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The Defeat of the Spanish Armada Anno 1588 (Burt Franklin research and source works series, 447. Selected essays in history, economics and social science 284) TWO VOLUMES ebook

by John K. Langston


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Armada, Armada, 1588 - Sources, Great Britain - History, Naval Tudors, 1485-1603 Sources, Great Britain - History Elizabeth, 1558-1603 Sources, Spain - History Philip II, 1556-1598 Sources. Navy Records Society.

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How did the defeat of the Spanish Armada (1588) change England? The defeat and destruction of the Spanish Armada in 1588 is seen by many as the high point of Elizabeth I’s of England’s reign. If the Armada had been successful, it could have changed the course of English and world history. The defeat of the Armada had profound consequences for England. The first consequence of the English victory was that it secured its independence.

Spanish Armada, also called Armada or Invincible Armada, Spanish Armada Española or Armada Invencible, the great fleet sent by King Philip II of Spain in 1588 .

Spanish Armada, also called Armada or Invincible Armada, Spanish Armada Española or Armada Invencible, the great fleet sent by King Philip II of Spain in 1588 to invade England in conjunction with a Spanish army from Flanders. After nearly two years’ preparation and prolonged delays, the Armada sailed from Lisbon in May 1588 under the command of the duke of Medina-Sidonia, a replacement for Spain’s most distinguished admiral, the marquess de Santa Cruz, who had died in February. Medina-Sidonia was an experienced administrator who proved to be resolute and capable in action, but he had relatively little sea experience.

Spanish Armada is a topic which is all too often rushed and not given the . Identify & describe: What happened to the Spanish Armada in 1588? Explain: Why was the Spanish Armada defeated in 1588?

Spanish Armada is a topic which is all too often rushed and not given the attention that it deserves, yet it is every bit as important as the Battle of Britain or the Norman Conquest. If those brave Elizabethan seamen, backed up with cutting edge technology and skillful leadership based upon merit rather than NOability had not fought off the invading Spanish Armada, then our island history would have been very different. When you purchase this resource you will be able to download a two page Word document and a separate 24 slide PowerPoint. Identify & describe: What happened to the Spanish Armada in 1588? Explain: Why was the Spanish Armada defeated in 1588?

Elizabeth I ruled England for 44 busy years. Learn more about the Queen who refused to marry in this video.

Elizabeth I ruled England for 44 busy years. The Spanish Armada was an enormous 130-ship naval fleet dispatched by Spain in 1588 as part of a planned invasion of England. Following years of hostilities between Spain and England, King Philip II of Spain assembled the flotilla in the hope of removing Protestant Queen Elizabeth I from the throne and restoring the Roman Catholic faith in England.

The Spanish Armada set sail from Spain in July 1588, with the mission of overthrowing the Protestant Queen .

The Spanish Armada set sail from Spain in July 1588, with the mission of overthrowing the Protestant Queen Elizabeth I and restoring Catholic rule over England. Many years previously in the early 1530s, under instruction from Elizabeth’s father King Henry VIII, the Protestant Church of England had broken away from the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church. And whilst all this procrastination was going on on one side of the Atlantic, English ships captained by ‘pirates’ such as Drake, Frobisher and Hawkins were mercilessly plundering Spanish ships and territories in the Americas.

The Spanish Armada was a Spanish naval fleet (army of ships) most famous for being used by Spain's King Philip II against Britain in 1588. The ships were on their way to Flanders (across the English channel from England) to fetch an army to invade England. The Royal Navy of England during queen Elizabeth I's reign caught up with them on the way. The English defeated the Armada by using the wind to blow ships that were lit on fire into the anchored fleet.

The Spanish Armada (Spanish: Grande y Felicísima Armada, lit. 'Great and Most Fortunate Navy') was a Habsburg Spanish fleet of 130 ships that sailed from Corunna in late May 1588, under the command of the Duke of Medina Sidonia, with the p. 'Great and Most Fortunate Navy') was a Habsburg Spanish fleet of 130 ships that sailed from Corunna in late May 1588, under the command of the Duke of Medina Sidonia, with the purpose of escorting an army from Flanders to invade England

The Defeat of the Spanish Armada Anno 1588 (Burt Franklin research and source works series, 447. Selected essays in history, economics and social science 284) TWO VOLUMES ebook
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