Islamic Weapons, Warfare, and Armies: Muslim Military Operations Against the Crusaders
As the Christians invaded the Muslim territories during the Crusades to the Middle East, they were met by the Muslim armies. Using illuminated manuscripts and primary source materials, this book describes the weapons they used against the Christian armies, as well as the battlefield tactics and strategies employed by the Islamic armies to counter the invading crusaders.
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