Where Were the Crusades Fought?

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The crusades were fought in Middle East in a war that involved the Christians and the Muslims. The crusade war was partly fought in Europe and Germany emerged successful. The crusades brought about advance in medicine which the knights copied from the Arabs and Persians during the fight.
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The crusades were fought for a number of reasons. Pope Urban II first called people to start the crusades to take back the holy land from the Muslims. However, crusades that followed
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Fought in the middle east they were.
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Crusades, holy wars fought on the command of the Pope against enemies of the Roman
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The Holy Land, which is Jerusalem and the surrounding areas. Source(s) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crusades.
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