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The Third Crusade led to _______________. a. Christian control of Antioch c. a failed attempt by King Louis VII to recapture cities b. a truce between King Richard I and Saladin d. crusaders being
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The Third Crusade led to B. a truce between King Richard I and Saladin... based at Children's Crusade in which the poor attempted to recapture Jerusalem.
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User: The Third Crusade led to _______________. a. Christian control of Antioch c. a failed attempt by King Louis VII to recapture cities b. a truce between King Richard I and Saladin d. crusaders being sold into slavery

Weegy: The Third Crusade led to B. a truce between King Richard I and Saladin... based at Children's Crusade in which the poor attempted to recapture Jerusalem.
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User: failed attempt by King Louis VII and King Conrad III to recapture cities

Weegy: The Third Crusade led to B. a truce between King Richard I and Saladin... based at Children's Crusade in which the poor attempted to recapture Jerusalem.
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User: Europeans were in control of Constantinople at the end of a. the Second Crusade. c. the Fourth Crusade. b. the Third Crusade. d. none of the above

Weegy: Europeans were in control of Constantinole at the end of THE FOURTH CRUSADE.
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