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http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/provenance Arthur Dendy's original memoirs were left to the donor's father. It appears that Dendy had become a family friend through a shared association with the local tennis club in Santa Monica sometime toward the end or just after the Second World War. [Ref. Letter from Bill Thayer, San Diego, California, USA, to Auckland War Memorial Museum, dated 21 April 2009. Filed under 'Thayer' in library correspondence folder 3844-06, January - December 2010]
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http://erlangen-crm.org/current/P3_has_note Arthur Edward Dendy was born on 23 October 1883, at Bishop Sutton, Somerset, England. Upon leaving school in 1898, he entered the engineering trade at the Union Foundry of "T.W. Wedlake, W. Dendy & Co." at Hornchurch, Essex, and remained there until emigrating to New Zealand in July, 1910, joining his brother, Richard ('Dick') George Dendy, who had gone there in November, 1908. On the outbreak of the First World War, Dendy was working in Timaru, representing a firm of importers of motor-vehicle and motor-bike parts. He enlisted in November, 1915, and was called up several months later in March, 1916. He began his military training at Trentham Camp and gained his commission as 2nd Lieutenant on 7 January 1917, attached to 2nd (South Canterbury) Infantry Regiment. Official records state that Dendy left New Zealand with the 21st Reinforcements, attached to C Company, Canterbury Infantry Regiment, on 19 January 1917, aboard the 'Ulimaroa' [Dendy, however, has a different recollection of this]. He took part in the Messines Offensive in 1917 and served with the Canterbury Regiment until the end of the war, when ill health saw him being withdrawn from active service. Dendy returned to New Zealand after the war but did not remain there long. He immigrated to the United States in 1920 and settled in California, where he took up various engineering-related positions until finding employment as an engineer and draughtsman for an aeroplane parts manufacturer. Arthur Dendy died in Los Angeles on 1 October 1961.
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/creator Dendy, Arthur Edward, 1883-1961
http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/description Volumes I and II (photocopies) of an original five-volume memoir written and illustrated by Arthur Edward Dendy sometime around 1950. These first two volumes comprise the bulk of Dendy's active service in the First World War. Beginning with his early working career at an iron foundry in Hornchurch, Essex, England, Dendy migrates to New Zealand, where, on the outbreak of the First World War, he enlists with the New Zealand army. He describes his basic training and advancement to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant in the Canterbury Infantry Regiment, culminating with active service in France and Belgium. Dendy's role in leading his men during the Messines Offensive (Chapter XIX) is of particular note, as are the many illustrations he has incorporated throughout. The memoir ends rather abruptly at Chapter XXIII, while Dendy is in England recovering from influenza; however, it is clear from his commentary that his period of active service is over. (paged 2-395; page 3 missing; 413 leaves total)
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/title Arthur Edward Dendy - War memoir, 1898 - 1918
http://purl.org/dc/terms/bibliographicCitation Dendy, Arthur Edward. War memoir, 1898 - 1918. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS-2010-17.
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http://schema.org/description Volumes I and II (photocopies) of an original five-volume memoir written and illustrated by Arthur Edward Dendy sometime around 1950. These first two volumes comprise the bulk of Dendy's active service in the First World War. Beginning with his early working career at an iron foundry in Hornchurch, Essex, England, Dendy migrates to New Zealand, where, on the outbreak of the First World War, he enlists with the New Zealand army. He describes his basic training and advancement to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant in the Canterbury Infantry Regiment, culminating with active service in France and Belgium. Dendy's role in leading his men during the Messines Offensive (Chapter XIX) is of particular note, as are the many illustrations he has incorporated throughout. The memoir ends rather abruptly at Chapter XXIII, while Dendy is in England recovering from influenza; however, it is clear from his commentary that his period of active service is over. (paged 2-395; page 3 missing; 413 leaves total)
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