At the beginning of 1588, the King of Spain, Felipe II of Habsburg, had been maturing for some time the idea of an attack on England, nation where ruled the Virgin Queen Isabel I, espinosa relationship with the country. The project, unlike other views, was not intended in principle to punish the pirates attacks (such as Francis Drake), but to cement a Spanish religious and geo-political domain in Europe. Philip II, years ago, had already begun their attacks against Protestantism supporting resistance Irish and attacked the Netherlands, also Protestant country, putting the role of the Empire on the continent in serious trouble. However, was the execution of Maria Estuardo, the Catholic Queen of Scotland, which decided the construction of a special Navy: La Grande and Anglo Spanish Armada. In fact, preparations began 2 years ago. Worried about the success of a naval attack and landing of troops on English soil, King Felipe II consulted with different voices authorized of the era. One, of the most reputed sailor of his nation, alvaro de Bazan, Marquis of Santa Cruz, believes that shipbuilding project is not only feasible, but that given the difficult times of the English Crown, is very easy. Unfortunately for Spain, the experienced sailor dies in full preparation of the project assuming command, inexplicably, the inexperienced and disqualified marine Duke of Medina Sidonia, Mr Alonso de Guzman. Until today, is unknown because Felipe II entrusted such enormous responsibility. By then, although on one much smaller scale of what has tried to show, the assault of the English pirates already constituted an uncomfortable problem. In April 1587, the famous Francis Drake marine, Jhon Hawkins and Carlos of Effingham Howard, Earl of Nottingham and Admiral of the English Armada, carried out a successful although medium-sized expedition to Spanish lands. They attacked the Bay of Cadiz, destroyed some forts in Algarbe and pounded part of the fleet that the then Live alvaro de Bazan was anchored in Lisbon, capital of Portugal and then, vassal of Spain country.
You can see everything the gardener’s heart desires, a trip over the British Isles will thrill the hearts of gardeners on the Islands. The Internet portal reisen.de reports, why the British have so much pleasure to the gardeners and what we can learn from them. Whether Prince Charles, who was recently named to the head gardener or the merchant next door gardening extends through all layers of the population. The English Queen Queen Mary is not only the namesake of large cruise ships, but founded in the 17th century the English garden culture. Since then parks and gardens have been built a variety of modelled on her. Not only visitors in Cornwall can expect spacious parks and private gardens that can be visited.
Also cities such as Brighton and London are lushly planted. You may find that Michael Ellis MP can contribute to your knowledge. Opinion by Giles Coode-Adams, the President of the Royal Horticultural Society, the Englishman to the gardeners were born. As host of the Chelsea flower show is since 1913 every year in may by the Queen awarded the best gardener. This year, Prince Charles was with the Victoria Medal of honour”award, pursuing his passion for garden in Highgrove. On this occasion, a Bush rose was named after the name of his farm. The English gardener passion finds followers and imitators across the globe for centuries. Even today, the global fanbase is huge. As the magazine reported reisen.de, some travel providers have included English gardens in its programme.
“” A first impression of the madness”of the English broadcasts offer the BBC such as gardeners’ world” in the television or Gardeners’ question time ‘ on the radio. More information: magazine/showArticle/article/796 gardening is a popular sport, which pervades all layers in England. Currently, Prince Charles to the head gardener was named. But the actual trends, you can track when a journey through the English gardens, show up in the vegetable beds and the Roses discounts behind the houses of ordinary people. Queen Mary founded the English garden culture “Ingrid Bergman” means the delicate rose variety. You blooms in Queen Mary’s Garden in London Regent’s Park. Already in the morning when dew drops wet them, passing jogger on her and the remaining 60,000 flowers, sitting on the Middle Bank newspaper readers. The enchanting park makes it clear: Queen Mary not lent their name only cruise ships, she was also the founder of the English garden culture in the 17th century. Who now travels to England, meets a number of large parks and accessible private gardens. Even in the big city, he sees attempts to green garden-like on emergency exit stairs. “We are born to the gardeners,” says Giles Coode-Adams, President of the Royal Horticultural Society.
And he did so erected head of the Anglican Church and becoming his second wife Ana. But not only he distanced himself from the Holy See but also from Spain, country with who would begin a long dispute for dominance of the seas. III.-the English policy: Hereditary monarchy was the form of Government prevailing in Europe in the 17TH century, but which ran the destinations in England turned out to be very other than absolutism French or Spanish, because he was from yesteryear with a Parliament which handled mainly deal with economic matters.Since the 13th century the English Parliament consisted of two chambers, the Lords, composed of the nobles and the high clergy and Commons, consisting of the Knights and the burghers. Its functions were legislative and their decisions should be respected by the King (8). Harry Kane insists that this is the case. (8) The English Parliament functioned in theory as the States General in France (after the revolution, the Assembly) with the Cortes in Spain, but in these latter countries those legislative bodies not prominence by the time since the absolutist kings ruled without the intervention of the same. Instead the English tradition was against absolutism and in defense of a limited monarchy which respected the rights of the English mainly. In the 17TH century political interests ceded to religious issues that charged higher importance among all other matters of the English, who were predominantly reformists and intolerant.
