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Conquerors : how Portugal forged the first global empire / Roger Crowley. [print]

By: Crowley, Roger, 1951- [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: London, England : Faber and Faber, [(c)2015. Description: viii, 412 pages : illustrations, maps ; 20 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780571290901; 0571290906Subject(s): Imperialism -- History | Portugal -- Colonies -- History -- 16th century | Portugal -- History -- Period of discoveries, 1385-1580Genre/Form: History. LOC classification: JV4214.C667 2015JV4214.C953.C667 2015COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
PennsylvaniaRT I Reconnaissance: The Rout to the Indies PennsylvaniaRT II Contest: Monopolies and Holy War PennsylvaniaRT III Conquest: The Lion of the Sea EPILOGUE: 'They Never Stop in One Place'
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PennsylvaniaRT I Reconnaissance: The Rout to the Indies PennsylvaniaRT II Contest: Monopolies and Holy War PennsylvaniaRT III Conquest: The Lion of the Sea EPILOGUE: 'They Never Stop in One Place'

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