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We Came from Wolgadeutscher (Volga German) Children's Book

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'We Came From Wolgadeutscher (Volga German) Children's Book' by D. Philipp Kaiser (Print and eBook format) Ages 8-12

We Came from Wolgadeutscher (Volga German) Children’s Book (ages 8-12) is a fictional story about the journey of a German Family in the mid 1760's. It follows their move from their home for the Russian Volga River Colonies, and as their descendants live and prosper on the Volga. It ends about 1900 as their children's children finally leave the Volga and settle in new homes in America. The story line is much the same as in my series of 10 historical novels, but is written from a child’s interests and view. It is true as far as the general dates and facts that we know about the Wolgadeutscher. You may wonder why I wrote this book. Simply, everything today is about ‘sanitized’ facts… just data that does not carry the emotion or feeling, the trial and tribulation, or success and failure in life. Today everything is all about fast, quick and easy. Today everything is about what the Media, Internet or Movies say it is in 30-second clips. I hope this book will help the children see the true story, the real lives of our German-Russian Volga Ancestors…. so those that came before, and what they did for us, will live on within us forever. Text Readability Level 5 - Easy Reading - Ages 8-12.  (Available in Print & eBooks)

Origins & Ancestors Families Karle & Kaiser of the German-Russian Volga Colonies

"Origin & Ancestors Family Karle & Kaiser of the German-Russian Volga Colonies" by Darrel P. Kaiser @ www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com (Print & Ebook format)

Origins & Ancestors Families Karle & Kaiser of the German-Russian Volga Colonies begins with the recorded history of the origins of the peoples of what is now Germany, the development of religion in that area, the history of the Volga River region, and their religions. Next, it moves on to the ancestral/geographical areas of Germany, cultural Areas and Issues, the migration to the Russian Volga River region, life near the Volga, migration to the New World, and those that stayed behind. It continues with surname development and family cities, direct ancestral lines, ancestral biographies, family tree, summary, bibliography, and endnotes. I firmly believe that you must know and understand the past to have a chance to understand the present, and this book is my first try at helping to that. (Available in Print  & eBooks)

Religions of Germany and the German-Russian Volga Colonies

'Religions of Germany and the German-Russian Volga Colonies' by D. Philipp Kaiser (Print & All Ebook formats)

Religions of Germany and the German-Russian Volga Colonies is the second book in my series on the history of the German-Russians and the Volga Colonies. It explains the development of Religion in pre-history Germany and Religions daily influence on those lives. It continues with more modern religious developments  in Germany to about 1765, the Büdingen Connection, and then on to religion during the next hundred and fifty years in the Volga Colonies. Included are illustrations of many of the Churches of the Volga Colonies, the changes decreed by Moscow from 1860 to around 1930, bibliography and endnotes, along with  31 BW pictures. (Available in Print in English & German, & all eBooks)

The Bad and Downright Ugly of the German-Russian Volga Colonies

'The Bad and Downright Ugly of the German-Russian Volga Colonies' by D. Philipp Kaiser (Print & All Ebook formats)

The Bad and Downright Ugly of the German-Russian Volga Colonies is the third book in my series on the history of the German-Russians and the Volga Colonies. The goal of this book is to identify the hardships that my German-Russian ancestors endured and overcame in the Volga Colonies. The chapters cover emigration to the Volga Colonies with the shock and disappointment on arrival; the unbelievable death rate, the wild weather, sickness, and food shortages that they endured; Tsarina Catherine the Great, and her “promises”; the Robber Bands and Nomadic Tribes that terrorized the colonies; the brutal tale of ‘crazy’ Emelian Pugachov; the plague of Lenin and the Red Guards along with the ‘Rebellion in Warenburg’; and finishes with famine and death in the Volga Colonies. It includes a summary, bibliography and Endnotes, and 20 BW pictures and 10 maps. (Available in Print & eBooks)

Emigration to and from the German-Russian Volga Colonies

'Emigration to and from the German-Russian Volga Colonies' by D. Philipp Kaiser (Print & All Ebook formats)

Emigration to and from the German-Russian Volga Colonies is the fourth book in my series on the history of the German-Russians and the Volga Colonies. It covers the emigration of the "Catherine the Great" Germans into the Volga River area in the mid to late 1700's, the movement of the Volga German-Russians further east of the Volga River into Russia's Steppes, the western exodus of the Volga German-Russians to the United States, Canada, Germany, Brazil and Argentina in the late 1800's and early 1900's, the Stalin ordered deportation of all Volga German-Russians to Siberia in the 1940's, and their final emigrations back to Germany and their long gone Volga River Colonies. (Available in Print & eBooks)

Moscow's Final Solution: The Genocide of the German-Russian Volga Colonies

'Moscow's Final Revenge: The Genocide of the German-Russian Volga Colonies' by D. Philipp Kaiser (Print & All Ebook formats)

Moscow's Final Solution: The Genocide of the German-Russian Volga Colonies is the fifth and final book in my series on the history of the German-Russians and the Volga Colonies. This final chapter of the German-Russian Volga Colonies is filled with words like Starvation, Torture, Mass Murders, Deportation, Siberia, and GENOCIDE. Why? One would think that after all the trouble that Tsarina Catherine the Great went through to get the ‘her’ Germans to come to Russia, and after living in the Volga Colonies for 100 years, they would be welcome forever. Not so, the Russians felt the German-Russians were still ‘Germans’ at heart, never to be trusted. This book covers the increasing stranglehold that the Tsarist Government clamped on the Volga Colonies around 1860: the start of 81 years of Russian scheming to rid Russia of the German-Russians. Also covered is their deportation and life in Siberia, and Moscow’s final elimination of all traces of the German-Russians Volga Colonies through ‘GENOCIDE’ of the German-Russian Volga people. (Available in Print & eBooks)

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