How was the fourth crusade different from the rest?

The fourth crusade differs from many others in that the participants in the campaign never reached Palestine. Initially, they wanted to hire ships from Venice in order to cross to Egypt by sea. But the Venetians appointed a huge sum that the crusaders could not pay. At that time, Venice fought with Byzantium for primacy in trade with the countries of the East. It was to Byzantium, which was Christian, that the cunning Venetians sent the crusaders. The crusaders took Constantinople. There they robbed, killed, burned buildings. Many Christians were killed. The Crusaders did not go to Jerusalem and organized the Latin Empire there.

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