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Harrap Ltd. London 1988. In 1588 King Philip of Spain dispatched a massive fleet of 130 ships - the Spanish Armada - intended to crush the English Navy and reduce Queen Elizabeth I to submission. But this 'Enterprise of England' as the Spanish called it was doomed to stormy failure. Scattered around the West Coast of Ireland beneath the sea are a 4 Galleons, 8 auxiliary flag ships of war, 10 war ships, 11 hulks, 15 small craft, 2 galleasses, and a galley - all Spanish - all as a result of a attack that failed. England the defender lost no ships. Fine condition. Stiffened card covers. 218pp. 268 mm x 195 mm.