The reasons for the war between England and Spain.

At the end of the 16th century, there was a war between England and Spain. Clashes between Catholics and Protestants continued in Europe. This was also the case in the Netherlands. With the rebels who rebelled there, Spain could not cope. Queen Elizabeth of England sent an army to the Netherlands in 1585 to help the Protestants. The main reason for the outbreak of war was the fear of England that France would fall under the control of the Habsburg Empire, which was dominant in Europe at that time. The hostilities continued for almost 20 years, including naval battles. After Elizabeth’s death in 1604, the Peace of London was declared. England and Spain remained in their own interests.

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