History of War

FAMOUS BATTLE ANTIOCH 1097-98

“IN SHORT, THE CITY WAS CONSIDERED IMPREGNABLE AND IT HAD ONLY FALLEN TO MUSLIM TURKS IN 1085 THROUGH TREACHERY”

The First Crusade was the bloody beginning of a theologically based military movement that changed the course of history and whose effects we still live with today. When European Christian warriors launched campaigns to wrest control of Jerusalem and the Holy Land from Muslim control, they had no idea they were sowing divisions that would poison East-West

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