Two Documentary DVD

Award Winning Documentaries
"The Germans from Russia: Children of the Steppe, Children of the Prairie" and "Prairie Crosses, Prairie Voices: Iron Crosses of the Great Plains"


The Germans from Russia:
Children of the Steppe,
Children of the Prairie
is the story of the Germans from Russia—
agricultural pioneers on several
continents whose quest for land and
peace shaped them into a distinctive
and enduring ethnic group.

©1999 Prairie Public Broadcasting, Inc.
A co-production of Prairie Public Broadcasting
and the North Dakota State University
Libraries.
Producer: Bob Dambach
Writer: Ronald J. Vossler
Chief Editor/Videographer: Dave Geck
Original Music: John Altenbernd
Executive Producers: Bob Dambach,
Michael M. Miller
Major funding provided by
Arthur E. and Cleora Flegel
Stuart and Cindy (Mitzel) Longtin
The North Dakota Humanities Council
The Members of Prairie Public Broadcasting

Prairie Crosses Prairie Voices:
Iron Crosses
of the Great Plains
follows the traditional iron art form
that crossed continents and oceans
and survived famine and war—
to be reborn on the Great Plains of
America and Canada.

©2002 Prairie Public Broadcasting, Inc.
A co-production of Prairie Public Broadcasting
and the North Dakota State University
Libraries.
Producer: Bob Dambach
Writer /Narrator: Dr. Timothy J. Kloberdanz
Chief Videographer/ Editor: Dave Geck
Original Music: Makoche‘ Music
Executive Producers: Bob Dambach,
Michael M. Miller
Major funding provided by
North Dakota Humanities Council
North Dakota State University Libraries
The members of Prairie Public Broadcasting
This activity is supported in part by a grant
from the North Dakota Council on the Arts,
which receives funding from the state
legislature and the National Endowment
for the Arts.


Double Documentary DVD

DVD is $30.00 plus Shipping & Handling

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