In this book, Garca de Len takes us on a journey to witness one of the cruelest aspects of the Conquest of America, the conquest of the landless, who inhabited in the regions of the northern of Mexico and the southern part of the USA. Having search from the documents of the National Archives, the author draws the faces of a group of Apache and their untamed character that fights in a tortuous journey for survival. The corruption of the military commanders, the violent deaths, the confinement and extermination of an untamed nation becomes obvious in this war where the tragic destiny reached not only the defeated, but also the pursuers and the debilitated empire that protected them. The author invites us to go deep on that brief and less known moment of history.
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