In appoint this work naming Christopher Columbus as the hero of humanity, I do not mean to beatify or canonize him. He did not use fair methods at all, nor was he honest at all, nor did he act at all with a clear and crystalline conscience.
This work is a compilation of the Diary of Christopher Columbus, the navigator, so I will not go on these pages to dwell on the heroism of Columbus, only the personal Diary of Columbus in the days before and after the discovery of America.
Man's life is like this, we go on living, then the judgment of others will tell whether we were heroes or villains. For certain people and at a certain time some are heroes and these same characters can be seen as villains. I do not hide that I see Columbus as a hero, but in presenting Columbus's diary I give readers the opportunity to examine for yourselves Columbus's narratives about his days that made him famous worldwide and placed him on the list of fame in human history.
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