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Engelbertha Krupp Society Press Release

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Engelbertha Krupp Society established in Monmouth County, NJ

Society founded by great-grandson, author.

Ocean Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey, March 3, 2015.

David Stroebel, founder and great-grandson of Engelbertha Krupp Stroebele, has announced the creation of the Engelbertha Krupp Society.

The Engelbertha Krupp Society has been established to further the research on the banishment of Engelbertha Krupp from Germany’s Krupp steel dynasty of Essen, Germany, her life there and in Jersey City, New Jersey, where she immigrated in 1883.

Membership in the Engelbertha Krupp Society is open and provides the opportunity to conduct, analyze, preserve and promote ongoing research into the life of Engelbertha Krupp Stroebele who was the daughter of Alfred Krupp (1812-1887) and Bertha Eichhoff (1831-1888). Fried. Krupp AG became Germany’s largest steel producer and armed Germany through two world wars. The banishment of Engelbertha Krupp was disclosed by David Stroebel in a 2008 book titled, The Cannon King’s Daughter.

Engelbertha Krupp Society members will be expected to carry-out research in New Jersey and Germany and present findings to the society’s monthly and annual meetings which are help in Ocean Township. Many staff and committee positions are to be filled. For consideration,

Contact:

David Stroebel
Founder/President
2 Naomi Rd
Ocean, NJ 07712
732-580-2401
ek_society@outlook.com

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Written by Dave Stroebel

March 4, 2015 at 3:19 pm

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