By David Nicolle
In 1095 the Byzantine Emperor Alexios I appealed to the Christian states of western Europe for aid opposed to the Turks who had swept around the Empire after the disastrous Byzantine defeat at Manzikert in 1071. This ebook is set the 1st campaign (1096-1099) that undefined, and observed a number of armies of 'armed pilgrims' march throughout Europe to the Holy Land. They have been unleashed on a divided and fragmented Islamic international and gained a chain of it appears mind-blowing victories, shooting the Holy urban of Jerusalem itself. The good fortune of the 1st campaign used to be by no means to be repeated, notwithstanding, and brought on centuries of sour battle, the repercussions of that are nonetheless felt today.
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The First Crusade 1096–99: Conquest of the Holy Land (Campaign, Volume 132) by David Nicolle