The Graveyard Crusade: Sacking Alexandria
For the last few years King Peter the First of Cyprus (and the titular King of Jerusalem) wants to go on a Crusade but he can't afford it so he has spent his time raising money and talking allies into joining him. This year he launches his attack on Alexandria, Egypt but he goes about it in a different way. Instead of attacking the ports, he lands his ships near a graveyard and comes at the city from an unexpected direction. The tactic works and his troops sack the city, but King Peter can't hold it. His allies abandon him, taking their loot back home. King Peter returns to Cypress rather than moving on to Jerusalem. Meanwhile, the Ottomans move their capital to Adrianople near the border of Greece... 120 miles into Europe.   
Black Death: Ghosts of Purges Past
The panic that ensued during the Black Death is over for now. The people who had expelled the Jews for the Plague, shifted their blame to the leadership and then to the clergy. Now the Jews have returned. As the historian, Barbara Tuchman put it, "Homeless ghosts, the Jews filtered back from eastern Europe, where the expelled had gone." The tax records show that 65 Jewish families have established themselves in Erfurt, Germany. The Jewish community of Erfurt had been founded in the eleventh century and was a thriving community until it was expelled in 1349. The city will expel the Jews once again in 1458.  
This Year on Wikipedia
Year 1365, Wikipedia.
- Tuchman, Barbara Wertheim. (Barbara Tuchman, bio). A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century. Ballantine, 1979. pp. 539-543. (BOOK) quote="Wishing to make sure of their immense booty, his followers insisted on sailing away with their gains, leaving Lusignan without enough forces to exploit his victory, or even hold it. Alexandria had to be given up."
- Alexandrian Crusade - Wikipedia, 2014 [last update] quote="The Alexandrian defensive force occupied itself fighting in the area around the western harbor, while the "real" force, including cavalry, made landfall elsewhere in the city, apparently hiding in a graveyard, undetected by the defenders."
- Peter I of Cyprus - Wikipedia, 2014 [last update]
- Boot, Max. War Made New: Technology, Warfare, and the Course of History. New York: Gotham Books. 2006. pp. 1-6. (BOOK)
- Tuchman, Barbara Wertheim. (Barbara Tuchman, bio). A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century. Ballantine, 1979. pp. 115-116. (BOOK) quote="Homeless ghosts, the Jews filtered back from eastern Europe, where the expelled had gone."
- Erfurt: Middle Ages - Wikipedia, 2014 [last update]