If 17th century Asia invaded Europe, what will modern history be like?
From most well recorded then Asia vs Europe war(from then Europe's commander) Then Chinese cannon fire 1km 1 round per 30 sec weight 3kg, Europe cannon fire 300 meter 1 round per 10 minutes, over 10kg. Chinese cannon and rifle already use shells. Europe musket, can't penetrate Chinese armor, Modern historian confirm it, Spain, Portuguese and Dutch lost every military engagement to Asia during 17th century, by late 17th century, China almost invade Europe, when Portuguese navy raided a Chinese refugee camp for European black slaves, but call it off, when Portuguese gave into Chineses demand
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