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    The knights Templars

    A fascinating read and insight into the origins and final history of the order. The author used other reference books to concur and assist with theories put forward. Most enjoyable read.
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    Good starting point

    Hard to know if this is fact, fiction or plain fantasy. Still this book is worth a read if only to encorage more serious research on the subject. What the book does well is gives locations, dates and names for further research.
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    The knights templar

    Interesting read but not an original work as just summarize theories and supposation from others
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    Bad guys vs bad guys

    Christ's soldiers fighting Selahaddin with Hashashins' help,above secular rulers,accountable only to the pontiff,making money by lending like Shylock. Philip la belle torturing these guys,Clement playing the chicken. Where are the good guys? Whom we don't see in this farce? Blacks and Asians. They are the good guys (until I read about their atrocities).
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    Mr

    An interestng book that linked the two organisations of Templars and Freemasons in a way that I was not expecting. My original interest was the Templar movement.
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