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1096

Year 1096 was a leap year starting on Tuesday of the Julian calendar. Spring – Peter the Hermit begins his preaching of the First Crusade, traveling from Berry across Champagne and down the Meuse valley to Cologne, he gathers the People's Crusade, which departs about April 20. Peter's speeches appeal not only to nobles and knights, but laborers and peasants. May – The People's Crusade under Peter the Hermit arrives at Sopron. King Coloman gives them permission to use the markets. Peter and his followers travel from Budapest southwards supported by knights, while lumbering wagons carries stores and a chest of money that he has collected for the journey. May – The Rhineland massacres: Members of the People's Crusade led by Count Emicho destroy most of the Jewish communities along the Rhine in a series of large pogroms in France and Germany. Thousands of Jews are driven to suicide, or forced to convert to Christianity. Estimates of the number of Jewish men and children murdered are 2,000 to 12,000.

May 8 – French members of the People's Crusade led by Walter Sans Avoir enter Hungary, without incidents they arrive at Semlin, cross the Sava into Byzantine territory at Belgrade. Meanwhile, Walter demands food but he is refused entry, the crusaders are forced to pillage the countryside. Walter is allowed to carry on to Niš, where he is provided with food. May 18 –26 – The Worms massacre: Members of the People's Crusade under Emicho besieges Worms in the Rhineland before killing at least 800 Jews, despite the intervention of Bishop Adalbert II, he tries to hide some of them in the bishop's palace, others chose to remain outside its walls. One of the victims is Minna of an influential Jew among the Christian nobility. May 27 – Members of the People's Crusade under Emicho massacre at least over 1,000 Jews in Mainz. Archbishop Ruthard tries to hide some of them in the cellars of Mainz Cathedral but the crusaders learn of this – and murder most of the Jews. Men and children of all ages are slaughtered indiscriminately.

May 30 – Members of the People's Crusade led by the priest Folkmar from Saxony persecute Jews in Prague, despite the opposition of the local Catholic hierarchy. Local citizens try to hide them in their own houses; the Jews manage to escape to safety in neighboring villages, but are slaughtered by hundreds. June – Members of the People's Crusade under Emicho sets out up the Main towards Hungary; some followers break off from Emicho's army at Mainz and travel to Metz – where many Jews are persecuted and murdered. They proceed down the Rhine, massacring the Jews at Neuss and Xanten. June – The People's Crusade under Emicho are refused to enter Hungary on orders of Coloman, who sends troops to defend the bridge at Wieselburg. Emicho crosses the Danube, he is defeated and routed by the Hungarian army. June – Siege of Semlin: The People's Crusade led by Peter the Hermit arrive at Semlin. Hearing rumors of an attack from the Hungarian count Guz of Semlin on the rearguard, he plunders its supplies and horses.

June 26 – The People's Crusade led by Peter the Hermit cross the Sava but are attacked by Pechenegs and Hungarian forces. The citizens of Belgrade flee and the crusaders burn the city. Peter travels for seven days, arrives at Niš. July – The People's Crusade led by Peter the Hermit is defeated by the Byzantine army in battle near Niš; the crusader supply train of some 2,000 wagons and Peter's treasury chest are captured by the Byzantines. About a quarter of the People's Crusade is lost. July 12 – The People's Crusade led by Peter the Hermit reach Sofia, where they meet envoys from Constantinople with orders to keep them supplied along the road. At Philippopolis the Greeks are so moved by the suffering of Peter and his followers that the locals give them money and horses. August 1 – The People's Crusade led by Peter the Hermit arrives at Constantinople, he is received by Emperor Alexios I. The crusaders commit endless thefts in the suburbs. Peter combines his forces with camps outside Constantinople.

August 2 –6 – The People's Crusade are reorganizing their forces and gathering supplies. Alexios I advises Peter the Hermit to wait for reinforcements; the People's army is transported across the Bosporus – by the Byzantine fleet to Civetot. August – Hugh, count of Vermandois, departs to join the First Crusade, he travels with a small army via the Alps to Rome. While sailing the Adriatic Sea from Bari to Dyrrachium his fleet is reduced by shipwreck. Hugh's own ship is stranded on the shore near Epirus. August – Godfrey of Bouillon, duke of Lower Lorraine, accompanied by his younger brother Baldwin, sets off to join the First Crusade at the head of an army of some 40,000 men, he pledges his allegiance to Emperor Henry IV. September – French forces led by Geoffrey Burel raid around Nicaea, plundering livestock and villages in the suburbs, they commit atrocities against local Christian peasants. Children are dismembered by the crusaders. September – Germa

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