”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) -
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.
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
Flag of the Young Turk movement, c. 1908 Embroidered in white: ”Adalet” (Justice), “Hürriyet” (freedom), “Müsavit” (equality), “Uhuvvet” (brotherhood) and “Ittihat” (unit).: