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Defender of Medina, Lion of Desert, Fahrettin Pasha Medine Müdafii ve Çöl Kaplanı Fahrettin Paşa

Defender of Medina, Lion of Desert, Fahrettin Pasha Medine Müdafii ve Çöl Kaplanı Fahrettin Paşa

Enver Pasha / Ismail Enver Pasha, an Ottoman military officer, a leader of the Young Turk revolution and one of the principal orchestrators of the Armenian Genocide along with Mehmed Talat,  Ahmed Djemal. November 22, 1881, Istanbul, Turkey to August 4, 1922, Turkestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic Spouse: Emine Naciye Sultan (m. 1914–1922) Children: Mahpeyker Enver Hanımsultan, Turkan Enver Hanımsultan, Ali Enver Beyefendi Siblings: Mohammed Kamil Beyefendi

Enver Pasha / Ismail Enver Pasha, an Ottoman military officer, a leader of the Young Turk revolution and one of the principal orchestrators of the Armenian Genocide along with Mehmed Talat, Ahmed Djemal. November 22, 1881, Istanbul, Turkey to August 4, 1922, Turkestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic Spouse: Emine Naciye Sultan (m. 1914–1922) Children: Mahpeyker Enver Hanımsultan, Turkan Enver Hanımsultan, Ali Enver Beyefendi Siblings: Mohammed Kamil Beyefendi

Enver Pasha was an Ottoman military officer and a leader of the 1908 Young Turk Revolution. He was the main leader of the Ottoman Empire in both Balkan Wars and WW I. Enver proved ineffective as War Minister. Faced with defeat, the Sultan dismissed Enver from his post as War Minister on 4 October 1918.

Enver Pasha was an Ottoman military officer and a leader of the 1908 Young Turk Revolution. He was the main leader of the Ottoman Empire in both Balkan Wars and WW I. Enver proved ineffective as War Minister. Faced with defeat, the Sultan dismissed Enver from his post as War Minister on 4 October 1918.

Portrait of Gazi Osman Paşa (1832-1900), ca. 1880.  He was an Ottoman field marshal and the hero of the Siege of Plevna in 1877. Although unsuccessful in defending the city, he was awarded the title Gazi ("warrior" or "veteran") as a result of that siege.

Portrait of Gazi Osman Paşa (1832-1900), ca. 1880. He was an Ottoman field marshal and the hero of the Siege of Plevna in 1877. Although unsuccessful in defending the city, he was awarded the title Gazi ("warrior" or "veteran") as a result of that siege.

[Ottoman Empire] Ottoman Soldiers, WW1 (Osmanlı Askerleri, 1.Dünya Savaşı)

[Ottoman Empire] Ottoman Soldiers, WW1 (Osmanlı Askerleri, 1.Dünya Savaşı)

Enver Paşa

Enver Paşa

AN OTTOMAN SOLDIER MUSTAFA ERTUGRUL WHO SANK A AIRCRAFT CARRIER FIRSTLY IN THE WORLD, 1916  "Tanımadığımız Kahramanlarımızdan" DÜNYADA İLK UÇAK GEMİSİ BATIRAN KİŞİ: MUSTAFA ERTUĞRUL BEY

AN OTTOMAN SOLDIER MUSTAFA ERTUGRUL WHO SANK A AIRCRAFT CARRIER FIRSTLY IN THE WORLD, 1916 "Tanımadığımız Kahramanlarımızdan" DÜNYADA İLK UÇAK GEMİSİ BATIRAN KİŞİ: MUSTAFA ERTUĞRUL BEY

SIRRI EFFENDI, AN OTTOMAN FIRST LIEUTENANT IN THE GALLIPOLI WAR  ÇANAKKALE KAHRAMANLARINDAN MÜLAZIM-I EVVEL (ÜSTEĞMEN) SIRRI EFENDİ

SIRRI EFFENDI, AN OTTOMAN FIRST LIEUTENANT IN THE GALLIPOLI WAR ÇANAKKALE KAHRAMANLARINDAN MÜLAZIM-I EVVEL (ÜSTEĞMEN) SIRRI EFENDİ

İsmail Cevat Çobanlı (14 Eylül 1870[2], İstanbul - 13 Mart 1938[1], Kadıköy, İstanbul), Türk asker ve siyasetçi.

