The Crusades

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Date: July 1, 2009
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This taken from Pope Urban's speech about how people raised spears against each other instead let's join and battle against the real enemies, the Turks. This really doesn't mean anything at first glance, but the mention of raising spears against ourselves instead let's ban together and destroy the enemy...
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This would imply let's have the two empires form one and battle the Turks and then we can get the Holy Land back as well as have more land which equals more power. Another interesting point is from the crusaders themselves. They stated that if they had gone and conquered the Holy Land they would receive land and money this all ties in with power, since at the present time all they had was the Feudal system meaning they would govern their own system...
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