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Mar'i Pasha Al Mallah  - Aleppo deputy in the Ottoman Parliament Mar’i Pasha Al Mallah, by Abdullah frères (Abdullah brothers), official royal photographers to the Ottoman Sultan, Constantinople, 1897.

Mar'i Pasha Al Mallah - Aleppo deputy in the Ottoman Parliament Mar’i Pasha Al Mallah, by Abdullah frères (Abdullah brothers), official royal photographers to the Ottoman Sultan, Constantinople,

Reception of British Naval Officers by Sultan Abdulhamid II, Istanbul, 1902

[Ottoman Empire] Reception of British Naval Officers by Sultan Abdulhamid II, Istanbul, 1902

An Ottoman man

A Turkish villager in his best outfit. Not wealthy, but not poor either (note the leather boots). The primary purpose of the large men’s ‘kuşak’ (waist band) is here obvious: to support the back during demanding daily activities. Late-Ottoman, end of c

WW2 Hungarian Elite Mountain Troops - Gebirgsjäger or Gendarme

Hungarian Elite Mountain Troops - Gebirgsjäger or Gendarme

Djemal Pasha (Ottoman Turkish: جمال پاشا, modern Turkish: Cemal Paşa), born Ahmed Djemal (6 May 1872 – 21 July 1922), was an Ottoman military leader and one-third of the military triumvirate known as the Three Pashas that ruled the Ottoman Empire during World War I. Djemal was also Mayor of Istanbul and is seen as one of the perpetrators of the Armenian Genocide and the Assyrian Genocide. He was decorated with the Pour le Mérite.

Ahmed Djemal, known as Djemal Pasha, a member of the “Three Pashas” triumpharate, who took power in 1913

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[Ottoman Empire] An Ottoman Albanian, (Bir Osmanlı Arnavutu,

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