How Did the Defeat of the Spanish Armada Affect European Setttlemnt of North America?

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The 'Spanish Armada' was suppose to be 'undefeatable'. If the English had not defeated them then they would of never been able to colonize the New World. The English would of never been able to sail freely over the sees to the New World. if that was the case maybe France would of colonized the Americas.
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