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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 Testimony 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 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


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  1. says:

    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 stories about pirates and Moroccan sultans Here definitely crueler than in Disney films And the moral is slavery is bad and all humans are equally capable of inhuman behaviour It is actually so widespread that I am not sure why it is called inhuman as I can t think of any other species that engages in such behaviour.Here is some English logic for you When then Englishmen were enslaved by the Moors it was because the Moors were beasts , as only beasts could do something so barbaric Now, when the English did the same to Africans around the same time, that was ok because Africans were beasts, so there were no contraindication to enslaving them And that s how the English managed to sleep with a clear conscience.I particularly enjoyed this episode recounted by Milton where an English ship with a cargo of Africans destined for slavery in North America gets captured by Moroccans and the whole crew gets sent to slavery in Morocco And isn t it ironic. don t you think All in all, good book, people You can read it in two evenings Sometimes I found Miles style a little too pompous for my liking Right now I am reading The Professor and the Madman and I am enjoying Simon Winchester s style a lot because he s got jokes Though on the other hand when you write about slavery it is probably not ok to joke.


  2. says:

    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 stories about pirates and Moroccan sultans Here definitely crueler than in Disney films And the moral is slavery is bad and all humans are equally capable of inhuman behaviour It is actually so widespread that I am not sure why it is called inhuman as I can t think of any other species that engages in such behaviour.Here is some English logic for you When then Englishmen were enslaved by the Moors it was because the Moors were beasts , as only beasts could do something so barbaric Now, when the English did the same to Africans around the same time, that was ok because Africans were beasts, so there were no contraindication to enslaving them And that s how the English managed to sleep with a clear conscience.I particularly enjoyed this episode recounted by Milton where an English ship with a cargo of Africans destined for slavery in North America gets captured by Moroccans and the whole crew gets sent to slavery in Morocco And isn t it ironic. don t you think All in all, good book, people You can read it in two evenings Sometimes I found Miles style a little too pompous for my liking Right now I am reading The Professor and the Madman and I am enjoying Simon Winchester s style a lot because he s got jokes Though on the other hand when you write about slavery it is probably not ok to joke.


  3. says:

    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 stories about pirates and Moroccan sultans Here definitely crueler than in Disney films And the moral is slavery is bad and all humans are equally capable of inhuman behaviour It is actually so widespread that I am not sure why it is called inhuman as I can t think of any other species that engages in such behaviour.Here is some English logic for you When then Englishmen were enslaved by the Moors it was because the Moors were beasts , as only beasts could do something so barbaric Now, when the English did the same to Africans around the same time, that was ok because Africans were beasts, so there were no contraindication to enslaving them And that s how the English managed to sleep with a clear conscience.I particularly enjoyed this episode recounted by Milton where an English ship with a cargo of Africans destined for slavery in North America gets captured by Moroccans and the whole crew gets sent to slavery in Morocco And isn t it ironic. don t you think All in all, good book, people You can read it in two evenings Sometimes I found Miles style a little too pompous for my liking Right now I am reading The Professor and the Madman and I am enjoying Simon Winchester s style a lot because he s got jokes Though on the other hand when you write about slavery it is probably not ok to joke.


  4. says:

    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 stories about pirates and Moroccan sultans Here definitely crueler than in Disney films And the moral is slavery is bad and all humans are equally capable of inhuman behaviour It is actually so widespread that I am not sure why it is called inhuman as I can t think of any other species that engages in such behaviour.Here is some English logic for you When then Englishmen were enslaved by the Moors it was because the Moors were beasts , as only beasts could do something so barbaric Now, when the English did the same to Africans around the same time, that was ok because Africans were beasts, so there were no contraindication to enslaving them And that s how the English managed to sleep with a clear conscience.I particularly enjoyed this episode recounted by Milton where an English ship with a cargo of Africans destined for slavery in North America gets captured by Moroccans and the whole crew gets sent to slavery in Morocco And isn t it ironic. don t you think All in all, good book, people You can read it in two evenings Sometimes I found Miles style a little too pompous for my liking Right now I am reading The Professor and the Madman and I am enjoying Simon Winchester s style a lot because he s got jokes Though on the other hand when you write about slavery it is probably not ok to joke.


  5. says:

    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 stories about pirates and Moroccan sultans Here definitely crueler than in Disney films And the moral is slavery is bad and all humans are equally capable of inhuman behaviour It is actually so widespread that I am not sure why it is called inhuman as I can t think of any other species that engages in such behaviour.Here is some English logic for you When then Englishmen were enslaved by the Moors it was because the Moors were beasts , as only beasts could do something so barbaric Now, when the English did the same to Africans around the same time, that was ok because Africans were beasts, so there were no contraindication to enslaving them And that s how the English managed to sleep with a clear conscience.I particularly enjoyed this episode recounted by Milton where an English ship with a cargo of Africans destined for slavery in North America gets captured by Moroccans and the whole crew gets sent to slavery in Morocco And isn t it ironic. don t you think All in all, good book, people You can read it in two evenings Sometimes I found Miles style a little too pompous for my liking Right now I am reading The Professor and the Madman and I am enjoying Simon Winchester s style a lot because he s got jokes Though on the other hand when you write about slavery it is probably not ok to joke.


