# If you good with history please help me on all 3 I’m a little slow in history . free point and brainliest

If you good with history please help me on all 3 I’m a little slow in history . free point and brainliest

$If you good with history please help me on all 3 I’m a little slow in history .... free point and b$

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1. deanlmartin says:

4

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Fur trading was very common in France. France traveled to colonize for fur trading 🙂

2. granniejo says:

Option D

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The Crusaders was one of the most important and significant events of European history and the Middle East which was various religious wars fought during the middle ages between the Christians and Muslims. Both parties had considerable victories but the effect of the war was both negative and positive. For instance, Crusades proved to be beneficial in more than just winning wars, one of the earlier impacts that crusaders made was the direct interaction with the Middle East which create lasting trade links to the Levant.

Until the Crusades, the only access had by Europeans to Trade was through the Western merchants; Italian merchants traded across the Mediterranean. However, the pilgrimage of thousands of Europeans to the Holy Land created direct new routes for trade which leads to boost for merchants to meet the needs of traveling crusaders and new vendor venture into the trade because of the direct opened trade with the Middle East

The effect that Crusades had on trade was that it opened up new trading markets, new ideas to Europeans; Europeans began to sell their own spices by trading with middle East without middlemen, this strengthening its economy.

3. elliedeegan3910 says:

It would be rapid attacks to overwhelm their enemies.

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5. juliajaelyn9658 says:

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6. giulianna41 says:

huh?

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7. bbrooks9827 says:

#4

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8. huckfin58021219 says:

E

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9. abraralzaher says: