|Caption||Slavery. Top: In Angola, Portuguese missionaires and Christian negroes often attempted to prevent the ill-treatment of slaves. Below: In South Africa, Dutch farmers employed slaves who had been imported from Malaya and the Dutch East Indies where they were cheaper. Original artwork for illustration on p5 of Look and Learn issue no 334 (8 June 1968).|
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|Keywords||slavery slaves Angola missionaries negro negroes monks South Africa anti-slavery Africa|
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