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Topic - James Walvin
Walvin said in his book, which chronicles the true story of a captain who ordered a third of the slaves aboard his ship thrown overboard due to a shortage of drinking water.
However, the project provides another piece in a major jigsaw, and helps put together a bigger picture on slavery, Walvin said.