Ottoman Turk


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Noun1.Ottoman Turk - a Turk (especially a Turk who is a member of the tribe of Osman I)Ottoman Turk - a Turk (especially a Turk who is a member of the tribe of Osman I)
Turk - a native or inhabitant of Turkey
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In the past century our human family has lived through three massive and unprecedented tragedies," he said during a solemn mass in Saint Peter's Basilica to mark the centenary of the Ottoman Turk killings of Armenians.
The French lower house approved the law last month, threatening anyone who denies that the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turk forces amounted to genocide with jail, drawing a threat of sanctions from Turkey.
I walked amid the ruins of an ancient Ottoman Turk castle with views of the Adriatic Sea.
GLENDALE - Dozens of Southland events this week will mark Thursday's 88th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, in which the Ottoman Turk Empire is estimated to have killed 1.
Lawrence's exploits began when, posted to Arabia during WWI, he worked as a liaison officer with Arab rebels fighting the Ottoman Turks.
Another battle against the Ottoman Turks, for control of the train station at Tzemach, located on the southern tip of the Sea of Galilee in northern Israel, was one of the last cavalry battles in world history.
1571: The Battle of Lepanto was fought, when Christian allied naval forces defeated the Ottoman Turks.
5 million Armenians were killed by Ottoman Turks in what many scholars view as the first genocide of the 20th century.
Lebanese of Armenian origin held several commemorations across Lebanon over the weekend to mark 101 years since the Armenian genocide carried out by Ottoman Turks.
Er, also a member of Cycle Club of Istanbul's BE-yE-kcekmece Municipality took start from BE-yE-kcekmece to go to the Ecanakkale, where the scene of the legendary "Gallipoli War" in which Ottoman State defeated allies' forces which was formed by Russia, Britain and its dominions such Australian and New Zealand forces which known as ANZACS, and France to pass Ecanakkale to invade Ottoman capital of ystanbul defeated by Ottoman Turks.
This study of Malay literature written between the 14th and 19th centuries explores how Turkic peoples and Ottoman Turks were depicted fictionally.
On enquiry I was told that they had freed Jerusalem from the Ottoman Turks and some had died crossing the Jordan with General Allenby.