The French Revolution in San Domingo


By Theodore Lothrop Stoddard, Published in 1914



The shocking true story of the race war in the French colony of San Domingo, now called Haiti, which raged from 1789 to 1805.

During this time, 450,000 Negro slaves, 39,000 whites and 27,500 mixed-race persons slugged it out in a bloodthirsty conflict which ended with the complete extermination of every white person on the Caribbean island—and created the state of Haiti.

The lessons contained in this book—on the ills of slavery, the incompatibility of the races, and the dangers of liberal ideology—are more valid today than ever before.

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