49. The Conquest of Mexico - Part 13

Episode 51 April 14, 2020 00:29:22
49. The Conquest of Mexico - Part 13
The Latin American History Podcast
49. The Conquest of Mexico - Part 13
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In this episode we tie up all the loose ends and finish the series on the conquest of Mexico. We will look at what Spanish control actually looked like on the ground, look at what happened to Cortez' and Moctezuma's descendants, and tell the stories of a couple of lesser known participants in the conquest.

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