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1453: The Holy War for Constantinople and the Clash of Islam and the West

Led a shift in history and the end of the Byzantium Empire Roger Crowley's readable and comprehensive account of the battle between Mehmed II sultan of the Ottoman E. Although the book is technically well written it approaches being a Muslim apologetic Crowley all but ignores the impact of the of the Latin sack of the City in the 13th century and the devastating conseuences of the Great Schism while at the same time down playing the Holy War aspects of Mehmet conuest Finally the author s contempt for Greeks is palpable to his disgrace

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Now in trade paperback a gripping exploration of the fall of Constantinople and its connection to the world we live in today The fall of Constantinople in 1453 signa. While reading this book you are not on your seat holding a book you are living the events you are among the characters I do not know what name to give this style but it is amazingThe moment I started reading this book I was its prisoner I could not put it down for three consecutive hours I was reading until I fell asleep Considering it is a history book full of detailed events it is never boring I was eager to see if when I continued reading the next day if it will be also as exciting it was till the endYou will live the events of those days the Ottoman art of war compared to the Europeans the manufacturing জামশেদ মুস্তফির হাড় give this style but it is amazingThe moment I started reading this book I was its prisoner I could not put it down for three consecutive hours I was reading until I fell asleep Considering it is a history book full of detailed events it is never boring I was eager to see if when I continued reading the next day if it will be also as exciting it was till the endYou will live the events of those days the Ottoman art of war compared to the Europeans the manufacturing

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Mpire and Constantine XI the 57th emperor of Byzantium illuminates the period in history that was a precursor to the current jihad between the West and the Middle Ea. So often it s hard especially in the time period in uestion and when dealing with conflicts involving major world religions to find a book that is completely unbiased in it s reporting of the subject matter This book and this author are the exception to that rule That to begin with was what I enjoyed about this book Mr Crowley s position on the subject at hand is that of objective reporter of historical events There is no personal or religiousWestern bias of any kind Not that I know anything of his personal beliefs in this book or any sense that Mr Crowley belongs to a side in the subject matterAs for the su


5 thoughts on “1453: The Holy War for Constantinople and the Clash of Islam and the West

  1. says:

    While reading this book you are not on your seat holding a book you are living the events you are among the characters I do not know what name to give this style but it is amazingThe moment I started reading this book I was its prisoner I could not put it down for three consecutive hours I was reading until I fell asleep Considering it is a history book full of detailed events it is never boring I was eager to see if wh

  2. says:

    Although the book is technically well written it approaches being a Muslim apologetic Crowley all but ignores the impact of the of the Latin sack of the City in the 13th century and the devastating conseuences of the Great Schism while at the same time down playing the Holy War aspects of Mehmet conuest Finally the author's contem

  3. says:

    So often it's hard especially in the time period in uestion and when dealing with conflicts involving major world religions to find a book that is completely unbiased in it's reporting of the subject matter This book and this author are the exception to that rule That to begin with was what I enjoyed about this book Mr Crowley's position on the subject at hand is that of objective reporter of historical events There is no personal or relig

  4. says:

    This is a great book for those wanting to know about the final sacking of Constantinople This is not a full history of the Byzantine empire or of the 700 year feud between Christianity and Islam This book centers around the few years leading up to 1453 and closes just after the sacking of the city with it's fina

  5. says:

    A superbly written account of the fall of Christian Constantinople to the Muslims in AD 1453 Constantinople was chosen by the Roman E

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