Why did Europeans fight in the crusades?
Europeans fought in Crusades because they believed the Muslims were taking over the Holy Land. In addition, the leaders were also preventing the Muslims from controlling too much territory.
To take the Holy Land back from the Muslims
They were Christians so they wanted to get the Holy Land (Jerusalem in Palestine) back from the Muslim people.
the people who benefited from the crusades were europeans
the crusades helpef the europeans
the crusades changed alot of things for europeans
only the first crusade was successful and out of nine crusades
They launched the crusades to retrieve power over the holy land.
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cause they stole money
europeans mapmaking skills impoved.
people wanted to fight in the crusades for many different reasons, such as: EVERYBODY WAS EAGER TO FIGHT IN THE CRUSADES BECAUSE THEY GET GRANTED INTO HEAVEN IF THEY DIE IN THE CRUSADES Knights fought in the crusades because of their love for war also for their lady.Fighting in this war meant honour and pride as well as the reasons above.
the crusades were too week to fight
Because the Crusades were targeted against Musilms!
The main area that the Crusades were fought was in the city of Jerusalem.
No, it did not take part in the Crusades.
Dozens of thousands of Europeans, hundreds of thousands of Arabs.
Because it guaranteed them an entry to heaven.
The crusades was a series is military expeditions tarried carried out by Christian Europeans in Middle Ages to regain control of?
The first crusades were to gain control of Jerusalem from the Muslims. The second crusade was to regain control of Edessa, and was lost by Christian Europeans.
fight for your land
The push for the crusades came when the Byzantine emperor Alexius I asked the Europeans for help against the Selijuk Turks, who were muslims.
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One major positive result from the Crusades was from the new territories that were conquered. The new territory brought in more income.
Christians and Muslims
Baptizing and burning.
The surfs fought in the Crusades because they wanted the same rights as the nobles.
That is not true actually... both side lost lives, and it was sort of an equal fight... I would, though, agree to you that the Muslims had a little more advanced weaponry, but the Christians dominated for their tactics, belief and fate.
actually no they didnt. they failed their intended goals.
It helped show what was life like outside of the manors.
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The Crusades led to several major outcomes, which include but are not limited to: 1) Civilizational Hatred & Conflict: The Crusades and the Arab Jihads before them led to the crystallization of hatred between Christendom and the Islamic World, including a general disrespect between European civilization and Arab Civilization, which has a number of military consequences today from the Iraq War, to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, to the Migration from the Arab World to European Union… Read More
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french people German people Europeans children`s and empires many people were tricked in crusades and were sold as slaves or kidnapped
crusades increased contact with other people, increased traveling by Europeans, and brought people from all over that shared their ideas.
The holy land was in the middle east, Jerusalem. The main war that happened there was the Crusades. This was fought between the Christian Europeans and the Arabic people because Jerusalem is a very holy place in both Islam and Christianity.
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.
The Pope asked them to fight and many Christians answered his call.
Well, lets not be as specific as "Catholic", but yes, the Christians and the Muslims fought in the Crusades.
Its actually the Europeans since they affected them.
The Crusades introduced many eastern goods to Europe that were frequently found in the Middle East. This increased Europeans' desire for the spices and fabrics of the East.
the crusades revived interest IN TRADE WITH THE EAST or prient, as the europeans called asia. The crusades were also important cuz indirectly they gave rise to a new social classin europe!8p <3 :p :)
Because your parents hate you.
fight for land
An example of exploration to the east would be the Crusades. The Crusades happened for multiple reasons one was to flush out heretics and Muslims and the other was to get the riches that the East held in store.
Europeans found new products during the Crusades -- APEX
the crusades had a major impact on Europeans. goods began to flow more steadily between Europe and the muslin lands. this trade benefited European kings. who taxed the goods that crossed their border. kings also took over land from nobles who left to fight in the crusades. as a result. feudalism gradually withered. and Europe's kingdoms through stronger and larger. many of them later became modern Europe's nation-states.
(* the religious wars called the Crusades are capitalized, but not the similar usage) "The Crusades took place at a time when Europeans were looking for a way to earn glory, both in this life and for the next." "As part of the temperance movement, Carrie Nation launched many regional crusades against the use of alcoholic beverages."
because their religion promised that if they died fighting crusades then they would get entry into heaven
The Crusades were successful in that the Holy Land was recaptured by the Europeans and retained truefalse?
True and false! The Crusades were pretty much a fail, but it did effect the way life and politics happened in Europe in a good way.