  6. says:

    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 stories about pirates and Moroccan sultans Here definitely crueler than in Disney films And the moral is slavery is bad and all humans are equally capable of inhuman behaviour It is actually so widespread that I am not sure why it is called inhuman as I can t think of any other species that engages in such behaviour.Here is some English logic for you When then Englishmen were enslaved by the Moors it was because the Moors were beasts , as only beasts could do something so barbaric Now, when the English did the same to Africans around the same time, that was ok because Africans were beasts, so there were no contraindication to enslaving them And that s how the English managed to sleep with a clear conscience.I particularly enjoyed this episode recounted by Milton where an English ship with a cargo of Africans destined for slavery in North America gets captured by Moroccans and the whole crew gets sent to slavery in Morocco And isn t it ironic. don t you think All in all, good book, people You can read it in two evenings Sometimes I found Miles style a little too pompous for my liking Right now I am reading The Professor and the Madman and I am enjoying Simon Winchester s style a lot because he s got jokes Though on the other hand when you write about slavery it is probably not ok to joke.


  7. says:

    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 stories about pirates and Moroccan sultans Here definitely crueler than in Disney films And the moral is slavery is bad and all humans are equally capable of inhuman behaviour It is actually so widespread that I am not sure why it is called inhuman as I can t think of any other species that engages in such behaviour.Here is some English logic for you When then Englishmen were enslaved by the Moors it was because the Moors were beasts , as only beasts could do something so barbaric Now, when the English did the same to Africans around the same time, that was ok because Africans were beasts, so there were no contraindication to enslaving them And that s how the English managed to sleep with a clear conscience.I particularly enjoyed this episode recounted by Milton where an English ship with a cargo of Africans destined for slavery in North America gets captured by Moroccans and the whole crew gets sent to slavery in Morocco And isn t it ironic. don t you think All in all, good book, people You can read it in two evenings Sometimes I found Miles style a little too pompous for my liking Right now I am reading The Professor and the Madman and I am enjoying Simon Winchester s style a lot because he s got jokes Though on the other hand when you write about slavery it is probably not ok to joke.


  8. says:

    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 stories about pirates and Moroccan sultans Here definitely crueler than in Disney films And the moral is slavery is bad and all humans are equally capable of inhuman behaviour It is actually so widespread that I am not sure why it is called inhuman as I can t think of any other species that engages in such behaviour.Here is some English logic for you When then Englishmen were enslaved by the Moors it was because the Moors were beasts , as only beasts could do something so barbaric Now, when the English did the same to Africans around the same time, that was ok because Africans were beasts, so there were no contraindication to enslaving them And that s how the English managed to sleep with a clear conscience.I particularly enjoyed this episode recounted by Milton where an English ship with a cargo of Africans destined for slavery in North America gets captured by Moroccans and the whole crew gets sent to slavery in Morocco And isn t it ironic. don t you think All in all, good book, people You can read it in two evenings Sometimes I found Miles style a little too pompous for my liking Right now I am reading The Professor and the Madman and I am enjoying Simon Winchester s style a lot because he s got jokes Though on the other hand when you write about slavery it is probably not ok to joke.


  9. says:

    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 stories about pirates and Moroccan sultans Here definitely crueler than in Disney films And the moral is slavery is bad and all humans are equally capable of inhuman behaviour It is actually so widespread that I am not sure why it is called inhuman as I can t think of any other species that engages in such behaviour.Here is some English logic for you When then Englishmen were enslaved by the Moors it was because the Moors were beasts , as only beasts could do something so barbaric Now, when the English did the same to Africans around the same time, that was ok because Africans were beasts, so there were no contraindication to enslaving them And that s how the English managed to sleep with a clear conscience.I particularly enjoyed this episode recounted by Milton where an English ship with a cargo of Africans destined for slavery in North America gets captured by Moroccans and the whole crew gets sent to slavery in Morocco And isn t it ironic. don t you think All in all, good book, people You can read it in two evenings Sometimes I found Miles style a little too pompous for my liking Right now I am reading The Professor and the Madman and I am enjoying Simon Winchester s style a lot because he s got jokes Though on the other hand when you write about slavery it is probably not ok to joke.


  10. says:

    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 stories about pirates and Moroccan sultans Here definitely crueler than in Disney films And the moral is slavery is bad and all humans are equally capable of inhuman behaviour It is actually so widespread that I am not sure why it is called inhuman as I can t think of any other species that engages in such behaviour.Here is some English logic for you When then Englishmen were enslaved by the Moors it was because the Moors were beasts , as only beasts could do something so barbaric Now, when the English did the same to Africans around the same time, that was ok because Africans were beasts, so there were no contraindication to enslaving them And that s how the English managed to sleep with a clear conscience.I particularly enjoyed this episode recounted by Milton where an English ship with a cargo of Africans destined for slavery in North America gets captured by Moroccans and the whole crew gets sent to slavery in Morocco And isn t it ironic. don t you think All in all, good book, people You can read it in two evenings Sometimes I found Miles style a little too pompous for my liking Right now I am reading The Professor and the Madman and I am enjoying Simon Winchester s style a lot because he s got jokes Though on the other hand when you write about slavery it is probably not ok to joke.