Did the crusaders succeed in capturing Jerusalem?
The first time, but then Saladin the Great(Muslim General) defeatedthe crusaders and recaptured Jerusalem in 1187 A.D.
yes they did succeed
The crusaders defeated the Turks at the city of Jerusalem.
In the first crusade they fought over and through Jerusalem. After capturing it from the Muslims, the crusaders established some counties and other minor areas.
The crusaders of the First Crusade captured Jerusalem on July 15, 1099.
The Crusaders entered Jerusalem and killed everyone they met, going into houses and dragging out inhabitants to kill them. The Crusaders also set the Jews's synagogue on fire, killing everyone who was hiding inside. Jerusalem fell to the Crusaders in the end.
The crusaders were trying to reach Jerusalem.
The Crusaders wanted to control the city of Jerusalem.
A General named Saladin led the Muslim Army to retake Jerusalem and the Holy Land from the Crusaders.
They conquered Jerusalem in 1099 but started traveling in 1096
Crusaders are the people who joined the crusade in the hope to free the Holy Land (Jerusalem) from the Muslim Seljuk Turks. Crusaders are the people who joined the crusade in the hope to free the Holy Land (Jerusalem) from the Muslim Seljuk Turks.
They Captured Jerusalem.
in the summer of 1099
The Crusaders were from all part of Europe but the Crusades themselves were in the holy land, Jerusalem, in the Middle East.
It was taken by the crusaders.
to retake Jerusalem form the Muslims
It took more than 8 months for the Crusaders to reach Jerusalem.
They fought because the Muslims had control of Jerusalem, the most important city to the Holy Roman Empire. To get Jerusalem back under the control of it, the crusaders started the Crusades, or holy wars.
3hrs by plane
They were fighting over the holy land of Jerusalem
They wanted to get back there land, Jerusalem that was taken from them.
He captured Jerusalem in 1187 and prevented Richard the Lionhearted from capturing Jerusalem in 1191
The reason people in europe became crusaders is because they were going to habe a war and a trip to jerusalem
The Fatimids at the beginning, the Crusaders at the end.
their goal was to take back Jerusalem from the Muslims, but they never did.
Yes, on July 15, 1099.
The year 1099
They first took Jerusalem from the Muslims in 1099 during the first Crusade
The Seljuk Turks first conquered Jerusalem in 1073 and lost it to the Crusaders in 1099.
Jerusalem was captured by the Christian Crusaders in the First Crusade. It was captured by the Muslims in the Second Crusade.
they wonted to take over Jerusalem for the money and the riches but also so that they could take over Jerusalem before anyone else did.
The Crusaders, upon entering Jerusalem slaughtered just about everyone they came across. Crusaders have noted in their diaries from the period that the smell was nauseating and their horses were ankle-deep in blood wherever they went. They also killed local Christians because it was impossible to recognize what religion any particular civilian in the city was and argued that "God would sort out the saved from the damned".
they captured and invaded Jerusalem in 1076 and it lasted till 2099, when the crusaders took over.
about 2500 miles
the crusaders were fighting muslims to capture the holy land of Jerusalem.
Mainly to recapture Jerusalem from the Muslims
The crusaders won the first one but then Saladin called a Jihad onto the crusaders and captured Jerusalem. After that the christians tried to reclaim it but failed almost everytime and when they failed they tried again, and again.
Saladin reconquered Jerusalem from the Crusaders in 1187 C.E.. He lost it to the Mamluks in 1250 C.E.
Crusaders circled Jerusalem in their bare feet as an act of contrition and as a reminder of what once happened in Jericho.
This is because they didn't have enough crusaders.
very. the crusaders took over jerusalem, antioch and edessa.
The crusades were the European Christians response to Muslims holding Jerusalem.
because they could not remain united. (D)
Take Jerusalem! DUhhh Saladin - born 1137 - was a general who battled the crusaders and conquered Jerusalem. He is buried in a mausoleum in the Umayyad mosque in Damascus.
Because they all wanted Jerusalem and Jerusalem is the holy land so the Muslims and Christians wanted it. so they fighted for it and CHRISTINAS WON IT.
Generally speaking, Crusaders massacred Jews and any other Non-Christians they encountered on their holy war to retake Jerusalem.
Many cities were attackd by the crusaders. The most important two were: Jerusalem, captured by the crusaders of the First Crusade in 1099, with its entire population slaughtered, without concern whether they were Muslim or Christian. Constantinople, the capital of the Eastern Empire, which was sacked by the crusaders of the Fourth Crusade in 1204.
Christians Muslims and Jews all to claim the holy lands-Jerusalem.
In 1099 on July 15th, Jerusalem fell to the crusaders.
Edessa, Antioch, Tripoli and Jerusalem
Cause hes stupid