Armies of The Ottoman Turks 1300 1774

Armies of the Ottoman Turks, 1300-1774 (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at Oct. 21, 2014
Armies of the Ottoman Turks, 1300-1774 (repost)

Armies of the Ottoman Turks, 1300-1774 (Men at Arms Series, 140) by David Nicolle
Osprey Publishing | July 28, 1983 | English | ISBN: 0850455111 | 48 pages | PDF | 8 MB

The birth of the Ottoman state is shrouded in legend. Whatever the truth of its origins, the Ottomans formed an Empire which almost succeeded in bringing Christian Europe to its knees. During the last decades of the 13th century, the ambitious Osman Bey's tiny mountain state took eight frontier castles plus the Turkish town of Eskisehir. In 1299 Osman seized Yenisehir after working up the Kara Su valley. With this as its first real capital, the Ottoman state emerged into history poised above the fertile shores of the Sea of Marmara.

Armies of the Ottoman Turks 1300-1774  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lout at Aug. 16, 2009
Armies of the Ottoman Turks 1300-1774

Armies of the Ottoman Turks 1300-1774 (Men-at-arms 140) By David Nicolle
Publisher: Os Publishing 1996 | 48 Pages | ISBN: 0850455111 | PDF | 9 MB

Armies of the Ottoman Empire 1775-1820 (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at Oct. 21, 2014
Armies of the Ottoman Empire 1775-1820 (repost)

Armies of the Ottoman Empire 1775-1820 (Men-At-Arms, No 314) by David Nicolle
Osprey Publishing | March 9, 1998 | English | ISBN: 1855326973 | 48 pages | PDF | 28 MB

At the close of the 18th century the Ottoman Empire still had huge military potential. It was a complex structure of military provinces, autonomous regions and virtually independent 'regencies'. The Ottoman Empire had a larger population than its land could actually support which resulted in bloated cities, migration to under-populated mountainous areas, widespread banditry and piracy. It also meant that Ottoman armies had a ready pool of military manpower. With numerous illustrations, including eight full page colour artworkss by Angus Mcbride, this fascinating text by David Nicolle explores the armies of the Ottoman empire from 1775 until 1820.

Armies of the Ottoman Empire, 1775-1820  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lout at July 4, 2009
Armies of the Ottoman Empire, 1775-1820

Armies of the Ottoman Empire, 1775-1820 (Men-at-arms 314) By David Nicolle
Publisher: Os Publishing 1998 | Pages 48 | ISBN: 1855326973 | PDF | 19 MB

The Ottoman Turks: An Introductory History to 1923  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Oct. 10, 2017
The Ottoman Turks: An Introductory History to 1923

Justin Mccarthy, "The Ottoman Turks: An Introductory History to 1923"
1997 | ISBN-10: 0582256550, 113813807X | 424 pages | PDF | 19 MB

Osprey Publishing - Military History Collection [repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by FenixN at Aug. 16, 2016
Osprey Publishing - Military History Collection [repost]

Osprey Publishing - Military History Collection
English | 1518 PDF Books | 38.8 GB

Osprey Publishing is an Oxford-based publishing company specializing in military history. Predominantly an illustrated publisher, many of their books contain full-color artwork plates, maps and photographs, and the company produces over a dozen ongoing series, each focusing on a specific aspect of the history of warfare. Osprey has published over 2,300 books (as Sept,2012). They are best known for their Men-at-Arms series, running to nearly 500 titles, with each book dedicated to a specific historical army or military unit.[/quote

Hidden Armies of the Second World War: World War II Resistance Movements  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at Dec. 1, 2017
Hidden Armies of the Second World War: World War II Resistance Movements

Patrick G. Zander, "Hidden Armies of the Second World War: World War II Resistance Movements"
ISBN: 1440833036 | 2017 | EPUB | 262 pages | 2 MB

Black Eunuchs of the Ottoman Empire: Networks of Power in the Court of the Sultan  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at Oct. 30, 2017
Black Eunuchs of the Ottoman Empire: Networks of Power in the Court of the Sultan

Black Eunuchs of the Ottoman Empire: Networks of Power in the Court of the Sultan by George Junne
English | September 22, 2016 | ISBN: 1784531545, ASIN: B01MFXO7SF | AZW3 | 272 pages | 1.2 MB
Dutch Armies of the 80 Years’ War 1568–1648 (2): Cavalry, Artillery & Engineers (Osprey Men-at-Arms 513)

Dutch Armies of the 80 Years’ War 1568–1648 (2): Cavalry, Artillery & Engineers (Osprey Men-at-Arms 513)
2017 | ISBN: 1472819144 | English | 50 Pages | True PDF | 5,7 MB
The Black Eunuchs of the Ottoman Empire: Networks of Power in the Court of the Sultan

The Black Eunuchs of the Ottoman Empire: Networks of Power in the Court of the Sultan by George Junne
English | June 22nd, 2016 | ASIN: B01MFXO7SF, ISBN: 1784531545 | 272 pages | EPUB | 2.82 MB

At the height of the Ottoman Empire, black eunuchs ― rare, castrated slaves imported from ― became a key part of court politics. Unlike white eunuchs, who were only permitted outside the palace, black eunuchs had access to the harem, the Sultan's inner court. The Chief Black Eunuch, appointed personally by the Sultan, had both the ear of the leader of a vast Islamic Empire and held power over a network of spies and informers, including eunuchs and slaves throughout Constantinople and beyond.