God's Warriors: Crusaders, Saracens and the battle for Jerusalem

Helen J. Nicholson, David Nicolle - God's Warriors: Crusaders, Saracens and the battle for Jerusalem
Osprey Publishing | 2005 | ISBN: 1841769436 | 225 pages | File type: PDF | 77.9 mb
This book tells the story of the momentous campaign that led to the Muslim capture of Jerusalem in 1187, following the disastrous Crusader defeat at Hattin, where Saladin¡¯s troops destroyed the Christian army. These events resulted in the collapse of the kingdom of Jerusalem and sparked off the Third Crusade under Richard I. The authors take a close look at the two most intriguing warrior types involved in the conflict: the Knight Templar and the Saracen Faris. Their motivation, training and combat experiences are examined, as the authors explore what it was really like to fight in the Crusades.



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