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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

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Thomas

I have Riley-Smith's THE CRUSADES which is substantially longer than his WHAT WERE THE CRUSADES. Is it worth getting the latter, too, or is it covered in his larger volume?

In short, what's the difference?

Mark Brumley

WHAT WERE THE CRUSADES is shorter, more distilled, more recent. Punchier, in my opinion.

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