Benjamin Hall, a Fox News correspondent who was injured while covering the war in Ukraine, made his first live appearance since the attack and announced the publication of his memoir, “Saved: A War Reporter’s Mission to Make It Home”, set to release on the one-year anniversary of the attack.
His wife, Alicia Mille, is an Australian businesswoman who works for the Senso shoe and fashion company established by her parents in 1979.
The book will detail his experience during the attack, his survival, recovery, and the rescue effort to get him to Poland and Germany. Cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski and Oleksandra “Sasha” Kuvshynova were killed in the attack.
On March 14th, HarperCollins Publishers will be releasing “Saved: A War Reporter’s Mission to Make It Home,” a memoir written by former Fox News journalist, Benjamin Hall.
The book details Hall’s first-hand experience covering the war in Ukraine, his dramatic rescue, and subsequent recovery.
Hall has had a long and illustrious career as a war journalist, covering some of the world’s most dangerous and deadly conflicts.
He writes about the challenges of leaving that life behind and how he found it difficult to stop covering wars. Eventually, he decided to cover one more story, which turned out to be a mission of endurance and survival.
In July 2015, Hall married Alicia Miller and the couple has welcomed three daughters since then. They currently reside in London, and while Hall often shares pictures of his family on his Instagram page, Miller has chosen to maintain a more private life and keeps her own Instagram page hidden.
The book promises to be a thrilling and emotional account of Hall’s experiences, providing readers with an inside look at the life of a war reporter and the sacrifices they make while reporting from the front lines.
It is a powerful reminder of the human cost of war and the resilience and determination it takes to survive and make it back home.
About Alicia Miller
Miller is an Australian businesswoman who works for the Senso shoe and fashion company, which her parents established in 1979. Alicia joined the organization in 2010 and was in charge of global development with her two sisters.
The company’s website states that she and her sisters joined the family firm in 2010 and are currently in charge of global development.
The Australian footwear company Senso was founded in the 1980s by Alice Meller’s parents, Scarlett and Kim Meller. The brand filled a void in the market for stylish, reasonably-priced footwear.
Imogen, Skye, and Alice’s sisters joined the company in 2010. Website for the company states:
While the company is founded in Australia and has grown to be one of the “most sought-after and iconic” companies in the country, Alicia lives and works in London. Benjamin and Alicia were married in London in 2015, and the couple has three young kids.