The Fall of the Aztecs
In "The fall of the Aztecs" this almost unbelievable story is told through two true eyewitness accounts: from the Aztec side by sixty graphic pictures drawn by artist-scribes who survived the conquest; from the Spanish side by a conquistador, Bernal Díaz, who fought as a foot soldier through the whole conquest and lived to write it all down in simple words.
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