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European Conquests of the Americas

European Conquests of the Americas

After 1492, the Americas were invaded by European conquerors, who overwhelmed the Native Americans, although they were heavily outnumbered. How could so few Europeans conquer so many Native Americans?




Amerika, Európa, fegyver, betegség, katona, hódító, spanyol hódítók, civilizáció, Pizarro

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European Conquests of the Americas, Portugal, Ecuador, Peru, Francisco Pizarro, 106, 62, Eurasia, Europe, Large population, Agriculture, Technology, North America, South America, 16th century, European people

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