Essay heading: A DISPUTE ON THE POPULAR BELIEFS OF

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February 14, 2002

 

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The capture of slaves was simply an after affect of the conflict. These wars, for the most part, didn't involve Europeans in any way, although there are a few exceptions, such as the war between the army of Ndongo and the Portuguese, citing only limited success of Europeans. It is apparent that the involvement of Europeans was limited, but there was ample access through the Atlantic Ocean and we have the knowledge that the Europeans did trade in the Atlantic African part of the country...
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It makes one wonder why, then, they didn't wage war against the Africans for slavery or even for territory. It has been illustrated by Thornton's book that the gun trade was there, but why didn't the Africans place a large importance on this type of trade? Perhaps it was because of tradition. One could only speculate, because there is little documentation on this particular subject, but perhaps the tradition of being a warrior was something that a young boy aspired to be and trained with his elders for many years to master...
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