Jeffrey B. Miller, Milbrown Press