The treaty allowed so much uncertainty of correct land distributions that the nations were focused more and more on wealth and expansion they didn't seem to realize who had more land until it became a serious problem in the future.
The growth and expansion called for more and more work and demand for more explorations between to two nations to see what land they could acquire... Showed first 250 characters
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As seen in Hans Mayr's account of in the voyage of Admiral d'Almeida they conquering societies had no remorse for the occupants of the land that they acquired and without hesitation killed all who opposed the spread their nations. The Treaty which bound loyalty between the European nations also allotted for divide and conquers of the many lands in the name of god in their religion to excuse any of their actions as a right from god... Showed next 250 characters
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