George H. Wittman
George H. Wittman served in the US Army during and after the Korean War and, in the following decades, he became intimately involved in national security, global intelligence matters and international business. Along the way he managed businesses, founded public service organizations, and now writes prolifically. Some of Mr. Wittmans's accomplishments: President of G.H. Wittman, Inc. a family firm founded in 1885 to manage family interests in exploration, mining and international trade; Co-founder of The Middle East Newsletter; and founding Chairman of the National Institute for Public Policy, a non-profit devoted to research on technological and policy aspects of national defense. He is a veteran of forty-five years of international security operations and analysis.
He began writing after his three-and- a-half year service in the U.S. Army during and after the Korean War. He writes both non-fiction, as an analyst and columnist on foreign affairs, and fiction. He was technical advisor and unit producer on ABC-TV's 4-hour special,
"Africa ". He has also been a guest commentator for the BBC, CBS, ABC, NBC and United Nations Radio.
Wittman's articles have appeared in The Washington Times and numerous other American and foreign publications. For thirteen years he wrote a weekly foreign affairs column for The American Spectator and currently writes a weekly column for AND Magazine.
Novels include; A Matter of Intelligence - Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc. New York and Collier Macmillan Publishers, London. Additional Novels include: There Was a Time, Yankee Doodle, Relics, The Story and Small-Town Sheriff