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This Day in History - July 15

July 15 1099 – Jerusalem falls to the Crusaders 1410 – Poles and Lithuanians defeat the Teutonic knights at Tannenberg, Prussia 1521 – Spanish explorer and 1st Governor of Puerto Rico, Juan Pon


This Day in History - July 14

July 14 1099 – During the First Crusade, Christian knights from Europe capture Jerusalem after seven weeks of siege and begin killing the city’s Muslim and Jewish population 1223 – In France, Loui


This Day in History - July 13

July 13 1024 – Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor, dies 1099 – The Crusaders launch their final assault on Jerusalem 1534 – Ottoman armies capture Tabriz in northwestern Persia 1558 – Led by


This Day in History - July 12

July 12 100 BC – Gaius Julius Caesar, Roman general and statesman, is born 1096 – Crusaders under Peter the Hermit reach Sofia in Hungary 1389 – King Richard II appoints Geoffrey Chaucer to the


This Day in History - July 11

July 11   472 – Roman Emperor, Anthemius, dies 1274 – Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland, is born 1302 – An army of French knights, led by the Count of Artois, is routed by Flemish pikemen


This Day in History - July 10

July 10 138 – Roman emperor, Hadrian, dies 649 – Emperor Taizong of Tang dies 1509 – Protestant religious leader and founder of Calvinism, John Calvin, is born 1520 – The Spanish explo


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