What Was The Significance Of The Spanish Armada In 1588 To The New World Colonies?


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The greatest significance of this war was that the English sailors became experts in the skills of Sea navigation and they became trained to handle large fleets of ships. There was also a lot of development in ship building and their Commandeering skills also improved significantly. All these skills were passed on to the later generations of the English and greatly helped in the wars fought later on. There was also things related to protestants as this war was fought on the basis of religion and when the Armadas were defeated, the protestants came to the conclusion that God had not troubled them for going against the Church of Rome.

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