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on what date did the Spanish armada begin
In 1588
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why king Philip II angry at England
.sir Francis drake sunk 30 Spanish ship and the English were stealing of the.spanish ships Mary queen of scot a catholic excused by England and England were helping the Netherland to other throw Spain.
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how many boats did Phillips have
130
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how much sea did the space did the Spanish boats take up
12km
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Philip plan was to?
Gather a huge Armada of 130 ships in Spain, under the Duke of Medina Sidonia. Sail to the Netherlands to pick up the Spanish army, led by the Duke of Parma. Invade England.
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what stoped the Spanish from sailing to the Netherland to pick up soldiers.
However, the Armada was delayed by an English attack on Cadiz harbour in 1587 where Drake made off with gold treaures and destroyed over 100 Spanish ships.
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how many soldiers was Philip meant to pick up at the Spanish Netherlands.
30,000
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what were the Spanish tactics .
To use there plan of having ropers and raiders they would pull up next to the ships fire a cannon and climb aboard
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who was the duke of Medina
he was the commander of the Spanish armorer but he suffered from sea sickness
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how many cannons did the Spanish have
1,500 brass guns and 1,000 iron guns.
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how many sailors were on board
8,000
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how many solider were onboard before they reached the Netherlands
18,000
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how many Spanish boats were war ships
28 boats
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how many boats did the English have
200 boats
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how many English ships were royal fleet ship (war ships )
54
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how many soldiers were in England
20,000
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what was a disadvantage of of Spanish ships
they were heavy due to soldiers in the bottom
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why were only 60 Spanish ships fit to fight the English
because there was a storm near island
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what Is a fly ship
An old ship loaded with burning material.
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what did Elizabeth call the storm that destroyed the Spanish
Protestant Wind
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what happened in the battle
In 1588, Philip's Armada finally set sail. When the Armada anchored at Calais, the English used fireships to scatter the Spanish fleet and then attack it at the Battle of Gravelines in July 1588. The Armada was forced to abandon its invasion attempt
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what was wrong about Philip second fleet in 1588
Philip assembled another fleet in 1588, but it was hastily provisioned and badly equipped.
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what advantage in guns did England have with weapons
long rang cannons firing up to 150 meters away
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who commanded the English navy drake
lord Howard and sir Francis drake
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how does this picture show Elizabeth colonising parts of America
it show us she is strong in decent woman by her post and her hand on the slopes shows us she will conquer the wourld and the
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when was guy hawks planning to blow up parliament
5 November 1605
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were were they planning to blow up
parliament
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what were the plotters names
Guido Fawkes John Wright, Thomas Wintour, Thomas Percy, Guy Fawkes, Robert Keyes, Thomas Bates, Robert Wintour, Christopher Wright, John Grant, Ambrose Rookwood, Sir Everard Digby and Francis Tresham.
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who led the plot
it was led by Robert Catesby.
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what religion were the plotters
catholic
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how many plot were planned to kill the king
2
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what was the first plot to kill the king
the first plot was to buy a house next to parliament and dig under but the tunnel got filled with water
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how many barrels of gunpowder was guy Fawkes found with
36 barrels
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what was the plan to kill the king
to buy a cellar under the the king and blow up underneath the king and blow up the king
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who was the king during the year 1605?
James 6 of Scotland and James 1st of England
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what religion was the king
protestant
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who was the king mother
queen Mary of Scots
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how did they kill guy Fawkes
they dragged him through London hanged him till nearly dead he asked to talk the co plotters failed two guted and burned
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who did guy Fawkes say he was
John Johnson
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how many days did it take to give up his name
10 days
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how did James get the thrown
by being named Elizabeth successor
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how was James relation ship with parliament
bad so he sold English land for money
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history
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Spanish armarder
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Elizabeth
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bonfire plot
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civil war
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new model army
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who was Oliver Cromwell
the mp for Cambridge
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who was king during the age 1625 -1649
King Charles 1st
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who was King Charles 1st spouse
he married Henrietta Maria of France.
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how many legitlegitmetmet children did he have
5 children
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who was Charles 1st parents
second son of James VI of Scotland and Anne of Denmark.
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when was Charles 1st born
Charles I was born in what religion was on 19 November 1600,
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what religion was Charles 1st spouse
catholic
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how many years did Charles dissolve parliament for
9 years
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what does does the word Puritan mean
strict protestant who wanted to get rid of the church riches and wanted to live a simple life
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what religious did Charles fall out with
pertain
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how many mp did. Charles plan to arrest
5 mp
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how was Charles relationship with parliament
By 1642, the relationship between Parliament and Charles soured. Parliament
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what was the bishops war
The Bishops' Wars: military overview. The Bishops' Wars are two conflicts between England and Scotland in 1639 and 1640. They were caused by fierce Scottish reaction against King Charles the First's attempt to reform the Scottish church
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what was the king opinion of parliament
they would serve him
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what did the king believe
that he had Devine right
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when did the civil war start
The English Civil War started in 1642
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how did the civil war start
Charles I raised his royal standard in Nottingham. The split between Charles and Parliament was such that neither side was willing to back down over the principles that they held and war
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what were the 3 main battle of civil war
There were only three major battles in the English Civil War – Edge Hill (1642) Marston Moor (1644) and Naseby (1645).
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who did the cavalier fight for
the king
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who did the roundhead fight for
the people
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what is a round head
Roundheads, derisive name for the supporters of Parliament during the English civi they were usually farmers
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what is a caviller
the king lord and support
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who was prince Rupert
head of cavillers and cousin of the king
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what is the new modal armies
The New Model Army of England was formed in 1645 by the Parliamentarians in the English Civil War, and was disbanded in 1660 after the Restoration. ... Many of its common soldiers therefore held dissenting or radical views unique among English armies
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who was in charge of the new model army
Oliver Cromwell
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who won the civil war
parliamentarian
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why was the king decapitated
From 1642, Charles fought the armies of the English and Scottish parliaments in the English Civil War. After his defeat in 1645, he surrendered to a Scottish force that eventually handed him over to the English Parliament. ... Charles was tried, conv
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how did Oliver fix the trials
he kept mp out of the house of commons
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what was the overall discussion
to kill the king
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on what date did the king die.
30 January 1649
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