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John Smith John was born in the common town of Willoughby where he grew up living a normal and comfortable life, but that life never suited him. He was an adventurous Englishman who established Virginia, explored unchartered land, made peace with Indians and chartered the Atlantic coast.
John Smith's Death
Queen Elizabeth I She Was Crowned Queen at age 25
Fancis Drake returned to England from his 3 year trip around the world. His famous ship The Golden Kind had defeated Spanish ships twice its size and weathered the Straights of Magellan and sailed completely around the world.
Charles V, father of Phillip II, ended the Christendom that had been in place in Europe for a thousand years when he was made Holy Roman Emperor by the Germans.
Philip II's Austrian wife passed away. He was a sickly and slight man of build, but the most powerful and richest monarch in Europe.
William, Prince of Orange heard of a planned massacre of Protestants ordered to be carried out by Philip II, whose father had made him a page at age twelve.
Philip had spent four years in Netherlands and now he was leaving, and he was never going back. After his departure, the Spanish troops began to destroy and torture. The wealthy and poor citizens got together and fought back.
Mary Stuart gave birth to her son-James Stuart. This was just after her husband, Lord Darnley, had joined the nobles that murdered her chief advisor. Her deep love for her husband had turned to hate.
Walter Raleigh was about to embark on a journey with 7 ships to Virginia where a group of colonists would be dropped off and search for gold. During this "mission," supplies didn't come when they were supposed to, and by the time they came it was to late.
William of Orange was assassinated. Philip II had offered a reward four years earlier. The people of the Netherlands were heartbroken, and the land went into despair over William's death.
Mary Stuart and her two secretaries decoded a message of a plan to assassinate the Queen. Mary wanted to respond immediately, and against the cautions of her secretaries, she sent a reply that ended in the hands of the head of the secret service for Queen Elizabeth.
Mary Stuart approached the scaffold wearing a gown she ha
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