Michel Deveau the slave trade and consequently slavery which lasted from the

Michel deveau the slave trade and consequently

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b.Toussaint L’Ouverture1.Toussaint L'Ouverture was the son of an educated slave, and in a sudden slave revolt (August 1791), he discerned the ineptitude of the rebel leaders and scorned their willingness to compromise with European radicals. Collecting an army of his own, L'Ouverture trained his followers in the tactics of guerrilla warfare, and by 1795, he was widely renowned for ending slavery on the island of Haiti. He was referred to as the Black napoleon. IDENTIFY1.Baghdad, Iraq 2.Beijing, China 3.Berlin, Germany 4.Buenos Aires, Argentina
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5. Cairo, Egypt 6. Damascus, Syria 7. Havana, Cuba 8. Hong Kong, China 9. Johannesburg, South Africa 10. Kabul. Afghanistan 11. Kiev, Ukraine 12. Lima, Peru 13. London, England 14. Los Angeles, U.S.A. 15. Madagascar 16. Madrid, Spain 17. Mexico City, Mexico 18. Monrovia, Liberia 19. Moscow, Russia 20. New Delhi, India 21. New York. U.S.A. 22. Ottawa, Canada 23. Paris, France 24. Panama Canal 25. Pyongyang, North Korea 26. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 27. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 28. Rome, Italy 29. Santiago, Chile 30. Singapore, Malaysia 31. Suez Canal 32. Sydney, Australia 33. Tokyo, Japan
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