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Crusades 1-3

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Luke Johnson

on 12 September 2013

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Crusades Timeline
Crusades 1-3
Crusades 4-7
The First Crusade
The First Crusade 1095–1099. Announced by Pope Urban II. The First Crusade othwerwise known as The People's Crusade. The main goal was freeing the Holy Lands. This crusade was led by Count Raymond IV of Toulouse and proclaimed by many wandering preachers, notably Peter the Hermit
The Second Crusade
The Second Crusade 1147–1149 Announced by Pope Eugene III. The Second of the Crusades was led by Holy Roman Emperor Conrad III and King Louis VII of France. The main goal was the same as the first goal, save the Holy Lands. It had 2 failures and 1 victory.
The Third Crusade
The Third Crusade 1187 -1192. The Third of the Crusades led by Richard the Lionheart of England, Philip II of France, and Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I. In this Crusade Richard I made a truce with Saladin
The Fourth Crusade
The Fourth Crusade 1202 -1204. The Fourth Crusade led by Fulk of Neuil French/Flemish in this Crusade they advanced on Constantinople.
The Children's Crusade
The Children's Crusade 1212. The Children's Crusade led by a French peasant boy, Stephen of Cloyes. This is one of the biggest failed crusades but one of the most helpful. In this Crusade, mostly orphaned children had a crusade of their own although most of them died or were sold into slavery this crusade was very helpful to the the Christian people increasing their moral to fight for what they believed in.
The Fifth Crusade
The Fifth Crusade began in 1217 and lasted until 1221, it was led by King Andrew II of Hungary, Duke Leopold VI of Austria, John of Brienne.
The Sixth Crusade
The Sixth Crusade began in 1228 and lasted until 1229, it was led by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II
The Seventh Crusade
The Eighth Crusade
The Ninth Crusade
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