The Untold Story of Caucasian Slavery

The Untold Story of Caucasian Slavery

The Untold Story Of Caucasian Slavery

Iceland abolished slavery in 1117. Ironically thousands of Icelanders (including millions other Europeans) will be enslaved by Muslim pirates in the following centuries. The impact of these attacks were devastating — France, England, and Spain each lost thousands of ships, and long stretches of the Spanish and Italian coasts were almost completely abandoned by their inhabitants. At its peak, the destruction and depopulation of some areas probably exceeded what European slavers would later inflict on the African interior.

The result is that between 1530 and 1780 there were almost certainly 1 million and quite possibly as many as 1.25 million white, European Christians enslaved by the Muslims of the Barbary Coast.

“Slaves were still slaves, whether they are arabic, asian, black or white, and whether they suffered in Europe, America or Africa”.

Georgia Reddis

I was beginning to think they destroyed all information about white slavery and was always focusing on black slavery because it wasn’t taught in schools except only black slavery!

rachel polzer

I think it’s interesting of how the textbooks (In the US at least) only teach of black slavery in depth and don’t touch upon white slavery at all. Yes it’s all part of the conditioning to divide us, and unfortunately, it’s working.

Spray And Pray

Uk France Russia colonized muslim world but no one say a word about it. Looks like european fascist army have forget what they have done around the world.


Hmm very interesting!! As a descendant of the Slave creed, i will now look at the atrocities of slavery through a different lens. Seems like the Elitist were to blame, The rich enslaving the poor. seems like some whites and blacks have more in common than they know.

Gershom Ben Dovid

Yes, there was limited instances where white sailors were captured for random by Barbary Pirates but it was not “real” slavery since the sailors were pawns. The sailors unlucky enough to not have a random paid were usually executed. Again, not slavery, not even close.

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