I can already see the Movies about her books^^ and i think the american author who wrote kats biography will soon travel to germany and write the latest version of her book
Hudson's Bay Company and/or Eaton's (as they're still in operation in the 1970's, they went bankrupt in 1999 OTL,) wouldn't really have a lot of crossover with Canadian Tire. A more apt comparison would be if Marie chose to shop at Zellers rather than HBC.I just had one of those thoughts about Marie and her Grand Mere Margot in Canada, what if she decides she would rather shop at Canadian Tire instead of like Hudsons Bay for some things? Talk about getting to her on a simple way.
This is an informal meeting, Kiki has a reputation for not gladly suffering fools, and Albrecht of Bavaria is an extremely well known quantity.You know i kinda love the fact that ITTL serving officers think nothing of calling royals badly behaved children to the face of other royals so long as their serving officers. Thats an odd bit of culture, probably left over from the soviet war, that just works. Plus its highly amusing, especially as Kikis only objection is that he's insulting badly behaved children by putting them on the level of royals.
OTL the 70s saw the start of greater political cooperation in the "Bodenseeregion". Considering what we do know of the politics of TTL, relations don't seem to be worse than OTL, so we could see something similar.Is it not Grand Duke of Baden, is Austria involved in regional crisis planning. And would Kiki be considered a principal as well as she is also sovereign. What about their ministers?
I hear the water skiing & kite surfing around Baffin Island is fantastic that time of year.If Henriette's dad is just an insurance salesman, I have a beach resort up on Baffin Island that would be just perfect for you to buy a limited time offer for you to go in the winter that would be just like Miami Beach.
Not quite.I'm also getting the impression that Henriette's dad is the type of insurance agent who's sale pitch includes phrases such as:
"Nice house/business/country you have here. Be a real shame if it caught fire, the cost to replace or rebuild would be... significant."
"Remember to get your brakes checked regularly. Failure to do so could void your policy."
"It's good to see you again. I bumped into your wife the other day, she'd just had her hair done, Roxanne is a brilliant stylist. And your kids! They've grown so fast! Do they still go to <insert school name here>?"
A there are a few big clues in that Sir Malcolm was an Officer in Canadian Army until he retired at the rank of Colonel in the 1930's. He went on to head the RCMP Special Branch which was established after the Tumbler Ridge massacre. IOTL a similar unit in the RCMP gained a bad reputation after several scandals over domestic spying resulted in the unit eventually being disbanded, in TTL those scandals were largely avoided. After he retired from the RCMP, Sir Malcolm took a job in the Ministry of Defense and having witnessed the deficiencies of the RCMP in that role and as a response to the German KSK and US Special Forces, knew something else needed to be done.