The Revenge under command of Sir Richard Grenville (c1542-91) engaging Spanish fleet off Flores. Cut off from English fleet, fought until overwhelmed 1591. Tennyson celebrated the bravery in his poem The Revenge: A Ballad of the Fleet. Colour-printed lithograph c1900. Stock Photo 1746-5152 : Superstock

The Revenge under command of Sir Richard Grenville (c1542-91) engaging Spanish fleet off Flores. Cut off from English fleet, fought until overwhelmed 1591. Tennyson celebrated the bravery in his poem The Revenge: A Ballad of the Fleet. Colour-printed lithograph c1900.

Stock Photo: 1746-5152 The Revenge under command of Sir Richard Grenville (c1542-91) engaging Spanish fleet off Flores. Cut off from English fleet, fought until overwhelmed 1591. Tennyson celebrated the bravery in his poem The Revenge: A Ballad of the Fleet. Colour-printed lithograph c1900.

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