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SPANISH ARMARDA. THIS IS MY PRESINTATION ON THE PEOPLE INVOLVED WITH THE SPANISH ARMARDA AND HOW THEY WON..
QUEEN ELIZABETH Elizabeth was the queen of England and Ireland. Philip the second asked Elizabeth to be his wife but she said no. Elizabeth had long red dark hair and dark brown eyes.
Philip 2 nd of Spain Philip was king of Spain. King Philip was jealous of queen Elizabeth. Philip was competitive to win every battle. Philip became king of Portugal in 1580.
How England won. Spanish armada Royal navy
The map. This is the route that the Spanish took.
Why Philip wanted to have revenge. Philip was catholic and wanted a catholic world but Elizabeth wasn’t. Philip asked Elizabeth to be his wife but she said no.
England won! Although England won they came home and people left them on board because Spain might be coming back but the real reason was they didn’t need to pay them.
Thank you for watching my presentation on the Spanish armada.
The Story of the Spanish Armada King Philip II of Spain and Queen Elizabeth of England had different religions. King Philip was a Catholic. Queen Elizabeth.
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Edward VI was the son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour. He was nine years old when he became King. He was a Protestant. Edward was very ill and he died.
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