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British Naval Fleet Expansion
Britain had the greatest naval fleet in the world. Even when challenged by the best Spain had to offer, she was able to uphold her reputation. Now this was a lot to say since, "Spain in the sixteenth century was at the height of her power."(Marx 11) Philip II was on a conquering massacre and Britain was the next to fall victim. Now with Elizabeth I trying to hold her unstable, internally conflicting country together, Spain thought it would be simple. Well, that is what they thought.
Britain was having major problems within herself. Elizabeth I, being a female, did not have complete s…
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