The Effects Of The Crusades

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The Crusades that spanned centuries and continents are a series of religious wars between European Christians and Muslims over the control of the Holy land. The consequence of the Crusades had long lasting effects, in both Europe and the Holy land, socially, politically, and economically, even though their main goal had not been accomplished, according to the History Channels website. In Europe the crusades led to the breakdown of the feudal society and with the end of feudalism brought about the conditions that lead to the Renaissance. Many feudal lords, Knights and nobles went off to fight in the crusades and many did not return. This caused a shift in power with Monarchs and Kings gaining control. The Crusades also brought back some Muslim
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