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TRANS-ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE The European Role I Introduction A Defining the slave trade II European Role in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade 1The Portuguese 2The Dutch 3 The English and the French 2Detail of the information III Conclusion The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade was the most abominable and cruel from of slavery but it was neither the first nor the only slave trade Slavery was a recognized institution around the world long before the Egyptians enslaved the Jews By the 18th century large parts of the European population were descendants of serfs and slaves Worldwide domestic slavery was the most common form of enslavement In West Africa severe forms of slavery existed The slaves were usually men and women captured in war whose labor led to surplus production and whose numbers amplified the armies of imperial expansion In most parts slaves born within the masters household were better treated than war captives or trade slaves often as members of the family Slaves could occasionally rise to positions of importance or but their own freedom Usually this type of slavery was not a problem The disgrace of slavery all fell in the history of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade During third period is where the inhumanity of the treatment of slaves occurred The ultimate degradation of slaves singularly characteristic of the Trans-Atlatntic Slave Trade The European Role in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade in the late 15th century became an important factor The Portuguese were the first Europeans to extensively explore the African Coast Even though the Europeans were neither the first nor the only ones to have slaves They mostly profoundly interacted with influenced the cultures
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