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I hereby declare that I have written this work by myself, using only the sources listed in the bibliography section
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In the Middle Ages, kings and knights from Christian countries mounted military expeditions called Crusades to try to conquer theIn the Middle Ages, kings and knights from Christian countries mounted military expeditions called Crusades to try to conquer the
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