It's just too wanked. I'll note the current population of Latin America is 660 million, although of course they might have had an early enough demographic transition to keep populations rather lower (although the whole "authoritarian literally-more-catholic-than-the-Pope" vibe doesn't seem to indicate a dedication to birth control and small families. )
That's a real issue. At this point it's all prospective, so we can see once we get closer to the moment things start to go down how well the idea of a single state on the whole continent
But of course the counterargument is that if you're talking about a multi-racial revolt of enslaved persons, landed peasantry and the urban poor, propelled by a weaponized reinterpretation of Catholicism, then that might be more, rather than less, likely to find a constituency in Brazil than it would elsewhere on the continent
That historians nonetheless still behave as if the last Saxon elector left us any ambiguity as to his intentions is, make no mistake, a mark of the profession's chicanery and love of obfuscation.
In short, the visitor explained that gift the lady sought was a detailed legal justification for the feudal estates of a realm to eject their monarch, and select a replacement, Precise details could not be provided
How are they related again? Could we get a family tree?The Palatinate was now led by Friedrich IV, a first cousin of Christian's of about the same age.
I’m very fond of Eleanora!Once again, Eleonora stepped into where she perceived there to be a space, and found no opposition
How are they related again? Could we get a family tree?
I’m very fond of Eleanora!