&ntsp;&ntsp;&ntsp;She was called a Pirate Queen by the Spanish for daring to challenge their monopoly on The New World. She became a monarch to rival and eclipse the most powerful and influential in Europe, including her father. Her policies led to England’s status as a global naval power, established their New World colonies, and were the basis for generations of infamous men and women who would raise the black and fly under a pirate flag.
Sources Used In This Episode -- Ep 05
|Source Title||Author||AbeBooks Link|
|The Pirate Queen||Susan Ronald||Purchase Here|
|Elizabeth's Sea Dogs||Hugh Bicheno||Purchase Here|
|The Six Wives of Henry VIII||Weir, Alison||Purchase Here|
|The Children of Henry VIII||Weir, Alison||Purchase Here|
|Elizabeth: Apprenticeship||Starkey, David||Purchase Here|