Nicopolis 1396: The Last Crusade (Campaign)
Nicopolis 1396: The Last Crusade (Campaign)
by David Nicolle, David Nicolle PhD

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By the second half of the 14th century, the once mighty Byzantine Empire had been reduced to little more than the city of Constantinople. In 1391, the Ottoman ruler Sultan Bayazid I 'The Lightning' besieged the city. Pope Boniface IX preached a crusade and a French-led army of 10,000 marched east. At Nicopolis they met the Ottoman army in battle. Ignoring the advice of their Hungarian and Transylvanian allies, the Crusaders charged the Turks and were in turn smashed by the Ottoman heavy cavalry. The last Crusade ended on the banks of the Danube as the Crusaders desperately sought to escape from the pursuing Turks.

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David Nicolle
David Nicolle PhD

Christa Hook (Illustrator)

Recording label: Osprey Publishing
Osprey Publishing

Manufacturer: Osprey Publishing
EAN: 9781855329188
Binding: Paperback
ISBN: 1855329182
Number of items: 1
Number of pages: 96
Publication date: 1999-10-15
Release date: 1999-10-15
Language: English (Published)
Language: English (Original Language)
Language: English (Unknown)

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