Album Name Poor Knights of Acre. 1. I've Heard it All Before. 2. The Right to Work. 3. Who's the Real Threat Now. 4. War on the Streets.
02- The Right To Work. 03- Who's The Real Threat Now. 04- War On The Streets. 1994- Beauseant EP. 01 - A Change For The Worse. 03 - Visions Of A Future. 06- The Waiting Is Over. 09- Straight To Hell. 10- These Four Walls.
Complete your The Templars collection. Who's The Real Threat? War On The Streets. Poor Knights Of Acre EP (Official Bootleg) (7", EP, Ltd, Num, RE, W/Lbl).
The Templars and the Hospitallers were major forces right up until the Christians were expelled from the Holy Land in 1291. The most infamous and horrific association with Templars in recent times would be the claims made by the right-wing extremist and mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, who in 2011 carried out terrorist attacks in Norway.
Among them, the Templars were exempt from paying taxes, permitted to build their own oratories, and held to no one’s authority, except the Pope’s. The Knights Templars at Work. The Templars built numerous castles and fought – and often won – battles against Islamic armies. The Fall of Acre in 1291 marked the destruction of the last remaining Crusader refuge in the Holy Land.
The difference is simple, and not very subtle; the Templars ceased to exist, and the Hospitallers certainly exist right now, working for the sick. The name comes from the dedication to St. John the Baptist of their headquarters in Jerusalem.