The Conquest of the Incas

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The Conquest of the Incas

The Conquest of the Inca Empire was the most important campaigns in the Spanish colonization of America. After year of preliminary exploration, 169 Spanish soldiers under Francisco Pizarro and their native allies. In 1528, Spanish arrives at border of Inca Empire the empire spanned a considerable distance. Unlike the European the Incas still leaved in secret time. In 1532, Pizarro returned to Peru with small private army. At first the local people fed this stranger. The roads of Inca Empire stretched 3000 miles from Chile to Ecuador and it led to Inca himself town of Cajamarca. Our father Inca, they deceived him and put him to death. He with the heart of a puma, the cleverness of a fox and they killed him like a llama. Pizarro traveled south of the Inca royal road 1000 miles to the capital of Inca Empire “Cuzco”. On the November 15, 1533, the Spaniard reached Cuzco. Cuzco is the richest town in Indies. Founded by first Inca and re-founded in 1533 by Francisco Pizarro. Mango semen his leader to secret meeting which it took place in Inca Sun Temple and it still stand today in inside of Cuzco Church. Mango words were recorded by his son Titucusi. Mango line up has retreat led him to remote jungle hideaway at Vilcabamba the lost city of Incas. Gonzalo took 300 conquistadors more than his brother has led to kaiamaka. Like old mafia family, Pizarro has made better enemies in a scene from a god father old Francisco discovered and concurred of Peru was murdered by son of his first business partner. Mango meanwhile has made his new capital place called vitcass. When the last Inca is dead, “says old Francisco Pizarro” the people weary of resentence and take our part, but the conquest not over

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