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Image for The Story of The Crusades 1097-1291 HB/DJ

The Story of The Crusades 1097-1291 HB/DJ

By: Alfred Duggan

Price: $25.50

Publisher: Pantheon: 1964

Seller ID: 191231B

Condition: Very Good


Classic Hardback Book with Dust Jacket is in Good Plus to Very Good condition with a tight binding and mostly clean crisp pages. This is an ex-High School Library book wit the expected library markings, but still in overall nice condition. Inside text is in Very Good condition and is mostly crisp and clean. Outside cloth covers are nice. Dust Jacket is in Very Good Minus condition and is securely covered by a clear library cover. The front flap is price clipped. A nice book! Great Story that is Harder to Find! View more info

Image for The Crusades Iron Men and Saints 1930 HB/DJ

The Crusades Iron Men and Saints 1930 HB/DJ

By: Harold Lamb

Price: $42.50

Publisher: Garden City, NY, Garden City Publishing Company, Inc.: 1930

Seller ID: 170714H

Condition: Very Good


Appears to be a First Edition from 1930. Even has a small sticker from the legendary Woodward & Lothrop Washington, DC Department Store inside the back cover. Large Hardback Book of 368 pages is in Very Good condition with a tight binding and clean crisp pages. There is a former owner's name written neatly on the first blank end page. Outside cloth covers are nice with some minor soiling and wear. Dust Jacket is in Good condition with some soiling, edge chipping, and small missing pieces mostly from the top and bottom of the outside spine. Dust Jacket is now covered by a new clear mylar cove... View more info

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The Crusades The World Debate Hilaire Belloc

By: Hilaire Belloc

Price: $12.71

Publisher: T A N Books & Publishers: 1994

Seller ID: 6817

ISBN: 0895554674

Condition: New


The Crusades were essentially a conflict between Christendom and Islam. To be specific, they were a conflict between Christian civilization and Islam as adopted by "the Turk," those savage, destructive Mongol tribes from Asia. After the terrible Christian defeat at Manzikert in Turkey (1071 A.D., not only the ancient Christian civilization in the Holy Land, but Europe itself lay in mortal peril. Here the great Catholic historian Hilaire Belloc states that in this titanic struggle to which nearly a million men arose, "our fathers all but re-established the spiritual mastery of Eu... View more info