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Miniatur-Portrait Sultan des Osmanischen Reiches Abdülmecid I., in Paradeuniform auf Thron. Origin. franz. Rahmen, rückseitig Herstellermarke mit Bezeichnung "A. Paris" im Lorbeerkranz. Abdülmecid I. (1823 in Istanbul - 1861 ebenda), genannt auch Abdul Mecid oder Abdul Medschid, war von 1839 bis 1861 Sultan des Osm. Reiches & Sohn von Mahmud II. & dessen aus Georgien stammender Frau Bezm-i Alem. Er wurde in Frankreich erzogen & gründete ca. 1855 die Osm. Schule in Paris.

Abdulmecid I Ottoman Sultan (Emperor) Son of Mahmud II and Bezmialem Sultan.

leaders of Triple Alliance- Kaiser Wilhelm II- Last German Emperor and President of Prussia Franz Josef- Emperor of Austria, Apostolic King of Hungary Prime Minister Antonio Salandra- Italian Prime Minister

Kaiser Wilhelm II, Mehmed V, Franz Joseph: The three emperors of the Central Powers.

leaders of Triple Alliance- Kaiser Wilhelm II- Last German Emperor and President of Prussia Franz Josef- Emperor of Austria, Apostolic King of Hungary Prime Minister Antonio Salandra- Italian Prime Minister

Kaiser Wilhelm II, Mehmed V, Franz Joseph: The three emperors of the Central Powers.

İttifak devletleri Almanya İmparatorluğu, Osmanlı İmparatorluğu, Bulgaristan Krallığı, Avusturya-Macaristan İmparatorluğu hükümdarları

World War I Postcards Depicting the Emperors of the Central Powers

Süleymanname'den Arifi'nin bir minyatürü: Barbaros, Kanuni'nin huzurunda .

Süleymanname'den Arifi'nin bir minyatürü: Barbaros, Kanuni'nin huzurunda .

Sultan Suleyman in the Guise of King Solomon; Page from a Manuscript of the Shahnama-i al-i Osman (Royal Book of the House of Osman) of 'Arifi Turkey, Istanbul, Turkish , circa 1558

Sultan Suleyman in the Guise of King Solomon; Page from a Manuscript of the Shahnama-i al-i Osman (Royal Book of the House of Osman) of 'Arifi Turkey, Istanbul, Turkish , circa 1558

Crimea Medal, 1855 (Osmanlı Kırım Madalyası, 1855)

Crimea Medal, 1855 (Osmanlı Kırım Madalyası, 1855)

Ottoman Medal of Merit/Liyakat Madalyasi - Liyakat Medal was instituted in 1890 in two classes (gold and silver medal) by the 34th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Abdul Hamid II. Initially it was awarded to men only, Ottoman subjects as well as foreigners for military and civil merits for the benefit of the Empire. In 1905 the statute of the Liyakat Medal was amended and since then women were allowed to receive the decoration for charitable work.

Ottoman Medal of Merit/Liyakat Madalyasi - Liyakat Medal was instituted in 1890 in two classes (gold and silver medal) by the 34th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Abdul Hamid II. Initially it was awarded to men only, Ottoman subjects as well as foreigners for military and civil merits for the benefit of the Empire. In 1905 the statute of the Liyakat Medal was amended and since then women were allowed to receive the decoration for charitable work.

OTTOMAN CRIMEA MEDAL, 1855 (Osmanlı Kırım Madalyası, 1855) #Ottoman Empire

OTTOMAN CRIMEA MEDAL, 1855 (Osmanlı Kırım Madalyası, 1855) #Ottoman Empire