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Arthur Duncan-Jones

a.k.a. Arthur Stuart Duncan-Jones, A.S. Duncan-Jones

Author Code: EADJ

Born: Apr. 25, 1879 - Oldham Above Town, Lancashire, England

Died: Jan. 19, 1955 - Chicester, West Sussex, England

Educated at Pocklington School and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Duncan-Jones graduated in 1901 and the following year became a fellow and junior dean at Caius. He married Caroline Roberts in 1907. In 1910, he was appointed dean of Caius and examining chaplain to the bishop of Lincoln. In 1912, he became rector of Blofield, Norfolk and then, in 1915, rector of Louth in Lincolnshire. His later position at St.Mary the Virgin at Primrose Hill gave Duncan-Jones the time to concentrate on writing and, in 1917, his Hulan lectures at Cambridge were published as Ordered Liberty, or, An Englishman's Belief in His Churches. He produced work on the music of the Church and was an assistant editor of the Guardian: Church newspaper. He became dean of Chichester in 1929, a post he would hold until his death. In 1933, he visited Berlin and interviewed Hitler. The result was his pamphlet, The Crooked Cross (1941) wherein he denounced all aspects of Nazism. Duncan-Jones suffered a heart attack at the beginning of January, 1955 and passed away a week later. His other works include Church Music (1920), Archbishop Laud (1927), A Good Friday Service (1928), Story of Chichester Cathedral (1933), The Struggle for Religious Freedom in Germany (1938), From U-Boat to Concentration Camp (1938), The Soul of Czechoslovakia (1940), Witness in the Post-War World (1946) and Chichester Customary (1948).

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