By David Nicolle
In April 1291, a Mamluk military laid siege to Acre, the final nice Crusader castle within the Holy Land. for 6 weeks, the siege dragged on until eventually the Mamluks took the outer wall, which have been breached in numerous areas. the army Orders drove again the Mamluks quickly, yet 3 days later the interior wall was once breached. King Henry escaped, however the bulk of the defenders and many of the electorate perished within the struggling with or have been bought into slavery. The surviving knights fell again to their castle, resisting for ten days, till the Mamluks broke via. This ebook depicts the dramatic cave in of this nice fort, whose death marked the top of the Crusades within the Holy Land.
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