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With this, Don John’s dream of a nation in Greece evaporated. notwithstanding now actually bitterly disenchanted, yet one more risk for a nation for Don John seemed. This time, involved that the growth of Turkish strength westward within the Mediterranean may finally hook up with the big inhabitants of disgruntled Moriscos dwelling in Spain, Philip ordered John to set approximately assembling a Spanish invasion strength to overcome Tunis. The meeting aspect for the Spanish strength used to be now not Messina, even though; it used to be to be towards North Africa, on Sicily’s southern shore, 90 miles around the sea from the objective. John’s orders have been to spoil Tunis thoroughly. In Philip’s view, purely overall destruction of the town may deny the Turks a base from which to function. Don John got to work. a few notion his assemblage of vessels on Sicily’s southern shore was once brilliant, specifically provided that Spain already had ownership of Goletta, the port for Tunis; yet John amassed jointly 104 galleys, forty four huge ships, 12 barges, 23 frigates, and 12 feluccas, making a fleet in regards to the measurement of the large mixed fleet of the previous Holy League. as well as the mariners, there have been to be a few 20,000 infantry. It was once a big exhibit of strength. On 7 October 1573, John set out on his undertaking. It was once a particularly auspicious date for him: the second one anniversary of the conflict of Lepanto. at the night of October 8th, Don John’s strength landed at Goletta, and days later, Tunis capitulated. This was once the results of the cold “action” that Leonato asks approximately on the establishing of a lot Ado approximately not anything. Philip II knew what John had in brain. not just had John landed an unnecessarily strong strength in Tunis, he proceeded to disobey Philip’s order to raze the town to the floor. even though John had promised Philip that he might do as commanded, as a substitute he proceeded to bolster Tunis’s fortresses and bastions. within the play, there isn't any point out of any of this, however the frostiness among Don Pedro and Don John, from the outset of a lot Ado, demonstrates there’s a major challenge among those brothers; and Leonato’s comment approximately John “being reconciled to the Prince” is natural presumption. if truth be told, there has been an ongoing alternate of letters among Don John in Italy and “the Prince” (Philip II) in Spain (never truly in Messina). The correspondence unearths the intense confrontation among the siblings on process: John insisting Tunis be an everlasting army and naval barrier to Turkish growth; Philip replying that the destruction of Tunis might deny the Turks an important springboard at less price, and so forth. John sought unsuccessfully to cajole his half-brother to his perspective; they reached an deadlock. Pope Gregory shared John’s opinion everlasting barrier to Muslim enlargement in Tunis was once a good suggestion. Trusting to John’s confirmed prowess, he despatched a memorandum to the papal nuncio in Spain, which was once eventually dropped at Philip in January 1574. In it, the Pope prompt that the monarch re-examine the razing and abandonment of Tunis.