identify one aspect of the transatlantic slave trade of European expansion into

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Identify one aspect of the transatlantic slave trade of European expansion into the new world. Explain.

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As of 1778, Thomas Kitchin estimated that Europeans were bringing an estimated 52,000 slaves to the Caribbean yearly, with the French bringing the most Africans to the French West Indies (13,000 out of the yearly estimate).[51] The Atlantic slave trade peaked in the last two decades of the 18th century,[52] during and following the Kongo Civil War.[53]Wars among tiny states along the Niger River's Igbo-inhabited region and the accompanying banditry also spiked in this period.[23] Another reason for surplus supply of enslaved people was major warfare conducted by expanding states, such as the kingdom of Dahomey,[54] the Oyo Empire, and the Asante Empire.[55]

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