16th century spanish domination
The Spanish Empire historically known as the Hispanic By the 16th century, the Ottomans had become a threat to the states of Western Europe. They had defeated the eastern.
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Description:In the sixteenth century perhaps , Europeans entered American ports. A treaty with England was agreed upon in , following the accession of the more tractable Stuart King James I. The War of the Castilian Succession —79 provided the Catholic Monarchs with the opportunity not only to attack the main source of the Portuguese power, but also to take possession of this lucrative commerce. Favorable weather, smaller, more maneuverable English ships, and the fact that England had been warned by their spies in the Netherlands and were ready for the attack resulted in defeat for the outnumbered but more heavily armored Spanish fleet.