My Religion Conflict Timeline

  • Nov 27, 1095

    1st Crusade launched

    1st Crusade launched
    During the crusade, knights and peasants from many nations of Western Europe travlled over land and by sea, first to Constantinople and then towards Jerusalem, as crusaders; the peasants greatly outnumbered the knights. Peasant and knights were split into separate armies; however, because the peasants were not as well-trained in combat as knights, their army failed to reach Jerusalem.
  • Jun 9, 1145

    The Second Crusade

    The 2nd crusade was announced by Pope Eugene III and was the first to be led by European kings like Louis VII of France. The crusade was a failure.
  • Oct 2, 1187

    Saladin retakes the city of Jerusalem

    The Muslim general captured the hoy city. Muslim immediately clambered up and removed the cross that the Crusaders had mounted on the cupola of the Dome of the Rock.
  • Aug 10, 1189

    The Third and Last Crusade

    The 3rd crusade was launched by the European kings in an attempt to recapture the Holy Lands, but they failed.
  • Apr 8, 1302

    Siege of Acre

    In 1302 the Muslims would launched an attack on the Crusader-controlled city of Acre. While there, the Muslims destroyed the towers and massacred the townspeople. This battle was very important as it marked the end of the Crusader movement. This is was the last piece that Holy Roman Empire controlled of the Holy land, as well as the last piece they lost.
  • May 29, 1453

    Turks Take Constantinople

    The Turks end their seige on Constantinople and claim it as theirs.
  • 9/11 Attack

    Terrorists hijack planes and crash them into the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan, killing thousands and forever scaring the city.
  • Operation Iraqi Freedom

    The U.S invades to overthrow the terrorist sponsoring led Saddam Hiussim