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The Capture of Recife also known as James Lancaster's 1595 Expedition or Lancaster's Pernambucan expedition was an English military expedition during the Anglo–Spanish War in which the primary objective was the capture of the town and port of Recife in the Captaincy of Pernambuco in the Portuguese colony of Brazil (then within the Iberian Union with Spain) in April 1595. An English expedition of ships led by James Lancaster sailed via the Atlantic capturing numerous prizes before he captured Recife. He held the place for nearly a month and then proceeded to defeat a number of Portuguese counterattacks before leaving. The booty captured was substantial, Lancaster chartered Dutch and French ships that were also present there thus making the expedition a military and financial success.

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  • The Capture of Recife also known as James Lancaster's 1595 Expedition or Lancaster's Pernambucan expedition was an English military expedition during the Anglo–Spanish War in which the primary objective was the capture of the town and port of Recife in the Captaincy of Pernambuco in the Portuguese colony of Brazil (then within the Iberian Union with Spain) in April 1595. An English expedition of ships led by James Lancaster sailed via the Atlantic capturing numerous prizes before he captured Recife. He held the place for nearly a month and then proceeded to defeat a number of Portuguese counterattacks before leaving. The booty captured was substantial, Lancaster chartered Dutch and French ships that were also present there thus making the expedition a military and financial success.
  • La presa di Recife nota anche come Spedizione di James Lancaster del 1595 o Spedizione di Lancaster a Pernambuco fu una spedizione militare inglese avvenuta nel corso della guerra anglo spagnola il cui obbiettivo primario era la presa della città e del porto di Recife a Pernambuco nella colonia portoghese del Brasile (all'epoca parte dell'Unione Iberica con la Spagna nell'aprile del 1595. Una spedizione di navi inglesi guidate da salparono nell'Atlantico per fare bottino prima di dirigersi su Recife. Fu in grado di mantenere la sua posizione per quasi un mese e quindi procedette con la sconfitta dei portoghesi nei loro numerosi contrattacchi prima di abbandonare il tutto. Il bottino catturato fu notevole, commerciò con navi francesi e olandesi presenti in loco rendendo così la spedizione
  • O Saque do Recife, episódio também conhecido como Expedição de James Lancaster em 1595 e Expedição Pernambucana de Lancaster, refere-se a uma expedição militar inglesa ocorrida em abril de 1595, durante a Guerra Anglo-Espanhola, cujo objetivo foi o saque do porto do Recife, nas adjacências de Olinda, em Pernambuco, Brasil Colônia, que à época fazia parte da União Ibérica. Liderada pelo almirante inglês James Lancaster, foi a única expedição de corso da Inglaterra que teve como objetivo principal o Brasil, e representou o mais rico butim da história da navegação de corso do período elisabetano.
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