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Philip II of Spain then planned to invade England. However, in April Sir Francis Drake sailed into Cadiz harbor and destroyed part of the fleet that was preparing to invade.
Drake boasted that he had 'singed the king of Spain's beard'. Even so the next year the invasion fleet was ready and it sailed in July The Spanish Armada consisted of ships and about 27, men. The majority of the Spanish men were soldiers about 19, of them. The other 8, were sailors.
ssllabel-admin.wecan-group.com/gloria-de-manual-gfb-500.php The Duke was a general and he had never been to sea before. At that time the Spanish king ruled a large part of Northeast Europe.
The plan was to send the Armada to Calais to meet a Spanish army grouped there. The armada would then transport them to England. Sir Francis Drake is supposed to have said 'We have time enough to finish the game and beat the Spaniards too'. When the Spanish arrived they sailed in a crescent formation.