The Cannon King's Daughter

An unrecorded banishment from Germany's Krupp steel family

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The Cannon King’s Daughter- featured at ‘Tales of Our Cities’ book festival

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Join me at the Jersey City Free Public Library’s 7th annual “Tail of Our Cities,” book festival outside at the Grove St. Plaza on Sunday, Sep 21st from 11am-4pm. I’ll be promoting my book, “The Cannon King’s Daughter,” revealing my great-grandmother’s unrecorded banishment from Germany’s Krupp steel dynasty and her life as a Jersey City resident in the late 19th century. I’ll also be reading excerpts from my book. Hope to see you there.

http://www.jclibrary.org/resources/6th-annual-jersey-city-library-book-festival

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Facial Recognition Software Firm Sought to Solve Banished Krupp Mystery

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Seeking to partner with a facial recognition software firm to analyze, compare and make a determination of three photographs of Engelbertha Krupp, whose alleged unrecorded banishment from Germany’s Krupp steel dynasty was featured in a story in Germany’s der Spiegel news magazine by this author in August 2013.

The television series, “Unsolved History,” used facial recognition software by the firm Standard Research & Development to determine that two photographs taken decades apart of Nazi SS member Alois Brunner were a match. Please help in this significant contribution to history. Please email info@davidstroebel.com

Alois Brunner