The Crusades

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  • The Children's Crusade
  • The Reconquista
  • Queen Isabella & King Ferdinand
  • In 1212, thousands of children from Germany and France led a crusade called the Children's Crusade. Barely any of the kids made it to the Holy Land. Many children were sold or just disappeared.
  • The Inquisition
  • Christians led several wars to try to capture the Iberian Peninsula from the Muslims. After some time, the Christians captured Toledo, Spain and finally the Muslims gave up more land.
  • The Impact of the Crusades on Christians
  • They were the King and Queen of the Catholics. They wanted to make Spain a Catholic country. They did very harsh things to get what they wanted, like torture and threats.
  • The Impact of the Crusades on Muslims
  • The Inquisition was a way to get Jews and Muslims out of Spain, they only wanted Catholics. They used torture to achieve their goal. There were many people burned at the stake.
  • Many of the Christian's were killed in the Crusade's. Europe's economy had many changes, for example, there was banking, and raised taxes. Other cultures influenced them by showing them more materials and crafts, for example, muslin, a type of cloth.
  • Many Muslims died during the Crusades and lost a lot of land. Muslims did learn new things about the military. They also earned money from trade which helped to pay for other projects.
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