Memories of childhood under the Nazi regime help readers to visualize a crucial period of history from a very young insider's perspective. The book provides access to the mind of a systematically brainwashed child. (English version, printed under the title of "Hitler's Boy", available from the author)
The Mystery of Frankenberg's Canadian Airman:
Account of an investigation into the murder of a young Canadian pilot officer near the end of World War II. Also documents Canada's important participation in Bomber Command. (Also published in French under the title of Le Mystère de l'Aviateur Québécois, and in German under the title of Das Rätsel um den kanadischen Flieger.)
Destination: Ottawa Valley:
Account of large-scale German immigration to the Ottawa Valley under a 19th century settlement scheme before Confederation. The book details the process of recruitment in Prussia and the arduous journey from Bremen to Canada.
McNab - The Township:
History of a township in Renfrew County, Ontario, which included the only attempt at feudal rule in English Canada. The book dispels previously held myths about the aristocratic and legendary Archibald Laird of MacNab.
Mighty Fine Bread:
History of baking and bakeries in the town of Arnprior (Renfrew County, Ontario).
From Ottawa with Love:
Architectural and scenic views of Ottawa seen through picture postcards of the Edwardian period (1890s to1914). Text in English and French.
Fathering, Mothering and Kidding:
Short stories based on the author's humour column, "Peter's Point", which appeared in many Canadian newspapers in the 1980s and 1990s.
"Desperate solutions to the ridiculous problems of everyday living" or "How to find humour in frustration".
The Algonkin Nation:
Historical overview of the Algonkins (Algonquins) of the Ottawa Valley in Ontario and Quebec, with main emphasis on European contact, beginning in 1603, and the treachery of dispossession by the Crown (the Algonkins never had a treaty)
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