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Muslims in Spain threatened French territories for years. Duke Eudes banned Muslims from his territory in 721, but they returned in 725.
Eudes forced his daughter to be married to Othmar. Othmar died in 731 which ended peace between Eudes and Spain.
Charles positioned his army at a place where he expected the Muslim army to pass. They were armed with swords, spears, and a shield.
A rumor went through that the Frankish cavalry had taken from Bordeaux, and many returned to their camp.
The Muslims could not muster up enough to make another stab at Europe.
Frankish bakers fashioned bread in the shape of the crescent to celebrate victory and today is known as the French croissant.
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