Pasha
Pasha or pascha (Ottoman Turkish: پاشا, Turkish: paşa, derived from Persian pādšā ('Padishah') Persian: پادشا‎ ), formerly bashaw, was a higher rank in the Ottoman Empire political and ...
Pasha - Wikipedia
Ali Pasha Sherif
Ali Pasha Sherif (1834 – February 26, 1897) (alt spelling, from French Ali Pacha Chérif) was an Egyptian government official and a renowned breeder of Arabian horses during the late 19th century...
Ali Pasha Sherif - Wikipedia
Khan Temir
Khan Temir (Polish: Kantymir Murza, nicknamed Bloody Sword; 16th century-1637) was a powerful khan of the Budjak Nogais (Budzhak Horde); around 1603, he formed and subsequently led the Lesser Noga...
Khan Temir - Wikipedia
Skanderbeg's Italian expedition
Skanderbeg's Italian expedition (1460–1462) was undertaken to aid his ally Ferdinand I of Naples, whose rulership was threatened by the Angevin Dynasty. George Kastrioti Skanderbeg was the ruler of Al...
Skanderbeg's Italian expedition - Wikipedia
Hamza Kastrioti
Hamza Kastrioti (Latin: Ameses Castriota; fl. ) was the nephew of George Kastrioti Skanderbeg. Probably born in Ottoman territory, after the death of his father he was raised by Skanderbeg, who to...
Hamza Kastrioti - Wikipedia
Smail-aga Čengić
Smail-aga Čengić (1780 – 23 September 1840) was an Ottoman Bosnian lord (with the title of ağa) and general in the Ottoman Army. In 1831–32, Čengić was one of the Ottoman generals that fought against ...
Abdul Aziz Yamulki
Abdul Aziz Yamulki (21 December 1890 – 25 July 1981) was the son Mustafa Pasha Yamulki and an Ottoman military officer. After the fall of the Ottoman empire he became a member of the new Royal ...
Abdul Aziz Yamulki - Wikipedia
Skanderbeg
George Kastrioti (Albanian: Gjergj Kastrioti; 1405 – 17 January 1468), commonly known as Skanderbeg (Albanian: Skënderbeu, from Turkish: İskender Bey, meaning "Lord Alexander"), was a 15th...
Skanderbeg - Wikipedia
Refik Saydam
Refik Ibrahim Saydam (8 September 1881 – 8 July 1942) was the 5th Prime Minister of Turkey, serving from 25 January 1939 to 8 July 1942.
He was born in Istanbul in 1881 and is the son of Hac...
Sıtkı Üke
Sıtkı Üke (1876; Salonica (Thessaloniki) – 1941; Istanbul) was an officer of the Ottoman Army and the general of the Turkish Army. Sıtkı grew up in the same town as Atatürk, the founder of modern-day...
Sıtkı Üke - Wikipedia
Malkoč-beg
Malkoč-beg (died in 1565) was an Ottoman soldier and statesman. According to Safvet beg Bašagić, he was a Croat from Bosnia. He participated in the siege of Klis, and was later appointed as sanjakbeg ...
Malkoč-beg - Wikipedia
Hodo Sokoli
Hodo Sokoli (1836–1883) born Hodo Dervishi was an Albanian colonel of the Ottoman Empire and later one of the leaders of the League of Prizren. He defected from the Ottoman army, when the Ottoman Empi...
Reşat Çiğiltepe
Reşat [Çiğiltepe] (1879; Constantinople (Istanbul) - August 27, 1922; Çiğiltepe, Sandıklı) was an officer of the Ottoman Army and the Turkish Army.He committed suicide on 27 August 1922 during the Bat...
Reşat Çiğiltepe - Wikipedia
Hasan Corso
Hasan Corso (born Pietro Paolo Tavera) was the mayor of Algiers and caliph of Salah Rais.Corso was born on the island of Corsica. When he was five years old, he was taken and sent away to Istambul, an...
Ali Bey Evrenosoglu
Ali Bey Evrenosoglu was an Ottoman military commander in the 15th century. He was one of the sons of Evrenos, an Ottoman general. During the 1430s he was sanjakbey of the Sanjak of Albania who, after...
Mustafa Cantekin
Mustafa Elvan Cantekin (1878 – 21 October 1955) was a military physician of the Ottoman Army and a politician in the Republic of Turkey. He was one of the founding members of Vatan ve Hürriyet secret ...
Mustafa Cantekin - Wikipedia
Osman Pazvantoğlu
Osman Pazvantoğlu (1758 – January 27, 1807, Vidin) was an Ottoman soldier, a governor of the Vidin district after 1794, and a rebel against Ottoman rule. He is also remembered as the friend of R...
Osman Pazvantoğlu - Wikipedia
Yemişçi Hasan Pasha
Damat Yemişçi Hasan Pasha (Albanian: Jemishxhi; 1535, Rugova – 1603, Istanbul) was an Ottoman statesman.Hasan, a native Turk who spent his childhood in Rogovo, then went to Prizren, where he fini...
Yemişçi Hasan Pasha - Wikipedia