İsmail Cevat Çobanlı (14 Eylül 1870[2], İstanbul - 13 Mart 1938[1], Kadıköy, İstanbul), Türk asker ve siyasetçi.

OTTOMAN COLONEL AHMED MUHTAR PASHA Osmanlı Miralayı Ahmed Muhtar Paşa

OTTOMAN COLONEL AHMED MUHTAR PASHA Osmanlı Miralayı Ahmed Muhtar Paşa


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İsmail Cevat Çobanlı (14 Eylül 1870[2], İstanbul - 13 Mart 1938[1], Kadıköy, İstanbul), Türk asker ve siyasetçi.

İsmail Cevat Çobanlı (14 Eylül 1870[2], İstanbul - 13 Mart 1938[1], Kadıköy, İstanbul), Türk asker ve siyasetçi.

Defender of Medina, Lion of Desert, Fahrettin Pasha Medine Müdafii ve Çöl Kaplanı Fahrettin Paşa

Defender of Medina, Lion of Desert, Fahrettin Pasha Medine Müdafii ve Çöl Kaplanı Fahrettin Paşa

Enver Pasha was an Ottoman military officer and a leader of the 1908 Young Turk Revolution. He was the main leader of the Ottoman Empire in both Balkan Wars and WW I. Enver proved ineffective as War Minister. Faced with defeat, the Sultan dismissed Enver from his post as War Minister on 4 October 1918.

Enver Pasha was an Ottoman military officer and a leader of the 1908 Young Turk Revolution. He was the main leader of the Ottoman Empire in both Balkan Wars and WW I. Enver proved ineffective as War Minister. Faced with defeat, the Sultan dismissed Enver from his post as War Minister on 4 October 1918.

Enver Pasha: Ottoman Minister of War during the First World War and actively pro-German.  Enver Pasha engineered Turkey’s entry into the War on the side of the Central Powers, Germany and Austria

Enver Pasha: Ottoman Minister of War during the First World War and actively pro-German. Enver Pasha engineered Turkey’s entry into the War on the side of the Central Powers, Germany and Austria

Portrait of Gazi Osman Paşa (1832-1900), ca. 1880.  He was an Ottoman field marshal and the hero of the Siege of Plevna in 1877. Although unsuccessful in defending the city, he was awarded the title Gazi ("warrior" or "veteran") as a result of that siege.

Portrait of Gazi Osman Paşa (1832-1900), ca. 1880. He was an Ottoman field marshal and the hero of the Siege of Plevna in 1877. Although unsuccessful in defending the city, he was awarded the title Gazi ("warrior" or "veteran") as a result of that siege.

OTTOMAN COLONEL AHMED MUHTAR PASHA Osmanlı Miralayı Ahmed Muhtar Paşa

OTTOMAN COLONEL AHMED MUHTAR PASHA Osmanlı Miralayı Ahmed Muhtar Paşa

(Osmanlı Süveyş Kanalı Harbi Şehidi Mülazım-ı Evvel Maraşlı Mehmet Emin Efendi)

(Osmanlı Süveyş Kanalı Harbi Şehidi Mülazım-ı Evvel Maraşlı Mehmet Emin Efendi)

Djemal Pasha (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[1] and is seen as one of the perpetrators of the Armenian Genocide and the Assyrian Genocide.

Wednesday, 28th April 1909: From Yildiz Palace in Istanbul to Villa Allatini in Thessaloniki

Djemal Pasha (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[1] and is seen as one of the perpetrators of the Armenian Genocide and the Assyrian Genocide.

An Admiral Pasha (Bir Osmanlı Amiral Paşa)

An Admiral Pasha (Bir Osmanlı Amiral Paşa)

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