Dividing Christendom: Perceptions, Strategy, And Geopolitics In The First Crusade
West Point Press
Francis Ambrogio is a junior at the United States Military Academy and is an International History major with a minor in Grand Strategy. This paper was originally written for a course on the history of world religions. Francis is interested in Medieval history and the Crusades, especially in the First Crusade, in which one of the largest contingents was from Southern Italy, where his father’s family comes from. Additionally, he has a deep interest in the history of the Christian faith, particularly in the relationship between Eastern and Western Christianity.
Ambrogio, Francis. “Dividing Christendom: Perceptions, Strategy, And Geopolitics In The First Crusade.” Report: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review 4, Vol. 2 (2014): 59-69