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Summary

Get to know the Knights Hospitaller. Lesser known than the Knights Templar, the Hospitaller were nevertheless heroic and among the bravest of all the knights orders that fought for their faith during the Crusades. And they still stand strong to this day, helping those in need.  

Many of us have grown up with tales of knights in shining armor who arrived just at the nick of time to save the day and of selfless warriors who would give their own lives in the service of others. For most of us, these are just tales from someone’s fanciful imagination. But the truth is, there was indeed an order of selfless knights who would ride to the rescue of the weak and routinely face down insurmountable odds. They were called the Knights Hospitaller.

Here, we will examine the world’s most prolific military order, which began its life out of a hospital in the Middle East at the time of the Crusades. The Hospitallers were brave and more than willing to extend their hospitality to those who needed it most. They were also quite mysterious. There is still much about the Hospitallers that remains unknown and surrounded in intrigue. This book takes a look at the long history of the Hospitallers and the mystique and mystery that surrounds them. 

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©2020 Conrad Bauer (P)2021 Conrad Bauer

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  • Chris Roche
  • 25-03-21

Fantastic read

Both the author and the narrator should be proud of their work. I only wish there was more.