crusades

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  • introducing...THE CRUSADES
  • how dare you Christians! we shall invade your land you shalln't access it anymore!
  • and this summarizes the causes and effects of the first and second crusade war
  • must you make such a fuss over controlling the holy site , you turkish muslim?
  • Then I guess we must capture Jerusalem, and then we will divide into four! Let the crusades continue!
  • Well... Muslim leader Saladin captured Jerusalem (1/4 states Christians formed) after that, Richard led the third crusade and formed a treaty.
  • You may keep Jerusalem ONLY if you allow the Christian pilgrims to travel through freely.
  • In conclusion, the treaty failed. 
  • The Crusaders declared war on Constantinople that soon resulted in the mass destruction and led to the falling of the Byzantine empire.
  • The Crusaders declared war on Constantinople that soon resulted in the mass destruction and led to the falling of the Byzantine empire.
  • After this, the remaining crusades weren't fought so much against Muslims but more against any enemies of the Christians. The Crusades end in 1291 with the last Crusader city falling to the Muslims. 
  • The crusades to Muslims are seen as a threat of the past and the present. Political compromise and trade, love and scientific exchanges were all elements part of Islamic visions. The Crusades were seen as immoral and still are considered immoral.
  • The Crusades resulted inextension of Christianity , increased wealth, and increased power of the Pope. Trade and Transportation along with traveling played huge roles during the war AND after the war. The legacy lived on for both the Western Europeans and the Middle Easterns.
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