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The Crusades and the Holy Land By Georges Tate

The Crusades and the Holy Land
by George Tate

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In 1095 Pope Urban II summoned the Christian world to war to secure access to the Holy Land. The Christian army captured Jerusalem, establishing a kingdom that was to last for 200 years. This book aims to bring the confrontation to life, presenting both the European and Arab points of view.
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The Crusades and the Holy Land by George Tate

Exploring both Arab and European points of view, this is a fascinating account of the crusades, the bloody confrontation between two very different worlds.

Essential reading for our times.

In 1095 Pope Urban II summoned the Christian world to a religious war to secure safe access to the Holy Land. Against all the odds, the Christian army fought its way across Asia Minor and captured Jerusalem, establishing a kingdom that was to last for two hundred years.

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GOR001206361
The Crusades and the Holy Land by George Tate
George Tate
New Horizons
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Thames & Hudson Ltd
1996-05-07
192
050030064X
9780500300640
N/A
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