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Crusades Disc 2 - DVD Learning Guide

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The Crusades is a four part series narrated by, and starring, Terry Jones (of Monty Python fame) that chronicles the history of this bloody and ill-fated undertaking by the Christian Church to recapture the Holy Land of Jerusalem. On disk 2, Jihad and Destruction continues the exploration of the Crusades. Legendary heroes on both sides of the conflict emerge -- Saladin for the Turks, and Richard the Lionheart for the Christians. The end of the Crusades buries the questions about their success, though, in a labyrinth of political scheming and jostling for wealth, power, and religious dogma. The satire and irony of the unfortunate attempt to reclaim Jerusalem under the direction of the Christian Church continues with breathtaking images of art and on-location filming.

Genre: Documentary
Category: History: World
Age Levels: Grades 6-12
Rating: NR

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File Last Updated:
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This title was added to our catalog on January 08, 2011.