Who was fighting the Crusades?
The Crusades were fought by the Christians and the Muslims.
The Crusades were a series of military battles that WERE people fighting people.
The Crusades were the battle and a battle does not fight, soldiers in the battle fight. If your question was asking what the Crusaders were fighting for and who they were fighting against see the below link.
Most of the fighting of the Crusades is in Anatolia(Turkey) and the Kingdom of Jerusalem(Israel). Most of the people that came for the Crusades were from Europe.
The crusades were a holy war made by the christians and the Muslims who were fighting over Jerusalem
the crusaders were fighting muslims to capture the holy land of Jerusalem.
Muslims vs christians
They were fighting over land and wealth.
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because their religion promised that if they died fighting crusades then they would get entry into heaven
The men were fighting for the freedom of the Holy Land to Europe and in Iraq we are fighting for the freedom of the Iraqis
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one is fighting over the Holey land and fighting over different views in religion
Considering that Jews were killed in numerous cities across Europe and the Middle East on account of the Crusades, they were not terribly fond of the fighting.
The Holy Lands are important to both the Christians and Muslims. The crusades began when the Muslims began denying Christians access to the sacred sites.
Jerusalem and The Holy Land
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The crusades is not a person it is a holy war between two or more religious. But they were fighting for Jerusalem for different reasons. It was between Muslims and christians.
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1. What were the Crusades? They were a series of military campaigns. 2. Why were the Crusades fought? They were fighting for Jerusalem. 3. Who were the participants in the Crusades? The Christians and the Muslims. 4. Where did the majority of battles take place? Jerusalem. 5. When did the Crusades take place? 1095 AD - 1291 AD. 6. What was the outcome of the Crusades. Christians lost the military part of it. Europe's Renaissance… Read More
I think yes. The reason why they named them Crusades is because the Crusaders cut out red crosses and sewed them on their clothes as a sign that they were fighting for Christ. The french for cross is 'croix' and soon the crusaders talked of going on the 'croisades'.
The Crusades affected EUROPEAN TOWNS/CITIES because fuedalism was broken from the crusades making the king losing his hiarcy and everyone was fighting over who should take over the throne and be the king.
To the extent that the Christian forces finally departed from the Holy Land after almost 200 years of intermittent fighting, it could said that the Muslims won the Crusades.
that all there sins would be forgotten and they would go to heaven.
the four armies were fighting in the first crusades
I'm not sure how long he was away but, durig his reign, he was only in England for 10 months. The rest he was fighting in the crusades
He enjoyed fighting. It was commented upon by his mother and father even before he was King. The Crusades was a chance for glory and endless battles, everything Richard I wanted.
It was Catholics who did the crusades because they were ordered to and they actually spent some of their time fighting against other Christians who thought that the Catholic church was not Christian at the time.
The pope told them to and they thought they were fighting for God's holy city!
The Crusades did have some benefits... crusaders found riches and brought lots of building ideas. From a Crusader's point of view, they were very beneficial because they were fighting for their religion and they thought it was their divine purpose of life.
It took place in Europe as one of the Crusades went to Constantinople, modern-day Istanbul. It took place in Africa as another one of the Crusades went to Tunisia to try and establish a foothold there. The rest of the Crusades were fought in Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey) and the Middle-East. Make your own mind what continent Israel's on.
George Proctor has written: 'Fighting Their Way Or The History Of The Crusades' 'Timesearch' 'Stellar Fist'
To answer in one word : poor Many more died of disease during the Crusade of illness than fighting.
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How does Europe benefit culturally from the interactions with the Islamic world during the crusades?
Europeans learned from Islamic advances in math, science, and medicine. The Crusades also temporarily reduced the amount of fighting in Europe because everyone was busy in the Middle East.
The most important long term effect of the crusades is the increase of religious intolerance. For example, there has been a constant power struggle between the Jews, Catholics, and Muslims over the birth place of their religions; Jerusalem. Because of a lack of religious intolerance, that not only fueled but seemed to justify the fighting that went on during the crusades, after the crusades, and even in modern times.
How was a typical merchant's reason for fighting in the Crusades different from the reasons prisoners and serfs participated?
Merchants participated, motivated by the possibilities of increased trade.
While there is conflict in Israel now and there was conflict in Israel during the Crusades, it is not as if the current Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is an extension of the Crusades. It is being fought by very different people for very different reasons. There have also been long periods of relative peace in the region; no major war broke out in that area from 1500-1900. The Related Question below discusses the differences between the modern… Read More
The crusades were motivated by Cristian Europe's desire to claim the holy land. Also they believed that they were on a mission from god to get rid of anyone who was not Christian. That made the men fighting in them more willing and inspired. Them believing that they were on a holy mission gave motivation.
People died, so there were no soldiers to fight in the crusades, so the crusades fell apart. Also many soldiers returned home to find their family taken by the plague. It also broke the religious will of the soldiers. Many were fighting because they were trying to please the Pope and God. They thought God sent the plague, so He must not like the crusadce
Before feminist movements, men were considered the warriors and the providers. With this in consideration, women would not have been able to fight in the Crusades, whether they wanted to or not. However, men would have wanted to fight in the Crusades as they would have been considered Holy Warriors, fighting to reclaim lost Holy territory from what they considered to be heathen thieves - Muslim 'invaders.'
Well, they didn't really help with the deaths and all... but it did promote religion quite a bit. I mean, the Crusades were mostly the cause of the fight over which gets the Holy Land, the Muslims or the Christians... and the Crusaders thought it helped a lot because they were, you know, fighting for and serving their faith and religion.
King Richard I, spent most of his reign abroad fighting on crusades. He died 6th April 1199 (aged 41) Chalus, Duchy of Aquitaine.
a holy war is a war fighting for something religious. like the crusades was all about fightnig of the city of Jeruslem, between the muslims and the christians. hope this helped!
Prince John was the regent of England while King Richard was away fighting in the crusades. John later became king after Richard's death.
Wel 3 religions christains muslims and jews were fighting over jerusalem and they all waned it so.. it became a big ordeal, and crusades formed
Some joined for hopes of fame and fortune. Others for religious reasons. Several Popes pushed to have the Holy Lands free of the Arabs.
There are two types of crusades: the political crusades and the religious crusades. The crusades are used to win new converts and inform. Political crusades are usually used for power and fame.
Generally speaking the Crusades were Christian soldiers fighting Muslims over the occupation of the Holy land, where Jerusalem was the center of contention. The crusades lasted many years during the Middle Ages. One positive result from the wars were to open trade between the middle east and Europe.
1. Pope Urban II wanted to win the Holy Land back 2. Pope Urban II wants to unite the East and West soldiers under his control, and he thinks he can achieve this by being allies with the Eastern Orthodox Byzantines. 3. Knights wanted to employ and show off their good fighting skills. 4. Pope Urban II wants the knights to stop fighting with themselves (such as hundred's year war) , and instead fight for… Read More