Why Did The Spanish Conquered The Incas?

Why Did The Spanish Conquered The Incas?

At this time, the Inca Empire was at its peak size, covering an area of around 690,000 square miles, and the Spanish were aware of the riches and plenty that could be found inside this realm. In the year 1528, Pizarro traveled back to Spain in order to make his request to the Spanish crown for permission to conquer the region and assume the role of governor.

Harold Plumb

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