WE (NEVER) DON'T FORGET GERMANS FROM RUSSIA IN SOUTH AMERICA - produced by Prairie Public
Broadcasting and North Dakota State University Libraries, 2015. Like North America before
the turn of the 1900s, South America was a land of opportunity – a magnet of immigration from
Europe and Asia. Many of these immigrants were directly related to Germans from Russia in the
United States and Canada. They were a mixture of Black Sea Germans, Volga Germans, Volhynian
Germans, Bessarabian Germans, and Mennonites. We (Never) Don't Forget Germans from Russia in
South America examines the history, language, music, religion, foodways, and culture of this
ethnic group and chronicles how these traditions are flourishing across generations.