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The Crusades

Albigensian Crusade
Aragonese Crusade
Northern Crusades
People's Crusade
First Crusade
Norwegian Crusade
Military history of the Crusader states
Second Crusade
Third Crusade
Fifth Crusade
Seventh Crusade
War of the Sicilian Vespers
Byzantine–Ottoman Wars
Ottoman–Hungarian Wars
Ottoman–Habsburg wars
Eighth Crusade
Ninth Crusade
Battle of Nicopolis
Ottoman wars in Europe
Hussite Wars
Crusade of Varna
Siege of Belgrade (1456)
Teutonic Knights
Knights Templar
Knights Hospitaller
Military order
Sicilian Vespers
War of Saint Sabas
Crusader states
Latin Empire
Shepherds' Crusade
Children's Crusade
Byzantine–Seljuq wars
Arab–Byzantine wars
Despenser's Crusade
Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor
Siege of Constantinople (1203)
Siege of Constantinople (1204)
Siege of Constantinople (1235)
Fall of Constantinople
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