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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: The gripping, shocking and almost unbelievable story of how a few hundred Spaniards subdued the millions of the Inca Empire.Under the leadership of Francisco Pizarro, Spanish soldiers numbering between as few as 80 and never more than 500, overcame vast Inca armies numbering in the hundreds of thousands through a combination of superior technology, better tactics and the less appealing methods of murder and outright deceit.This work details Pizarro's first two failed attempts to invade the Inca Empire; the daring capture of the Incan emperor Atahulpa at the Battle of Cajamarca; the "ransom of gold"; Atahualpa's brutal execution, and the seizure and subsequent dramatic battles around the of the Incan capital city of Cuzco.Pizarro and his fellow conquistador Diego Almagro fell out with one another, sparking off a war between two Spanish factions which ended in the defeat and execution of Almagro in 1541.The same year, Pizarro met his own violent end at the hands of Almargo's embittered son, and was laid to rest in the Cathedral of Lima, a city which Pizarro founded.Included in this fast-paced and easy-to-read story is an insight into how quickly the leading Conquistadors miscegenated into the native Indian population.ContentsAuthorities on Francisco PizarroChapter I In the Land of Poisoned ArrowsChapter II With Balboa in DarienChapter III Sailing the Unknown SeaChapter IV The Desperate AdventurerChapter V Success in Sight at LastChapter VI An Appeal to the CrownChapter VII On the Peruvian FrontierChapter VIII A Glance at the PeruviansChapter IX A March to the MountainsChapter X In the Inca's StrongholdChapter XI How Atahuallpa was CapturedChapter XII The Prisoner and his RansomChapter XIII The Inca and his MurderersChapter XIV In the Heart of PeruChapter XV In the City of the SunChapter XVI Quarrels of the ConquerorsChapter XVII The Inca Raises His StandardChapter XVIII The Downfall of AlmagroChapter XIX How Pizarro was AssassinatedIndexIllustrated. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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The gripping, shocking and almost unbelievable story of how a few hundred Spaniards subdued the millions of the Inca Empire.

Under the leadership of Francisco Pizarro, Spanish soldiers numbering between as few as 80 and never more than 500, overcame vast Inca armies numbering in the hundreds of thousands through a combination of superior technology, better tactics and the less appealing methods of murder and outright deceit.

This work details Pizarro?s first two failed attempts to invade the Inca Empire; the daring capture of the Incan emperor Atahulpa at the Battle of Cajamarca; the ?ransom of gold?; Atahualpa?s brutal execution, and the seizure and subsequent dramatic battles around the of the Incan capital city of Cuzco.

Pizarro and his fellow conquistador Diego Almagro fell out with one another, sparking off a war between two Spanish factions which ended in the defeat and execution of Almagro in 1541.

The same year, Pizarro met his own violent end at the hands of Almargo?s embittered son, and was laid to rest in the Cathedral of Lima, a city which Pizarro founded.

Included in this fast-paced and easy-to-read story is an insight into how quickly the leading Conquistadors miscegenated into the native Indian population.

Contents

Authorities on Francisco Pizarro

Chapter I In the Land of Poisoned Arrows

Chapter II With Balboa in Darien

Chapter III Sailing the Unknown Sea

Chapter IV The Desperate Adventurer

Chapter V Success in Sight at Last

Chapter VI An Appeal to the Crown

Chapter VII On the Peruvian Frontier

Chapter VIII A Glance at the Peruvians

Chapter IX A March to the Mountains

Chapter X In the Inca?s Stronghold

Chapter XI How Atahuallpa was Captured

Chapter XII The Prisoner and his Ransom

Chapter XIII The Inca and his Murderers

Chapter XIV In the Heart of Peru

Chapter XV In the City of the Sun

Chapter XVI Quarrels of the Conquerors

Chapter XVII The Inca Raises His Standard

Chapter XVIII The Downfall of Almagro

Chapter XIX How Pizarro was Assassinated

Index

Illustrated.

Über den Autor: Frederick Albion Ober (1849 - 1913) was an American naturalist and writer. After an ordinary education and time as a shoemaker, he found his true vocation in travel and history, specializing in early American civilization. He was a founder member of the Explorers Club, an international multidisciplinary professional society dedicated to the advancement of field research.

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