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How was slavery abolished in France?
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Answered by Anonymous

It was in 1794 that the Convention passed a law to free all slaves in French overseas possessions. But this lasted only for 10 years because when Napoleon Bonaparte became the emperor of France in 1804, he reintroduced slavery. In 1848, Slavery was finally abolished in French colonies.

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Answered by vineykiran44

Answer is this is right answer because I have social science self study

(1) One of the most revolutionary social reforms of the Jacobin regime was the abolition of slavery in the France.

(2) It was finally the Convention which in 1794 legislated to free all slaves in the French overseas possession.

(3) This, however, turned out to be a short-term measure : ten years later, Napoleon reintroduced slavery.

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