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Aboard the Spanish Armada   Aboard the Spanish Armada An original painting depicting the harsh life aboard one of the ships of the Spanish Armada.  http://www.finelifeart.com/aboard-the-spanish-armada/

Aboard the Spanish Armada. An original painting depicting the harsh life aboard one of the ships of the Spanish Armada. Dimensions: width: height: 1200 hundredths-inches.

SPANISH ARMADA BATTLESHIP - Present Tense Verbs

SPANISH ARMADA BATTLESHIP - Present Tense Verbs

is an activity for students which is similar to the popular "Battleship" game. Tell students to hide their ships and then, working in pairs, they have to conjugate the verbs to see if they've got a hit or miss.

Philip II of Spain,1554 – 1598, Anthonis Mor.  (sender of the  Spanish Armada)

Portrait of Philip II on Saint Quentin's Day, 1560

King PhilipII of Spain - Filippo II di Spagna - Wikipedia

As one of the most powerful women in history, Queen Elizabeth I, is a female soul that commanded all. For her strength and virtue, she is forever a woman who's name will live on..."A clear and innocent conscience fears nothing" ~ Queen Elizabeth I

One of the most powerful women in history, Queen Elizabeth I, is a female soul that commanded all. For her strength and virtue, she is forever a woman who's name will live on."A clear and innocent conscience fears nothing" ~ Queen Elizabeth I

Sir Francis Drake - Dreaded enemy of the Spanish and hero of the English, Drake led the first English circumnavigation of the globe from 1577—1580. Often ransacking Spanish ships and outposts, he was largely responsible for the defeat of the Spanish Armada, bringing England to the forefront of power in the world.

Frances Drake sails against the Armada.

Speech by Elizabeth I - "I know I have the body but of a weak and feeble woman; but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England, too."

This document records the famous speech delivered by Queen Elizabeth I to her troops assembled at Tilbury Camp to defend the country against the Spanish Armada.

English gunners fire on the Spanish Armada, in the Channel, 1588.

English gunners fire on the Spanish Armada, in the English Channel,

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<b>Spanish</b> Armada (1588) Photograph

A Spanish fleet

Elizabeth I addressing the Troops at Tilbury before the arrival of the Spanish Armada 1588.

The Spanish Armada 8 – Elizabeth’s Tilbury Speech :The Elizabeth Files examines the truth about Queen Elizabeth I, and the Tudors

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