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Conquistador: Hernan Cortes, King Montezuma, and the Last Stand of the Aztecs (Compact Disc)
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Its syndication in the tabloids? Another big-name preacher succumbs to sexual temptation or to egotism? Christian factions involved in name-calling melee? In-house church politics alienating God-loving members? You had mad men fueled by gold lust take down one of the greatest civilizations in history. The Amazing thing is Cortez did it with less than Spanish soliders.
Cortez was a lier and a cheat who murdered his wife and held up the bible while slaughtering women and children. I can't believe that history respects a man like that and calls him great. With all that aside Levy has written a great adventure story that keeps the attention and does not disappoint.
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Great narrative history of Cortes, Montezuma and the clash of civilizations. Makes you realize that what the British faced in the New World a century later was childs play.
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