الموقف الإنكليزي من الثورة الهولندية 1568-1609

  • أ.د. عباس حسين الجابري
  • عماد جاسم حمود الغزي

Abstract

    The relationship between England and the Spanish Empire dates back to the years (1553-1554) when Emperor Charles V succeeded in marrying his son Philip II to the Queen of England Mary Tudor. This caused a political coup in favor of the Habsburgs in northwestern Europe , and working to besiege France , which was surrounded In England and the Low Countries and the Spanish Empire on the other hand , and with this new political situation, the Spanish Empire became the ruler in northwest Europe , and upon the death of Mary Tudor in 1558 and the arrival of Philip II to the throne of the Spanish Empire , he entered into a violent struggle with England to control it and defend Catholicism. And prevented the English intervention in the affairs of the low countries, as that conflict continued until the death of Spanish King Philip II. (revolution , the countries , Ships , Situation , help).

Published
2021-04-01
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