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The Flag of the Knights Templars, also known as the Crusader Flag, is a red cross on a background divided by a black and a white band. The cross comes from Saint George's Cross, also called Cross of Saint George, a red cross on a white background, which from the from the Late Middle Ages became associated with Saint George, the military saint, often depicted as a crusader. The red cross was a symbol of martyrdom, and to die in combat was considered a great honour that assured a place in heaven.
The Design of the Knights Templars Flag comes from Beauceant Flag. The Beauceant was the Battle Flag of the Templars. The Beauceant Flag consisted of a vertical rectangle composed of two bands, one white and one black. At the top was the red cross. Black and white represent the duality of darkness and light: Christian Warriors were fair and favorable to the friends of Christ, but they were dark and terrible to his enemies.
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The Knights Templar was started in 1119 to protect Christian pilgrims in Jerusalem. The order became extremely wealthy. On 1307, the Pope and the French King banned the group and seized their assets. Many members were executed as enemies of the faith. By all accounts, the Templars were fierce fighters. Varying sources indicate that they were the “shock troops” of the Crusades, that their armor, heavy horses, rigorous discipline, and superior training gave them all the advantages that overwhelming firepower gives on contemporary battlefields.
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