John D. Miller

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John D. Miller (1902-1977) was a British journalist and propagandist based mainly in the US.

According to an obituary in the Washington Post:

John Duncan Miller, 75, former Washington correspondent for The Times of London and The Economist, died Saturday in England, while visting friends in Sussex. Mr. Miller was correspondent here for the two publications from 1947 to 1954, and was known to friends as a highly knowledgeable observer of the United States, who was quick to defend it against critics.
From 1955 to 1968 he was special representative in Europe of the World Bank, and subsequently he was European Representative of Baring Bros. & Co., Ltd., the investment bankers. Mr. Miller was educated at Cambridge, and served during World War II on the British Army Staff here, and as a staff officer in India. From 1945 to 1947 he was director of British Information Services in the midwest, with headquarters in Chicago.[1]


  1. 'John D. Miller, British Journalist', The Washington Post, May 23, 1977, Monday, Final Edition, SECTION: Metro; C4