Saladin

Originally sent to Fatimid Egypt by his Zengid lord Nur ad-Din in 1163, Saladin climbed the ranks of the Fatimid government by virtue of his military successes against Crusader assaults on its territory and his personal closeness to the caliph al-Adid. When Saladin`s uncle Shirkuh died in 1169, al-Adid appointed Saladin vizier, a rare nomination ....
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Saladin

(c. 1138-1193) Kurdish conqueror of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. Saladin believed in jihad (holy war) - the Muslim equivalent of the crusades. He conquered Syria 1174-87, and recovered Jerusalem from the...
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Saladin

Salah-ad-Din Yusuf ibn-Ayyub noun sultan of Syria and Egypt; reconquered Jerusalem from the Christians in 1187 but was defeated by Richard Coeur de Lion in 1191 (1137-1193)
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Saladin

[ship] Saladin was a British barque that made voyages between Britain and the coast of Peru, carrying shipments of guano. The ship is best known for its demise in an act of mutiny, murder and piracy which began with the murder of its captain and officers and ended with the ship being stranded off the coast of Nova Scotia on May 21, 1844, fo...
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Saladin

Click images to enlargeKurdish conqueror of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. Saladin believed in jihad (holy war) – the Muslim equivalent of the crusades. He conquered Syria 1174–87, and recovered Jerusalem from the Christians in 1187, sparking the Third Crusade (1191–92). The Christian army, headed by Philip II o...
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Saladin

HMS Saladin was a British Admiralty S Class destroyer of 905 tons displacement launched about 1918. She was armed with three 4-inch guns; five smaller guns and four 21-inch torpedo tubes arranged in pairs. She was powered by three Yarrow oil boilers providing a top speed of 31 knots and carried a complement of 98.
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Saladin

Saladin (săl'udin) , Arabic Salah ad-Din, 1137?–1193, Muslim warrior and Ayyubid sultan of Egypt, the great opponent of the Crusaders, b. Mesopotamia, of Kurdish descent. He lived for 10 years in Damascus at the court of Nur ad-Din, where he distinguished himself by his interest in S...
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Saladin

Series of 6-wheel armoured cars [UK]
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Saladin

The Saladin was a six-wheeled British armoured car produced between the 1950s and 1972. The Saladin was manned by a crew of three protected by armour ranging from 8 to 32 mm thick and armed with a 76 mm gun, one 7.62 mm coaxial machine-gun and one 7.62 mm anti-aircraft machine-gun. The Saladin had a top speed of 72 kmh and a range of 400 km.
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