The english, the victory was atributed to Sir Walter Raleigh, the story goes that he was playing bowls and insisted on finishing the game before setting sail. The victory was attained by the use of fireships whiich broke up the close formation of the fleet allowing the English fleet to pick off most of the main force, the remainder sailed AROUND Britain to get home, during which, more ships were lost due to storms.
Amendment: It wasn't Raleigh who was purported to be playing bowls on Plymouth Hoe, it was Sir Francis Drake.
It was actually by Bryan Stevenson who was a Scotish Warrior that shot at the Spanish with cannons from the shore.
Elizabeth 1 was on the English throne
A Spanish word for a Fleet (of ships)
She was not.
To stop the Spanish invading England.
The Spanish Armada was a gigantic fleet of Spanish ships that was beat by England in 1588.
The Spanish Armanda
The british defeated the Spanish armada.
No. The English, with a lot of help from the weather, defeated the Spanish.
The Spanish Armada that sailed against England was defeated in 1588.
'Gentle man' or 'gentleman'? And which one, more specifically?
France was defeated.
The Spanish Armada was not defeated by one man, it was defeated by the weather and its inability to sail against the prevailing wind.
The Spanish Armada was defeated by England in August 1588.
The Spanish Armada was a large fleet of ships sent from Spain to battle the British fleet. It was destroyed in violent storms before the battle off the coast of the Hebrides.
The Spanish defeated the Aztecs and their empire.
Armanda Guidicci has written: 'Il grande sepik'
Armanda Costanza was born on November 27, 1960, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
The English sailors (England) defeated the Spanish ArmadaThat country was England
It was Elizabeth I's Royal British Navy that defeated the Spanish Armada in 1588!
Spanish conquistadors defeated the Aztec "tribe" in Mexico, in 1521.
The Spanish had guns
Elizabeth the II
In the Spanish/American war, the Spanish were defeated by the Americans at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba on the morning of 3rd. July