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The Crusades CRUSADE
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III Pope Urban II called to Europeans to recapture the holy land, Jerusalem, from the Seljuk Turks. CHILDREN'S CRUSADE Mostly the Franks answered the Pope's call and defeated the Seljuks and the Fatimids, Christians then started settlingthere. Phillips, Charles, and Alan Axelrod. "First Crusade." Encyclopedia of Wars, vol. 1. New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2005. Ancient and Medieval History Online. Facts On File, Inc. Web. 7, Apr. 2013. CRUSADE
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V Phillips, Charles, and Alan Axelrod. "Second Crusade." Encyclopedia of Wars, vol. 1. New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2005. Ancient and Medieval History Online. Facts On File, Inc. Web. 7, Apr. 2013. Crusaders decide to attack Damascus to get wealth rather than Edesa, they lost the battle. The Germans, French and
Damascus crusader were against the Muslim
army led by Zangi. Phillips, Charles, and Alan Axelrod. "Third Crusade." Encyclopedia of Wars, vol. 1. New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2005. Ancient and Medieval History Online. Facts On File, Inc. Web. 8, Apr. 2013. Work cited Phillips, Charles, and Alan Axelrod. "Children's Crusade." Encyclopedia of Wars, vol. 1. New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2005. Ancient and Medieval History Online. Facts On File, Inc. Web.
8, Apr. 2013. Phillips, Charles, and Alan Axelrod. "Fourth Crusade." Encyclopedia of Wars, vol. 1. New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2005. Ancient and Medieval History Online. Facts On File, Inc. Web. 8, Apr. 2013. Phillips, Charles, and Alan Axelrod. "Fifth Crusade." Encyclopedia of Wars, vol. 1. New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2005. Ancient and Medieval History Online. Facts On File, Inc. Web.
8, Apr. 2013. Phillips, Charles, and Alan Axelrod. "Sixth Crusade." Encyclopedia of Wars, vol. 1. New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2005. Ancient and Medieval History Online. Facts On File, Inc. Web.
8, Apr. 2013. Phillips, Charles, and Alan Axelrod. "Seventh Crusade." Encyclopedia of Wars, vol. 1. New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2005. Ancient and Medieval History Online. Facts On File, Inc. Web. 8, Apr. 2013. The Christian crusaders, The Lion Heart led by Richard faught against the Muslims. The Muslims and the Crusaders came to an agreement that they were allowed to visit their holy land, this agreement lasted for five years. CRUSADE
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VII 30,000 French and 20,000 German
Children faught against the Muslim
army to gain their holy land Jerusalem. The normal crusaders failed to gain their holy land, the childrens replaced them but miserably failed to, they were killed or enslaved. The Hungarian city of Zara was looted due to its lack of Europen Soldiers. Cantastinople and Byzantine are completly destroyed. The treaty of 1229 lasted for eight years, it included the exchange of prisoners The city of Diametta was captured and used for the war. Frederick II called the sixth crusade Frederick lost power of the holy Roman empire and was excommunicated. King Louis was captured by the Egyptians. Complete failure of the Crusade. By Kairm Mina, Irfan Makarim
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