Kirpik, Güray
March 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2008, Vol. 12 Issue 35, p139
Academic Journal
"The Peace of God" is a organization that affected the arising of the crusading campaigns and it has religious and military aspects. Some scientists say it "The Peace of God Project". It's possible that seeing a lot of affects of "The Peace of God Organization" from one of the origins of the idea of crusades. For instance, there is holy alliance in 1687 after the 1683 and it's an appearance of the "Peace of God Organization". The long period which is from the First Crusades to the Ninth Crusades and from Sırpsındıgı to the Turkish Independence War in Anatolia can be analyze various implementations and initiatives of The Peace of God project.


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