FC: The Crusades | By Tyler Bridges and Hannah White World History2nd period
1: The Crusades By Tyler Bridges and Hannah White World History 2nd
2: The Goal of The Crusades | The Crusades had economic, social, and political goals. Also they wanted defeat the Muslims so they could free the holy city of Jerusalem.
3: The Crusades were holy lords who wanted to rule the holy land. Examples: Such as where the king wanted taxes the peasants did not have, and the king how much power did he really have.
4: The First Crusade | It lasted from 1096-1099. The people who died that were crusades had a red cross to represent what they did. The first crusade was the most popular and most successful crusade. The aim of the First Crusade was to help Christians of the east and to help them return to Jerusalem.
5: The Second Crusade | The Second Crusade was organized to recapture the city. It was ruled by the Abbot Bernard of Clairvaux. They wanted to take Damascus in Syria. They failed because the Muslims Had regrouped.
6: It lasted from 1189-1192. The third crusades wanted to recapture Jerusalem which was led by three of Europe's most powerful monarchs. | The Third Crusade
7: One of the monarchs, Richard was left to lead the Crusaders to regain the Holy Land from Saladin. The two agreed on a truce in 1192. The city of Jerusalem is under control of the Muslims. Saladin promised the Christian pilgrims that they could see the holy places.
8: The Fourth Crusade | The fourth crusade lasted from 1202-1261. The starter of the fourth crusade was Pope. He wanted to again try and take Jerusalem away from the Ayyubids. After the fourth crusade, Constantinople had declined in strength. It failed as a easy target for the turks. It turned into a political adventure.
9: The Children's Crusade | It took place in 1212. Thousands of children set off to conquer Jerusalem. They were armed only with the belief of God and that he would lead them.
10: The Spanish Crusade | The Muslims controlled most of the country until the 1100's.The Spanish people developed the Reconquista because they wanted to drive the Muslims out of Spain.
11: The kingdom of Granada failed to the Christian army of Ferdinand and Isabella. They tried to unify their country under Christianity they used the Inquisition. This court was held by the church to suppose heresy.
12: The Effects of the Crusades | The Crusades were a forceful example of the power of the church during the medieval time. Many of the people decided to follow the Holy Land to leave their homes and travel to the faraway lands. The Crusades left the religious, and feudalism fervor, which led to the growth of trade, towns, and universities.
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