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Osprey Campaign Series Acre 1291 - Bloody Sunset of the Crusader States SC MINT
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Acre 1291 : Bloody sunset of the Crusader States, Paperback by Nicolle, David...
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NEW Acre 1291: Bloody sunset of the Crusader states (Campaign) by David Nicolle
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Acre 1291: Bloody sunset of the Crusader states (Campaign)

Graham Turner: Illustrator

Osprey Publishing

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  • Format: Illustrated
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  • Studio: Osprey Publishing
  • Theatrical Release Date: Dec 31, 1969
  • DVD Release Date: Aug 10, 2005
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  • ASIN: 1841768626
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  • Sales Rank: 1378672
Editorial Review from Product Description:
Osprey's study of the battle at Acre, one of the last campaigns of the Crusages (1095-1291). In April 1291, a Mamluk army laid siege to Acre, the last great Crusader fortress in the Holy Land. For six weeks, the siege dragged on until the Mamluks took the outer wall, which had been breached in several places. The Military Orders drove back the Mamluks temporarily, but three days later the inner wall was breached. King Henry escaped, but the bulk of the defenders and most of the citizens perished in the fighting or were sold into slavery. The surviving knights fell back to their fortress, resisting for ten days, until the Mamluks broke through. This book depicts the dramatic collapse of this great fortress, whose demise marked the end of the Crusades in the Holy Land.