Barrett, John

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Barrett, John

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1931-1997

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John Barrett was born in Yorketown, South Australia and studied at the University of Adelaide. He was ordained as a Methodist minister and served in the parishes of Snowtown and Naracoorte. In 1969 he was awarded a PhD from the Australian National University, and then lectured at La Trobe University from 1969-1990. He is the author of "That better country : the religious aspect of life in eastern Australia, 1835-1850", "Falling in : Australians and "boy conscription', 1911-1915" and "We were there : Australian soldiers of World War II", and served on the editorial board of the Journal of Australian Studies.

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