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The Impact of 1942

Summary: A short analysis on the impact that the arrival of Columbus in 1942 had on the American and European worlds.
The Western world would be shaken from its foundation after the voyage of Columbus. An exchange of ideas, diseases, cultures, and religions would commence soon thereafter. What would occur after was one of the most influential periods in the history of our modern America, as well as modern Europe. The voyages of Columbus produced many voyages afterward. Most spurred by the lust for land, wealth, and spread of religion. Mass exploitation gave rise to conquest and genocide. Effects of the trip would eventually include the tragic loss of nearly an entire group of culture, and the rise of a new nation. The collision of Europe, America, and Africa produced great change and conflict in the American region.

One of the most prominent changes that were inflicted upon the American continent was the basic erasure of the native societies and their respective cultures. To properly grasp a hold...

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