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The Return of the ArmadasThe Last Years of the Elizabethan War against Spain 1595-1603$
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R. B. Wernham

Print publication date: 1994

Print ISBN-13: 9780198204435

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198204435.001.0001

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The Year 1595

The Year 1595

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(p.21) II The Year 1595
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The Return of the Armadas
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R. B. Wernham

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198204435.003.0003

At the beginning of 1595, there was small hope of an early peace with Spain. There was also good hope that both France and the Dutch Republic would now be able to hold their own and fight their own battles. There was thus good hope that the danger of a Spanish domination over Western Europe, the danger of a Spanish control of the coast and ports from Gibraltar to Emden, was effectively past. Henry IV of France, it was true, was likely to be distracted away from his provinces neighbouring the Netherlands in order to assure Lyons against the Duke of Savoy and Spanish forces from Italy, possibly backed by a recalcitrant Duke of Epernon in Provence. Elizabeth I of England needed little encouragement in seeking to reduce drastically her military and financial involvement on the continent. England's war with Spain was beginning to take on a different character.

Keywords:   Spain, France, England, war, peace, Elizabeth I, Henry IV, Netherlands, Western Europe, Italy

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