Table of Content

German Invasion of North America

Chapter 1 . . . . . . pg 1
Potsdam Berlin
Kaiser II’s Night Conversation at Neues Palis
February 17, 1911

Chapter 2 . . . . . .pg. 27
Berlin
Kitchen Discussion
February 18, 1911

Chapter 3 . . . . . .pg 37
London
Crossing the Atlantic on the Mauretania
July 7, 1911

Chapter 4 . . . . . .pg 69
Halifax
Hobrecker’s Party for SMS Viktoria Louise
September 25, 1912

Chapter 5 . . . . . .pg 82
Halifax
Halifax Businessmen on the SMS Viktoria Louise
September 26, 1912

Chapter 6 . . . . . .pg 92
Halifax
Kaiser's Spy Conversation on the SMS Victoria Louise
September 30, 1913

Chapter 7 . . . . . . pg 98
Ottawa
Prime Minister’s Interdepartmental Committee Censorship,
“Preparations for War”
June 5, 1913

Chapter 8 . . . . . .pg. 103
Halifax
British Flag Stolen from Indian Island, New Brunswick
July 1, 1913

Chapter 9 . . . . . .pg 113
Ottawa
German Activities on the US and Canadian Borders
December 6, 1914

Chapter 10 . . . . . .pg 126
Ottawa
The Prime Minster of Canada Receives A MEMORANDUM
from the United States
February 15, 1915

Chapter 11 . . . . . .pg. 135
Ottawa
PM Reads Sherwood’s Report “Explosion Problems in Montreal”
February 16, 1915

Chapter 12 . . . . . .pg 141
Seattle
Brown’s Activities in Western US
April 4, 1915

Chapter 13 . . . . . .pg 149
Ottawa
Scow Explodes in Elliott Bay
May 30, 1915

Chapter 14 . . . . . .pg 156
Ottawa
Spring-Rice Warns the Prime Minister OF
German Attack on Houses of Parliament
July 16, 1915

Chapter 15 . . . . . .pg 160
Ottawa
Spring-Rice Reports on German Spies on West Coast
July 18, 1915

Chapter 16 . . . . . .pg 168
Seattle
British reports sent to the PM—Seattle Explosion
Re: Kiafuki Maru
August 26, 1915

Chapter 17 . . . . . . pg 188
Ottawa
Pinkerton Reports to Sherwood on Boston and New York
September 2, 1915

Chapter 18 . . . . . .pg 203
Ottawa
Spring-Rice’s Second Report to the PM on German Activities
September 17, 1915

Chapter 19 . . . . . . .pg 221
Ottawa
Helen Stairs Of Halifax Writes Friend Lady Borden
September 8, 1915

Chapter 20 . . . . . .pg 229
Ottawa
Parliamentary Fire — Sherwood Report
February 4, 1916

Chapter 21 . . . . . .pg 237
Trenton
Johnson Steals Bearer Train Bonds
May 1916

Chapter 22 . . . . . .pg 247
New York
Secret Meeting with German Ambassador’s Officers
November 26, 1916

Chapter 23 . . . . . .pg. 256
New Jersey
Black Tom Explosion - Johnson Barge Numbered 17
June 30, 1916

Chapter 24 . . . . . .pg 262
Ottawa
PM Gets Updated on the Parliament Fire from Major-General C.G.S.
August 25, 1916

Chapter 25 . . . . . .pg 279
Halifax
Alexander Hobrecker’s Secret Dinner Party with Friends
February 14, 1917

Chapter 26 . . . . . .pg 282
Washington
President Wilson’s Oval Office and the Zimmerman Telegraph
February 26, 1917

Chapter 27 . . . . . .pg 289
Ottawa
Spring Rice Updates Sherwood on the Parliament Fire
March 20, 1917

Chapter 28 . . . . . .pg  294
Washington
USA Entering WW I
April 10, 1917

Chapter 29 . . . . . .pg 298
Ottawa
Dynamite at Beloeil
May 29, 1917

Chapter 30 . . . . . .pg 303
Washington
British Ambassador Establishes a Train to Get from Canada
November 29, 1917

Chapter 31 . . . . . .pg 311
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax Explosion
December 5, 1917

Chapter 32 . . . . . .pg 324
Montreal
Munition Plants Saved From Destruction
December 13, 1917

Chapter 33 . . . . . .pg 330
Halifax
Letter from Boston
December 27, 1917

Chapter 34 . . . . . .pg 334
New York
Trotsky Report on Activities in New York
April 21, 1918

Chapter 35 . . . . . . pg 343
New York
Trotsky’s Amherst Report for the German Ambassador
April 31, 1918

Chapter 36 . . . . . .pg 351
Ottawa
PM’s Parliament Building Fire Censor Report
April 6, 1918

Chapter 37 . . . . . .pg 360
Seattle
German Agent William Johnson
May 15, 1922

End-notes . . . . . .pg 376

Photographs, Illustrations & Maps Page . . . . . . .pg 383 book table contents

About the Book

 

   The book is a historical novel which travels a fuzzy line between fiction and academic review.


   The same group of German Agents caused:  


(1) 1915 Explosion of munitions vessel in Seattle being sent to Russian Front

(2) 1915/1917 Explosions of munition plants and bridges in Canada and United States 

(3) 1916 Black Tom Explosion, storage munition supplies in New York City 

(4) 1916 Explosion of the Canadian Parliament Buildings 

(5) 1917 Halifax Explosion in Halifax NS. Canada. 


“Spies, Espionage & Explosions”


   It is the story of the German Invasion of North America. It is a historical fictional version of alternative history using international newspaper records, private papers, magazine articles, novels, resource books and archived researched true events.


   The President of United States Thomas Woodrow Wilson and the Prime Minister of Canada Robert Borden were warned about various acts of sabotages by the British Ambassador Sir Cecil Arthur Spring-Rice who was based in Washington D.C., in the United States. British Agents in North America and the Pinkerton Agency were also continually supplying Canada with plots of German-backed espionage activities.



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Author: Don Kane  

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