The spanish armada

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On May 30, 1588, they left the Port of Lisbon confident and assured of victory. If they would succeed in victory and conquer the enemy, then they would be the sole world power. If they win they will be victors of the biggest battle the world has ever seen. The Spanish Armada, the biggest invading fleet Spain had ever launched, left Lisbon toward England and headed for the unknown. During the 16th century Spain and England were …

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…rose to international supremacy. The defeat of the Spanish Armada brought change to the world scene in which England became the dominate leader in world trade and colonization. Spain lost most of it's world control because of the loss of it's navy. With out the navy they couldn't control their colonies, thus lossing them to other world powers. England thrived and spread it's power all over the world, becoming an influential and dominate world power.