Robert L. Miller attended the Collège Stanislas and the University at Nanterre, where he obtained a Licence in history. He has an M.A. from Middlebury College and has pursued doctoral studies at New York University.
He is the founder of Enigma Books and an editor and translator from French into English of J.B. Duroselle, France and the Nazi Threat (La Décadence 1932-1939); Georges Poisson, Hitler’s Gift to France: The Return of the Remains of Napoleon II (Le Retour des cendres de l’Aiglon); and Paul Aussaresses, The Battle of the Casbah (Services spéciaux Algérie 1955-1957), among others.
He has lectured on Book TV on the topics of “The Battle of Algiers and Terrorism” and “FDR and Decolonization”; and in Paris on “Les États Unis et la décolonisation 1943-1963” at the Académie des sciences d’outre-mer. An article by the same title was published in 2009 in the Bulletin de l’Académie des sciences d’outre-mer. He lives in New York City.
Mr. Miller has just been commissioned by the Fondation Charles de Gaulle to translate into English the Catalogue du Mémorial Charles de Gaulle at Colombey-les-Deux-Églises.