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Giles Milton ☆ 8 Summary Summary Ø eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Giles Milton White Gold Free read Õ 8 Slave he would witness first hand the barbaric splendour of the imperial court as well as experience the daily terror of a cruel regime Gripping immaculately researched and brilliantly realised WHITE GOLD reveals an explosive chapter of popular history told with all the pace and verve of one of our finest historians When I got the book from my parents I was astonished at first Of course I knew about black slaves and the triangular trade but I d never heard of it before that there were so many white slavesThe author manages to make his story very lively and to tell the incredible events in great detail yet excitingI do not understand how it can be that so little is known about the white slave trade The book has given me a new perspective on the history of slaveryI would recommend anyone to read this book Not only is it a very well written book it also stands out for the extraordinary story it tells

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Giles Milton ☆ 8 Summary Summary Ø eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Giles Milton White Gold Free read Õ 8 Imony of a Cornish cabin boy named Thomas Pellow Giles Milton vividly reconstructs a disturbing little known chapter of history Pellow was bought by the tyrannical sultan of Morocco who was constructing an imperial pleasure palace of enormous scale and grandeur built entirely by Christian slave labour As his personal Giles Milton is one of my favourite authors bringing history to life with some remarkable personal tales of the people and places involved in some of the most significant yet nevertheless obscure historical events of the last few centuriesThis book is no exception He brings the story of the million European slaves taken by the Barbary corsairs between the 16th and beginning of the 19th centuries via Thomas Pellow a young cabin boy from Cornwall who kidnapped at 12 would spend 23 years as a slave in the service of Moulay Ismail and subseuent Sultans of Morocco Pellow s story is full of adventure in the grandest sense and gives us a rich and terryfying picture of life in Morocco in the early 18th centuryI heartily recommend this book to everyone as I recommend Milton s other historical novels

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Giles Milton ☆ 8 Summary Summary Ø eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Giles Milton White Gold Free read Õ 8 This is the forgotten story of the million white Europeans snatched from their homes and taken in chains to the great slave markets of North Africa to be sold to the highest bidder Ignored by their own governments and forced to endure the harshest of conditions very few lived to tell the tale Using the firsthand test My thoughts in two words utterly brilliant This should be reuired reading in schools along with learning about the Black Slave Trade I thought this was very well written exceptionally well researched and an engaging read That being said the high amount of descriptions of torture genital mutilation beatings and murder made me a seasoned reader of violent history works put it down at times Although the majority of this book takes place in the eighteenth century due to Thomas Pellow s story I nevertheless strongly recommend it for students of the seventeenth century as well because of the fact that piracy was a big problem throughout the Stuart period


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    review White Gold White Gold Free read Õ 8 Giles Milton ☆ 8 Summary Initially I was under the impression that this book is a historical novel so I wasted first 20 pages waiting for the novel to start Once I realised it was actually historical non fiction I started really enjoying it Milton unearthenes some little known part of world history and delivers it to us in a very exciting form Who does not like stor

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    White Gold Free read Õ 8 My thoughts in two words utterly brilliant This should be reuired reading in schools along with learning about the Black Slave Trade I thought this was very well written exceptionally well researched and an engaging read That being said the high amount of descriptions of torture genital mutilation beatings and mu

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    Summary Ø eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Giles Milton Giles Milton ☆ 8 Summary White Gold Free read Õ 8 A riveting multi sourced account of a majorly overlooked era of European history the reasons for which you may ma

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    Giles Milton ☆ 8 Summary Summary Ø eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Giles Milton White Gold Free read Õ 8 Until reading Giles Milton's book I hadn't realised the extent of White Slave Trade in 18th century Europe and AmericaMoroccan pirates or Corairs were regularly both captury vessels at sea and selling their crews and passengers into slavery or carrying out raids on England's South West coast and kidnapping men women and children for this lu

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    White Gold Free read Õ 8 This book typically of its author was thoroughly engrossing and a remarkable historical tale I found it fascinating that

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    review White Gold Giles Milton ☆ 8 Summary Summary Ø eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Giles Milton Giles Milton is one of my favourite authors bringing history to life with some remarkable personal tales of the people and places involved in some of the most significant yet nevertheless obscure historical events

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    White Gold Free read Õ 8 I read this book at a time when I had no plans of travelling to Morocco Having just done so it was an odd combination of events and research needs that made it happen I cannot recommend this book too highlyI'm glad to say that conditions have improved a great deal but Giles Milton captures a sense of the time remarkably well allowing the mode

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    White Gold Free read Õ 8 When I got the book from my parents I was astonished at first Of course I knew about black slaves and the triangular trade but I'd never heard of it before that there were so many white slavesThe author manages to make hi

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    White Gold Free read Õ 8 A fascinating account of one white slave in particular and the white slave trade in general Here's an excellent portrayal of the Barbary Corsairs and their trade in white slaves during the course of the mid 17th century until the destruction

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    Summary Ø eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Giles Milton White Gold Free read Õ 8 Giles Milton ☆ 8 Summary So as I'm reading the first part of this book about how the Brits and other Europeans were snatched — sometimes right from their homes —

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