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In Conclusion, the reasons why the defeat of the Spanish Armada became or turned to become a turning point for England was because England became the strongest country in all of Europe. Making it build up a very strong Naval fleet, which was one of the main reasons why it turned to be strong. Also on those years the English Empire started the colonization of the New World in that time. Another mayor event that turned to be strong for England was that it was the strongest country in Exportation and Exploration means in that time, signing a peace treaty with France. And for Spain nothing turned out good for them since it's Armada was defeated and turned out to become a very week country in entire Europe.