Guns, Germs, and Steel is a historical non-fiction book concerned with the conquest of the Indigenous peoples of Africa and the Americas by European and North African power structures. The book explores the various reasons for these occurrences, including the early development and distribution of firearms, inherited immunities to disease, and the availability of resources like steel. The book also explores in depth the various events of the Spanish invasion of South America.

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