The Children's Crusade is one of the more unusual events in Medieval England. The Children's Crusade took place after the Fourth Crusade in 1212. Children of all ages were sent to the Holy Land to their slaughter.
"THE CHILDREN'S CRUSADE", 1963. Young people played an essential role in the African American freedom struggle, participating in many of the major campaigns of the civil rights movement, as well as initiating personal protests against racial injustice.
The Children's Crusade - Gustave Dore In 1212 AD children marched from Germany and France in an attempt to reach the Holy Land. They never arrived having either starved to death, sold into slavery or shipwrecked. CC2W3