Geschichte der Eroberung von Mexiko

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  • Title: Geschichte der Eroberung von Mexiko
  • Author: Bernal Díaz del Castillo Anneliese Botond
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  • Geschichte der Eroberung von Mexiko
    Bernal D az del Castillo naci en Medina del Campo, en 1495, y muri en Guatemala Hijo de Francisco D az del Castillo, regidor de su ciudad natal, y de Mar a D ez Rej n Viaj a Am rica acompa ado de Pedrarias D vila y estuvo en las expediciones de Francisco Hern ndez de C rdoba y Juan de Grijalva Particip con Hern n Cort s en la conquista de Nueva Espa a, y estuvo en lBernal D az del Castillo naci en Medina del Campo, en 1495, y muri en Guatemala Hijo de Francisco D az del Castillo, regidor de su ciudad natal, y de Mar a D ez Rej n Viaj a Am rica acompa ado de Pedrarias D vila y estuvo en las expediciones de Francisco Hern ndez de C rdoba y Juan de Grijalva Particip con Hern n Cort s en la conquista de Nueva Espa a, y estuvo en la Noche triste , y en el asedio de Tenochtitl n, siendo herido de gravedad en Tlascala Despu s vivi en la ciudad de Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala y all se cas con Teresa de Becerra, hija del conquistador de Guatemala En 1552, a los setenta y dos a os, empez a escribir una de las cr nicas m s completas sobre la conquista de M xico Historia verdadera de la Conquista de la Nueva Espa a D az del Castillo fue regidor de Santiago durante m s de treinta a os y muri all en 1584.
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    Bernal D az del Castillo 1492 ca 1580 was a conquistador, who wrote an eyewitness account of the conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards under Hern n Cort s, himself serving as a rodelero under Cort s Born in Medina del Campo Spain , he came from a family of little wealth and he himself had received only a minimal education He sailed to Tierra Firme in 1514 to make his fortune, but after two years found few opportunities there Much of the native population had already been killed by epidemics and there was political unrest So he sailed to Cuba, where he was promised a grant of Indian slaves But that promise was never fulfilled, leading D az, in 1517, to join an expedition being organized by a group of about 110 fellow settlers from Tierra Firme and similarly disaffected Spaniards They chose Francisco Hern ndez de C rdoba, a wealthy Cuban landowner, to lead the expedition It was a difficult venture, and although they discovered the Yucat n coast, by the time the expedition returned to Cuba they were in disastrous shape.Nevertheless, D az returned to the coast of Yucat n the following year, on an expedition led by Juan de Grijalva, with the intent of exploring the newly discovered lands Upon returning to Cuba, he enlisted in a new expedition, this one led by Hern n Cort s In this third effort, D az took part in one of the legendary military campaigns of history, bringing an end to the Aztec empire in Mesoamerica During this campaign, D az spoke frequently with his companions in arms about their experiences, collecting them into a coherent narration The book that resulted from this was Historia verdadera de la conquista de la Nueva Espa a English The True History of the Conquest of New Spain In it he describes many of the 119 battles in which he claims to have participated, culminating in the fall of the Aztec Empire in 1521.As a reward for his service, D az was appointed governor of Santiago de los Caballeros, present day Antigua Guatemala He began writing his history in 1568, almost fifty years after the events described, in response to an alternative history written by Cort s s chaplain, who had not actually participated in the campaign He called his book the Historia Verdadera True History , in response to the claims made in the earlier work.D az died in 1585, without seeing his book published A manuscript was found in a Madrid library in 1632 and finally published, providing an eye witness account of the events, often told from the perspective of a common soldier Today it is one of the most important sources in understanding the campaign that led to the collapse of the Aztec Empire and the Spanish conquest of Mexico.

  • 386 Comments

  • El lenguaje es arcaico, el estilo es repetitivo y amateur, pero el contenido vale la pena.Muy interesante conocer sobre la historia del nacimiento de M xico a trav s las memorias de uno de sus protagonistas.


  • History is written by the victors, and Bernal Diaz del Castillo certainly falls into that category As a conquistador into New Spain Mexico under the command of Henan Cortez, Bernal Diaz had a front row seat to the invasion of Mexico under emperor Charles the 5th.This memoir, written many years after the events took place, is Bernal Diaz s attempt to answer Gomara s history of the conquest of Mexico, where the latter heaps all the credit upon Cortez, and present Diaz s true version of history, fo [...]


  • Don Bernal D az del Castillo Por fin, despu s de decenas de horas invertidas en su obra, he logrado terminarla de leer Antes de entrar en materia, y por si usted solo leyera este primer p rrafo, quiero felicitarlo por su extraordinaria labor En verdad son dos m ritos conquistar y despu s narrar Eso lo hace nico La humanidad se lo agradece me refiero a la narraci n, de la conquista no estoy tan seguro.Entremos en materia, caballero Hay dos aspectos que quiero traer a la mesa y discutir con usted [...]




  • Such a great memoir There are so many first hand details of the conquest, how it took place, and battles that I never before heard of Easily the best and most significant thing I ve read in a long time.


  • It is a long but fascinating read This is the only written history of Cortes in Mexico penned by an eye witness, and therefore is the only primary source for historians One should remember this being that other writings were written by political factions within the Spanish monarchy, the vice royalty systems, and the Catholic Church, all with clear political agendas of their own Bernal Diaz memoir is an exploration and battle diary from an authentic conquistador who participated in the exploratio [...]


  • As one of the first Europeans to set foot in Mexico, or New Spain as he calls it, Senor Castillo sweeps us along on an epic journey of discovery and conquest These Conquistadors were a different breed of men fearless, able to endure immeasurable pain and hardship and capable of overcoming huge odds all due to a blind, unfailing belief in their faith and king Castillo s first hand account seriously contradicts the history that I was taught According to him, there was no limit to the effort that w [...]


  • Fascinating read, on a linguistic and historical level That said, I have found myself zero motivated, and I have to try very hard to sit down and read it I must say I m only reading an excerpt called Cort s y Moctezuma , by Planeta Conaculta Months and months later Nad now I m REALLY into it, particularly after finding out that it was very unlikely that Bernal Diaz del Castillo wrote it Instead, French archaeologist Christian Duverger makes a case saying Cortez himself wrote it, in his book Cr n [...]


  • I read together the English and Spanish versions It was an amazing first person account that is best complemented with The Broken Spears 2007 Revised Edition The Aztec Account of the Conquest of Mexico Miguel Leon Portilla, J Jorge Klor de Alva, Lysander Kemp An amazing time in history.


  • L incroyable conqu te du Mexique par une poign e de conquistadors espagnols racont e par l un d entre eux Fabuleux



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