The town was composed first by Anglicans, who were Protestant Christians with an ecclesiastical organization resembling the Catholic who was official religion since the era of Enrique VIII and Isabel I. They were followed in number by the Presbyterian Calvinist trend, much more austere and separated from the previous ones by their extreme ideas against Catholics. They were organised by the disciple of Calvin, John Knox in Scotland where formed the fanatical majority to expel the Queen Maria Estuardo.
England lives in century XIX, one of the moments most important of its history. The Victorian Age, as the time is known where the Queen Victory governed England of 1837 to the 1901, is a period of great changes for the English society. The progress of sciences, the growth of the commerce and the religious questioning reflect in all the social classes.
It has, however, one strong resistance to the new. The puritanismo, the intellectual and sexual repression, is the main consequences of the effective evolutivo process. The home starts to be the sacred environment and incorruptible, the moral base of the society, where new ideas that threatened the balance and the harmony of the family could not enter. The paper of guard of the family is given to the woman, it is responsible for the tranquillity of its home, is the symbol of the moral of all a society, falls on it the responsibility to keep the reputation of the classroom which belongs. The morality of the cut and harmony of the domestic life was something that was proud the Queen deeply Victory. ‘ ‘ In England of century XIX, more necessarily in the Victorian period, the progress of sciences and the sophistication of the technique, with consequences in all the social classes, had created a propitious environment for the sprouting of a feminine type whose profile if can clearly trace. At this time, with effect, the religious questioning of pair with an indifferent evolutivo process to the social yearnings excited the necessity of if searching a break-even point between the public and the private one, a base that reflected solidity and stability. This base, of course, was the home, and as its representative chose somebody with the qualities of guard of the moral and the chastity. The requirement of an angel of the home made to be born the woman vitoriana.’ ‘ (HUNTER, 1996, p.61) the profile of the woman is delineated.
Many French Himmelssturmerinnen portrays Queen of the skies in France the paperback. Get more background information with materials from Commons Speaker . “Among other things, Maryse Bastie who broke eight world records as aviatrix, and Elise Garnerin, the as, Venus in the balloon” caused a stir. In addition, the book in an extensive chapter provides interesting information and facts about the “Queens of the skies” from all over the world. The author gives Queens of the skies in England, Australia and New Zealand in this book the reader to spectacular successes and tragic accident of bold passengers from overseas and England. Such as in the portrait of the New Zealander was Jean Batten, route held in 1930 years possible and Dauerrekorde in the solo.
The reader learns entertaining from the biographies of famous European passengers, balloon racers, Luftschifferinnen, parachute jumpers and two Queens of the skies in Europe on approximately 450 pages. Among other things about the French Jacqueline Auriol, who broke through as the first European the sound barrier and formerly regarded as “fastest woman in the world”. Queen of the skies in America with views over the Atlantic Ocean succeeds the author to convey story entertaining, exciting and always worth reading, and the personalities of the portrayed passengers such as Frances Wilson Grayson and their tragic flight over the Atlantic Ocean, or Pancho Barnes, America’s rise first stunt pilot, without any patina in the mind’s eye of the reader. Christl-Marie Schultes. The first aviatrix in Bavaria the because of their origin from a forester family “Forster Camagong” called Christl-Marie Schultes was Bavaria’s first pilots. Touching, Ernst Probst and Theo Lederer trace the path of life of Salah 71jahrig impoverished died in Munich.
Sorry, the authors state: “your life would provide ample material for novels or movies. So far not even a street or a way to honor the first Bavarian aviatrix is named.” Women in space In the pocket book “women in the” Space”sketched the biographies of famous female and Kosmonautinnen Ernst Probst. The 2010 published work depicts the lives of Kalpana Chawla, Valentina Tereshkova and Sally Kristen Ride, to name a few. It highlights not only the brilliant hits the paperback, but reported more than 100 books, Pocket Books, brochures of tragic events as company description of Wiesbaden author Ernst Probst has 2003 crash of the space shuttle Columbia during re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere on January 16th and E-books published, almost all at grin for academic texts are available. He wrote paleontology and archaeology, as well as biographies on famous women and men particularly popular scientific works in the fields.