John Barber’s latest release:


Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain 1942


The original pamphlet consisted of seven pages of typescript issued by the United States War Department in 1942 and distributed to American servicemen who were going to Britain to prepare for the invasion of occupied Europe. Many of them had never been abroad before, and the pamphlet’s aim was to prepare the American GI for life in a very different country.


This ebook is as close as possible as to how the original looked.


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Instructions for American servicemen in Britain 1942

John Barber, author








John Barber
John Barber is the author of The Camden Town Murder,
the Fordhamton Trilogy, the Inspector Winwood Murder Mystery series,
articles on social history and collections of quotes.
Full Name: John Barber
Nationality: England
Born: 3 October 1947 (age 68) Born London
Residence: Hertford, Hertfordshire, England

John Barber has been writing professionally since 1996 beginning with articles for magazines on social and local history. Use links above to access index to these, his interview at Smashwords and background history at Amazon.


His first published book in 2002 was a non-fiction work entitled The Camden Town Murder which re-opened an investigation into the famous murder mystery of 1907.


Links to the above and more can be found at the top of the page including two interviews on his background and literary influences.