The story of the first thirty years after Columbus' first voyage to the New World. See more »
Good to see an attempt to tell things as they were...
Honestly, I see here an attempt of telling the history by its name, how it was, and no how we want it to be on our role of conquerors on conquered, far from victimhood or heroism. The only thing I see is that is going only on a light and superficial way over it, 8 chapters of 45- 50 minutes are not enough to go though 30 of the most important years on the history of the world...a lot of things untold...but on the overall, I really like the raw way it is explained that it was the people with firm ideals together with the people from the low society, and not kings (except Isabel of Castilla) and nobles, the people who made it...and not because of Christian purposes on the most of the cases.
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