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  • 1456 Seige of Belgrade(124 clicks)
    The fall of Constantinople in 1453 sent shock waves through Christendom. Then, in 1455, the young Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II mobilized his army to march on Belgrade--and from there, possibly move on to the European heartland. By Tom R. Kovach in Military History.
  • Grand Vezirs of the Ottoman Empire(124 clicks)
    This is an experimental version of a prosopographical database of the Ottoman Empire. It will contain synoptic information on the Grand Vezirs of the Ottoman Empire, and be indexed in various ways to facilitate retrieving information.
  • MUSLIM IDENTITY IN THE BALKANS(122 clicks)
  • OTTOMAN EMPIRE AND TURKEY IN "THE NEW YORK TIMES" 1850 THROUGH 1938(120 clicks)
    An excellent historical resource.
  • Ottoman Empire/Turkey(132 clicks)
    World War I. War atlas.
  • Ottomans, The(156 clicks)
  • Ottomans.Org(131 clicks)
  • Short History of the Ottoman Empire(121 clicks)
    Long-lived empire.
  • Sultans(118 clicks)
  • The Ottoman Khilafa(125 clicks)
    "The Ottoman dynasty was the longest lasting dynasty in the world - 641 years. In addition, the Ottoman Sultans had been Caliph of the Islamic world for 407 years; from 1516 when Selim Khan obtained the title, to 1924 when that dignity was abrogated."
  • The principles of Ottoman rule in the Balkans(132 clicks)
    From Twenty-Five Lectures on Modern Balkan History
  • The Young Turks: Proclamation for the Ottoman Empire, 1908(129 clicks)
    From the Modern History Sourcebook.
  • Uskoks(132 clicks)