Book The Destiny of Kandoa (trans-Saharan slavery)

Véronique Diarra

  • 13,00€

The destiny of Kandoa

A young Mandingo girl is kidnapped by Berber slavery brigands and sold in Tunis in the 15th (15th) century . Discover its story

Historical novel :

Trans-Saharan slavery began in 652 and officially ended in the early 20th century. In 1474, in the Mandingo Empire, the village of Da was attacked by Berber slavers . They kidnap Kandoa, a young girl, her companions and all the children.

Author: Véronique Diarra

Publisher: self-publishing
Price: 13€

Book The Destiny of Kandoa (trans-Saharan slavery)

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