The East African Slave Trade: (J.Bell, Illustrated London News, December 17th 1881)

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 The East African Slave Trade: Examination of Captured Slaves in the British Consul-General's Court at Zanzibar (Click to enlarge)
The East African Slave Trade: Examination of Captured Slaves in the British Consul-General’s Court at Zanzibar (note: slavery had been abolished in the Britain in 1833. The image depicts the aftermath of the capture of a slave dhow in the Gulf of Aden)
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3 thoughts on “The East African Slave Trade: (J.Bell, Illustrated London News, December 17th 1881)

  1. Still going on in many parts of the world sadly. Sometimes just as outright slavery, or enforced conscription of boys into armies, and even ‘enslaved’ domestic servants in Central London. It has never really gone away, just been re-named.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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