By David Nicolle
The conflict among King Richard I 'The Lionheart' of britain and Saladin has develop into mythical. during the a long time, army fanatics were interested by the tactic of the resolute, seriously armed Anglo-Saxon military as opposed to their extra calmly armed competitors. Richard's lack of ability to recapture Jerusalem was once disappointing, however it proved to the crusaders that Saladin was once now not invincible. This e-book describes the fight of the Crusades (1095-1291) that has developed right into a mythic crusade for the Holy urban of Jerusalem, offering an in-depth examine the conflict, the personalities concerned and the strategies hired by means of every one army.
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