History of War

TIMELINE OF… ELIZABETHAN WARS

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“ STORMY WEATHER IN THE NORTH AND IRISH SEAS DESTROYED MORE OF THE ‘INVINCIBLE ARMADA’ THAN THE ENGLISH FLEET”

October 1562 - June 1563

SIEGE OF LE HAVRE

5,000 English soldiers occupy the French port in the hope that Protestant Huguenots will return

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