The battle for Christendom: the Council of Constance, 1415, and the struggle to unite against Islam
At the dawn of the 15th century, Islam invaded Europe from the East and it seemed that Christendom itself was under threat. Eminent historian Welsh delves into this important incident and shows that it is in fact one of the central moments in European history.
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