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Throughout its history, Mexico has been convulsed by a series of epic, violent and bloody struggles that have defined the culture and identity of this complex nation. The world may be aware of the Spanish conquest in the 16th century, and the devastating impact of this conquest on Mexico’s pre-Hispanic civilizations. But the subsequent four hundred years until the Mexican revolution has largely been ignored. We look at this often overlooked history of America’s next door neighbour, a history that has both been influenced by and involved the United States.
Length: 200 minutes
Copyright date: ©2022
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