English, French, and German Crusaders Arrive at Jaffa

English, French, and German Crusaders Arrive at Jaffa

Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem in 1135
Source: Wikipedia

Around 200 ships bearing English, French, and German Crusaders arrive at Jaffa.

With these additional forces, Baldwin I is able to mount effective cavalry charges against the Muslims who have been besieging the city and once again drives the Egyptians back as far as Ascalon.

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