Two-part PBS documentary, directed by Ken Burns, that explores the
1930s drought which devastated American prairie farms and led to a
great deal of suffering and hardship. The drought, which was
accompanied and exacerbated by severe dust storms, was a result of
ill-considered farming policy and nearly led to ecological
disaster. 400,000 square kilometres of land, chiefly in Texas and
Oklahoma, was affected and many were displaced or forced to endure
the poor living conditions caused by the storms.
||192 x 137 x 15mm (L x W x T)
Multizone. Plays in all DVD players.
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