David Millers photographic career spanned nearly 50 years and involved a variety of jobs in various media, including film, photography and photography books.
The veteran photojournalist was awarded a knighthood in 2010 for his work on the iconic photographs of the first World War.
Millers first published in 1953 was the first photojournalistic article of the war and was followed by articles for the Times of London and The Sunday Times in 1961 and 1963 respectively.
The book was also used as the cover image for The New York Times newspaper in 1963, which Millers first article published in The Sunday Express.
Miller was also the first British journalist to receive the Pulitzer Prize for his book, The Red Cross, which also became the cover of the Times newspaper, and the book was made into a movie in 1987.
Millier died in 2001 aged 95.