Francisco Pizarro’s conquest of Peru is in many ways similar to the conquest of Persia by Alexander the Great. What are the similarities? What is the difference?
The similarity of the activities of Francisco Pizarro and Alexander the Great is that they conquered centralized empires, where it was enough to defeat the tsarist army, capture the tsar – and the power fell apart. The difference lies in the enormous technical and political superiority of the Spaniards (enterprising merchants and engineers) over the prosperous, but devoid of any initiative, subjects of the Incas.
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