”Three different Turks”. Ca. 1880, Late-Ottoman Empire. From left to right: a ‘başıbozuk’ (irregular soldier of the Ottoman army), a beggar (holding up his left hand) and – probably - a lower-rank military of the regular army, on leave.
OTTOMAN GENERAL GHAZI OSMAN PASHA Plevne Müdafii Gazi Osman Paşa
Kurdish men, Urfa, 1900, from http://kurdistania.tumblr.com
Armenians and Armenian Photographers in the Ottoman Empire. J. Pascal Sebah (Armenian, 1823-1886), Armenian Family, ca. 1880. Los Angeles, Getty Research Institute (96.R.14, Box 80) -
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1873 photogravure. (1) Christian woman villager of Chania; (2) Christian villager of Chania; (3) resident of Sphakia. from the province of Crète, Ottoman Empire by Pascal Sabah bestpictresof
Men in Ottoman costumes, Crete, 19th century.
Flag of the Young Turk movement, c. 1908 Embroidered in white: ”Adalet” (Justice), “Hürriyet” (freedom), “Müsavit” (equality), “Uhuvvet” (brotherhood) and “Ittihat” (unit).:
TURKISH NATIONALIST ARMY, 1921–22 1: Captain, Infantry, 1921; 2: MajGen Ismet Pasha, Inonu, January 1921; 3: Cavalry lancer, 1922; 4: Volunteer, Giresun Bodyguard, 1921