Which pope started the first call for soldiers to enter the Crusades?
Pope Urban II called for the first Crusade.
The United States most recently. The first of the ten crusades was started by order of the Pope.
The 2 Reasons why the crusades started: The first reason that the crusades started was that the Christians wanted to regain power over Jerusalem because the Turks wasn't allowing Christians to enter the city; and because Jerusalem was the Holy City to Christians, Muslims and Jews there was a lot of conflict between the three Religions. The second reason that the crusades started was that the Christians wanted people to change religions (EXAMPLE: Christians wanted… Read More
it started in France ended in the holy lands (israel)
Pope Urban II called for the First Crusade in 1095.
Bishop Adhemar led the first official crusade in 1096
the third one was the most significant crusade because the crusaders were sent to kill all of the Muslim soldiers.
The Crusades started in 1095, and ended in 1291. They actually started in 1096 and ended in 1270. no your both wrong they REALLY started in 1100 and ended in 1300.. Well the first two are sort of right.. start year from the first one (1095) is correct and the end year from the second (1270) is correct. The third person is just an idiot.
The Crusades were started because the the Muslims, Christians, and Jews all share the Holy Land of Israel, and the first crusade occured because the Christians were trying to recapture the holy land.
The first crusade started because the Christians wanted to regain the holy land of Jerusalem from the Muslims.
The crusades came first.
the Europeans asked for help against the Muslim's. Pope Urban 2 then responded and sent out the crusades.
Because people in the Middle Ages didn't know techniques for building stone castles until after soldiers came back from the Crusades.
cause Christian people started the war first for holy land that's why Muslims fight with them for their protect..
The Crusades were important because they decided which religion (Christianity or Islam) would control the Holy land (Israel). There were tons of Crusades where many European Christian soldiers would be sent to Israel to fight the Muslims or Turks. These Christian soldiers went to Israel under the leadership of the Pope. One of the most fought over cites was Jerusalem. This city was important because the Christian Messiah Jesus Christ was born there. The first… Read More
The first Crusade started in 1095 and the Ninth Crusade (the last major one) ended in 1272
the crusades were the result in the eastern world capturing jerulalem from Europe both people see Jerusalem as a holy land so when it was captured pope urban ii started the crusades to take Jerusalem back from Islams.
The first four crusades were the most important. After that they mainly lost purpose.
the crusades were too week to fight
Only in the first crusade.
people thought war was really great at first but then when soldiers started dying, people started to think again .
The first Canadian soldiers were sent to Afghanistan in October of 2001, and this was done in secret. The next group of Canadian soldiers were sent to Afghanistan in January and February of 2002.
because they wanted shoes that general Heth entered Gettysburg, and a conflict started when a sherrif spotted them and called the state militia. The Confederate soldiers meant no harm at first, except that the were originally just going into the town to raid a warehouse for shoes.
The Crusades were a series of campaigns undertaken by several European monarchs in conjunction with the Papacy with a view to invading and capturing Palestine which was at that time under the control of various Muslim overlords. The First Crusade started in 1096 and was successful in capturing Jerusalem and establishing kingdoms in what is now Israel, Lebanon and Syria under the rule of various European soldiers of fortune. These kingdoms lasted until about 1300… Read More
only the first crusade was successful and out of nine crusades
Yes, aside from "freeing the Holy City," there were several incentives. First of all, knights, who were more or less soldiers of fortune, got absolution of all of their sins for participating in the Crusades. In addition, marching crusaders all got to perform pogroms on Jews and plunder cities.
The first crusades began when the Seljuk Turks Conquered Constantinople.
The Muslims lost the first crusades, but won in the last eight.
the fighting started at Lexington and ended in Concord Massachusetts
Most of the crusades were named for either the number of the crusade or the area to which armies were marching. Some examples include the First through Ninth Crusades, the Northern Crusades and the Albigensian Crusade.
the first crusade was a success so later kings thought they could direct successful crusades too cause Muslims recaptured Jerusalem after first crusade but all other crusades failed
The plague is an older disease, but the first Great Plague occurred in the 14th century in Europe, long after the first crusades.
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well,first of all the crusades had to travel huge distances just to reach the war. Many died along the way. Second, crusades weren't prepared to fight in the Palestines desert climate. Third the Christians were outnumbered by their well-led and organized Muslim foes, and fourth Christian leaders fought among themselves and planed poorly. so there you have it the reasons for their failure the Crusades just as they had started so many years before, whit… Read More
The First Crusades was triggered by the movement of Muslim religions into the area of Jerusalem. The First Crusade was declared in 1905 by Pope Urban II.
The first crusades ended in 1099
There were 9 official crusades. The first crusade began in 1095 with The Siege of Antioch.
the first crusade
I believe they were the Jews.
The Crusades happened in the high and late middle ages. The pope declared the first crusade in the year 1095.
In Europe, and from France, England, and Germany. They went to Israel for the Crusades.
The first crusade was led by French Nobles.
To answer this question in the most simplest form you must look at the aim of the crusades; although there were many secondary aims for the crusades the main reason from the first four crusades to embark was to capture Jerusalm, which had been help by the Muslims since 638AD. So taking this into respect the first crusade must have been the most successful because it was the only one out of the first four… Read More
Russiaentered the first world war with the largest army in the world, standing at 1,400,000 soldiers; when fully mobilized the Russian army expanded to over 5,000,000 soldiers (though at the outset of war Russia could not arm all its soldiers, having a supply of 4.6 million rifles).
This question makes no sense. If you intend to ask, "Who controlled Jerusalem during the Crusades?" the answer would be Moslems for the majority of the time with a Christian interlude between the First and Second Crusades.
Ronald Reagan first entered politics in the 1950's. He started out as a Democrat, but switched to Republican after meeting his wife.
Gymnastics originally started in Ancient Greece as a training aid for soldiers and was first seen at the Ancient Olympics in 776 BC.
the first crusade was started by the Turkish Muslims invading the holy land. then the Byzantine empire called pope urban to help. he accepted the request and joined together a big army with more then a thousand people including knights, nobles and soldiers.