The Cannon King's Daughter

An unrecorded banishment from Germany's Krupp steel family

Archive for July 2014

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.


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

Alois Brunner