Francisco Pizarro's Role In The Discovery Of The New World

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Who is Francisco Pizarro:
Conquistador is a term that defines the soldiers and explorers of the new world, especially the Spanish Empire. There are many conquistadors before the discovery of the new world. However, in my point of view, the most important and unforgettable conquistador was born between sometime in the 1470s. Francisco Pizarro, Gonzalez, is the Spanish conquistador who was the leader of the expedition of the Inca Empire. And behind this expedition, there is a long story that defines a man and events that prove a fact. So, who is Francisco Pizarro? Francisco Pizarro was born in Trujillo, Spain. His date of birth is unknown, but some say that it is sometimes in the 1470s, perhaps 1474. He was the illegitimate son of infantry Colonel Gonzalo Pizarro, who was served in Navarre and the Italian campaigns and his mother is Francisca Gonzalez, who was a poor woman and she married late and had a son who is Francisco Martin de Alcantara.
How his childhood plays a role in his achievement:
Francisco Pizarro was uneducated and grew up illiterate. I think that the reason behind that is that he did not grow in a family like the others. Based on that he becomes a shepherd to live because his parents were not beside him. There was something missing in his childhood that impact his personality, something like feeling and emotions. During the period in Spain, the people were suffering from poorness and the hard life it was just the beginning of the Spanish occupation of the
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