Product DescriptionWhat role did indigenous peoples in the Spanish conquest of Mexico? Ross Hassig explores this issue in Mexico and the Spanish conquest through the incorporation of the principal accounts of the Indians of Mexico and reviewing the events of the conquest in the context of the Aztec empire, culture and politics of Central America, and dynamics military on both sides. Discusses the weapons, tactics and strategies used by the Indians and the Spanish, and concludes that the conquest was not so much a victory for the Spanish than it was a victory for the Indians more than other Indians, the Spanish were able to exploit advantage. In this second edition of his classic work, Hassig incorporates new row. . . More>>

Mexico And the Spanish Conquest

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