Abdul-Hamid II


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Abdul-Hamid II

(ˌæbdʊlhæˈmiːd)
n
(Biography) 1842–1918, sultan of Turkey (1876–1909), deposed by the Young Turks, noted for his brutal suppression of the Armenian revolt (1894–96)
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The Ertugrul Frigate which was sent to Japan by Ottoman Sultan Abdul-Hamid II as a sign of good will in 1890, reached Japan after an arduous journey, that lasted 11 months.