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  • E N G L I S H D A R I N G

  • PREPARED FOR

    A H I S T O R Y ( Z 1 0 4 ) P R E S E N T A T I O N

    2

  • THE TEAM 3

    Md. Rezwan

    Rashid Siam

    ZR-56

    Sara

    Anhar

    RH-57

    Shaadman

    Ahmed Siddiqui

    ZR-58

    Mahroos Murtaza

    Chowdhury

    ZR-59

    Rafi

    Ahmed

    ZR-60

    Muhtasim Sarowat

    Rayed

    ZR-61

    A.T.M Hasibul

    Islam

    ZR-62

    Md. Tamsid Iram

    Khan

    ZR-63

    Monisha

    Kaisar

    RH-64

    Md. Abrar

    Nakib

    ZR-115

  • OUTLI NE 4

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    6 7 8 9

  • INTRODUCTION

  • 6I NTRODUCTI ONW H A T E N G L I S H D A R I N G M E A N S

    Adventurous, Bold Nature

    Fueled Primarily by Commercial Greed

    Extends from 1497 to 1600

  • BACKGROUND

  • 8BACKGROUND

    3 SPAIN: AMERICAS (EXCEPT BRAZIL)PORTUGAL: AFRICA AND ASIA (EXCEPT PHILLIPPINES)

    4SEEN AS ILLEGAL TRESSPASS

    2 200 SETTLEMENTS BY 1574

    1 THE SMALL NATION SUFFERRED HEAVY LOSSES

  • THE CABOTS

  • JOHN CABOT 10(1450-1500)

    Venetian by Origin

    Commissioned by Henry VII

    Set Sail from Bristol on 1497

    Discovered Newfoundland, Mistook it for Asia

    Sought Northwestern Route to Asia

  • SEBASTIAN CABOT 11(1477-1557)

    Discovered entrance to Hudson

    Bay. Could not proceed due to ice

    John Cabots second son attempted to find northwestern

    route in 1509

    Upon returning to England, he advised English merchants to

    try a northeastern route instead.

  • W I L L O U G H B Y A N DC H A N C E L L O R

  • SIR HUGH WILLOUGHBY 13(1495-1554)

    Set off with 3 ships in 1553

    Sought northeastern route to China

    Stranded and separated in storm

    Discovered on Russian coast the next summer

    Died with crew of 70 due to bitter winter

  • RICHARD CHANCELLOR 14(1521-1556)

    Willoughbys Second in Command

    Reached Archangel after being separated from Willoughby

    Met with Ivan the Terrible and started

    trade link with Russia

    Lead to the formation of

    Muscovy Company, chartered by Queen

    Mary in 1555

  • F R O B I S H E R A N D D A V I S

  • MARTIN FROBISHER 16(1535-1594)

    Set Sail in 1576 with two ships and 35 men

    Sought northwestern route to China

    Found Baffin Land

    Company goes bankrupt in funding fruitless gold rush

    Traces of gold found in ores from Baffin Land

  • JOHN DAVIS 17(1550-1605)

    Three voyages in 1585-1587

    Explored the channels in strait

    between Greenland and

    Baffin land

    Channels were

    unnavigable due to ice

    Davis and Frobishers failures

    discouraged further exploratory

    expeditions

  • R I S E O F T H E B U C C A N E E R S

  • 19R I S E O F T H E B U C C A N E E R S

    A New Class of English Adventurers

    who sought Commercial

    Exploitation of Portuguese and

    Spanish Settlements

    Had no official allegiance but

    was tacitly approved by the

    English government

  • SIR JOHN HAWKINS 20(1532-1595)

    Interested in exploiting slave trade to Hispaniola

    First set sail to Guinea in 1562

    Captured 300 slaves in first voyage

    Attacked by Spanish Fleet in Final Voyage

    Captured total 3000 slaves in 3 voyages

    This attack was neither forgiven nor forgotten by England

  • SIR FRANCIS DRAKE 21(1540-1596)

    2nd incommand to John Hawkins

    During his voyages

    Sought revenge for attack by Spanish

    Fleet

    Plundered Spanish

    treasure ships throughout the globe

    Knighted by Elizabeth I

    for his services

  • D E F E A T O F T H E S P A N I S H A R M A D A

  • 2 3THE SPANI SH ARMADA

    Largest Naval Force of the Time Period

    Consisted of 130 Spanish Galleons

    Set out in 1588 to invade England

  • PHILLIP II OF SPAIN 24(1527-1598)

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    King of Spain, Portugal (from 1580 onwards), England and Ireland (1554-58)

    Through marriage with Mary I, Queen of Scots

    After Elizabeth I seized the throne, Phillip II initially sought peace. However, Elizabeth did not respond to his proposals.

  • ELIZABETH I OF ENGLAND 25(1533-1603)

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    Gave support to Buccaneers and rebel forces against Spain.

    This was the last straw for Phillip II, who decided to invade England in 1588.

  • 2 6THE ARMADA DEFEATED

    Suffered Heavy Losses Due to Storms While Crossing English Channel

    Defeated by Smaller, Faster English Ships

    Signified the rise of English Naval Dominance

  • E N G L I S H C O M M E R C E T A K E S O F F

  • 2 8T H E E N G L I S H E A S T I N D I A C O M P A N Y

  • TAKEAWAYS

  • 3 0TAKEAWAYS

    Modest Success in Exploratory Efforts Compared to Spain

    and Portugual

    Significant strides in

    expanding trade

    Contributed to the start of the golden age of

    piracy

    Ended Spanish Naval

    Dominance

    Chartered Companies set the stage for

    British Empire

  • THANK YOU!

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