Sugar and slaves: The Augsburg Welser as conquerors of America and colonial foundational myths

Roth J (2017)
Atlantic Studies 14(4: German entanglements in transatlantic slavery): 436-456.

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Roth J. Sugar and slaves: The Augsburg Welser as conquerors of America and colonial foundational myths. Atlantic Studies. 2017;14(4: German entanglements in transatlantic slavery):436-456.
Roth, J. (2017). Sugar and slaves: The Augsburg Welser as conquerors of America and colonial foundational myths. Atlantic Studies, 14(4: German entanglements in transatlantic slavery), 436-456. doi:10.1080/14788810.2017.1365279
Roth, J. (2017). Sugar and slaves: The Augsburg Welser as conquerors of America and colonial foundational myths. Atlantic Studies 14, 436-456.
Roth, J., 2017. Sugar and slaves: The Augsburg Welser as conquerors of America and colonial foundational myths. Atlantic Studies, 14(4: German entanglements in transatlantic slavery), p 436-456.
J. Roth, “Sugar and slaves: The Augsburg Welser as conquerors of America and colonial foundational myths”, Atlantic Studies, vol. 14, 2017, pp. 436-456.
Roth, J.: Sugar and slaves: The Augsburg Welser as conquerors of America and colonial foundational myths. Atlantic Studies. 14, 436-456 (2017).
Roth, Julia. “Sugar and slaves: The Augsburg Welser as conquerors of America and colonial foundational myths”. Atlantic Studies 14.4: German entanglements in transatlantic slavery (2017): 436-456.
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