I watched a movie on Netflix yesterday
"The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683"
A fictionalized account of events leading up to the siege of Vienna, and the eventual demise of the Muslim would-be conquerors.
Not the best of films, but watchable. Slow and plodding at times.
But it did well in the portraying of dithering detachment of European royals who were very slow to ramp up their response to the Islamic threat.
Kinda reminded me of the dithering denial by today's progressives, who refuse to accept the premise that infiltration and conquest in the name of Allah are long held goals of the Islamic world, and that such behavior and aspirations continue today - although perhaps under a less defined fourth generation warfare model.