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There were about sixty warships in either fleet, but in number and weight of guns, the advantage was with the English, and in gunnery and naval tactics there was no comparison at all.
The Spanish Commander, the Duke of Medina Sedonia, found himself in danger of total defeat and made a fateful decision to call off the invasion and return to Spain via the North of Scotland and Ireland...
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For three days the English fleet pursued the Spanish
into the North Sea then returned to England when they ran out of ammunition. The Spanish fleet fared disastrously rounding the coast of Scotland. Many Spanish ships were wrecked by storms off the coast of Scotland and Ireland and the surviving Spanish ships limped back to Spain totally defeated and demoralized...
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