HistoryWhen was slavery abolished in French colonies?

When was slavery abolished in French colonies?


  1. A
    1856
  2. B
    1987
  3. C
    1848
  4. D
    1878 

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    Solution:

    Slavery in France colonies was abolished in 1848.
    Napoleon Bonaparte made the first effort; France was under the slave trade, which was the main issue. Napoleon abolished the slave trade in 1815. By 1818, the slave trade was banned in France. France was under the triangular slave trade with other countries. French made many slave colonies from where he got many enslaved people for his country's welfare to make it possible. Eventually, by the year 1848, slavery was abolished entirely.
     
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