CRUSADER SIEGE in the Nile Delta

Sterling, Douglas
August 2005
Military History;Aug2005, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p46
Focuses on the Fifth Crusade which was launched by Pope Innocent III in 1217. Background of the pope; Weakness of the crusaders; Overview of the crusade under the leadership of John of Brienne, King of Jerusalem; Goal of the crusade.


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