Francisco Pizarro

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In the 16th century the Spanish conquistadors tore into the New World of South America. Francisco Pizarro, an illiterate peasant solider who conquered Peru, was perhaps the most ruthless of these soldiers of fortune. In 15 years he and his followers killed thousands of indigenous Indians, wiped out the ruling Inca monarchy and enslaved an empire. These acts were committed in pursuit of power, gold and religious imperialism. Few men have changed the course of world history in such a violent, ruthless manner.
~ Introduction to the documentary "The Most Evil Men In History: Francisco Pizarro"

Francisco Pizarro (1471 - June 26th, 1541) was a Spanish conquistador who conquered the Incan Empire and murdered many civilians. He was one of the most brutal and infamous conquistadors of the time, like Hernán Cortés, a distant relative of his. After capturing the Inca emperor Atahualpa, he raided their gold and silver and beheaded the emperor.

Francisco was murdered by a Diego de Almagro the younger and a group of men, in revenge for double crossing Diego the older.