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Distinguished Africans in Early Northern and Central Europe (Part 2)

Adolf Badin: Distinguished African of the Swedish Court

In spite of severe limitations, a number of Africans managed to distinguish themselves on the European stage even during the period of the massive enslavement and transport of African people from Africa to the Western Hemisphere. In our section on Europe, we have looked at a number of them. It is impossible to cover them all. Several more of them, however, have captured our imagination and are impossible to ignore.

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