Respected by his Crusader opponents, Saladin had a more controversial image

Roberts, J. Howard
December 1999
Military History;Dec99, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p24
Describes Muslim leader Saladin of the Crusades. Family background; Details on his battles with the Crusaders.


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