FC: Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade | 2012
2: In the grim darkness of the past world, Europe and many other countries where going through many hardships. Starvation, Disease, and Economical hardships lead to the need of a cheap, expendable, resource. This cruel method of teaching and practice would come to be known as Slavery. This unfortunate population would be removed from their lives, and forced to work no-pay labor. Sold to the highest bidder, shipped on vessels with cramped interiors, small meals, and stench that would make the first poor sap to pass out with his socks off right when the smell reached his nose. Slaves where used in farms and mines due to their natural talent of agriculture and herding cattle. They where also immune to tropical diseases and used to the climate.
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