The Fourth Crusade to Constantinople.

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"We will never know, and science has truly something better to do than to discuss indefinitely an insoluble problem" -P. Mitrofanov This famous comment on the fourth crusade and the question of a "plot" was made well over a century ago, and very little new evidence has emerged since. So why return to this topic? Most modern historians are of the view that the diversion of the Fourth Crusade to Constantinople was not the result …

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