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Name: Edwin AlonsoCHS 245 - Dr.GalvanDate: September 21, 2020TTC Week # 5Restall, Chapter 3, Invisible Warriors (The Myth of White Conquistadors) ●Who:○ Michael Restall famous author of many ingenious books and known for an impactful intellectual in the academic field also known as a historian. Although he was born in London according to sources he is very well-traveled having experienced living in Spain, Venezuela, Japan, and Hong Kong now that are a lot of countries. Now you may ask why this is important well maybe growing up in all these places not only inspired him but gave him the motive to dig up some incorrect facts and decided to properly educate people about the United states’ tragic and barbaric uprising. When composing this and many other books and pieces he has given access for historians to access real history and a connection from minority people to their past in an aspect. Author Restall is alive and well inputting his theories to future generations by teaching them at ●What:○Now the main message from author Restall of this week’s intended reading is to talk about the villagers’ and other native tribes' actions/reactions they had when they were conquered by the Spnaiards. What I mean by this is in the book the reader can make the connection between restall and his theory that there must have been occurrences in whichthe Spanish Conquistadors were unnumbered by the villagers. So how come instead of the villagers putting up a fight and rebelling against the limited number of Spainards why

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