Burning the ships

If you are a history buff, you will undoubtedly know the story of Cortés.

In the year 1519, Cortés arrived to the New World with over 600 men and, upon arrival, made history by burning and destroying his ships.

This sent a clear message to his men.

There isn’t any turning back.

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