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  List of battles 1401-1800 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Battle of Bauge The French and Scottish forces of Charles VII commanded by the Earl of Buchan defeat the forces of Henry V commanded by the Duke of Clarence.
Battle of Polesella - A fleet of the Republic of Venice is destroyed on the po River by the Ferrarese artillery.
Battle of Takatenjin Takeda Katsuyori, son of Takeda Shingen, captures Tokugawa Ieyasu's fortress of Takatenjin.
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 Learn more about List of battles (alphabetical) in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Battle of Covadonga - 722 - Moslem Conquest of Spain
Battle of Mohacs - 1526 - Turkish Conquest of Hungary
Battle of Pavia (773) - Conquests of Charlemagne
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 The Wargamer - 1000 Years of War in Review
Tamerlane defeats and captures Ottoman Sultan Bayazid I at the Battle of Angora (1402).
Battle of Verneuil (1424) is yet another loss for the combined forces of France and Scotland, this time at the hands of the Duke of Bedford.
Edward of York again defeats Lancaster at the Battle of Mortimer’s Cross (1461), but is defeated at the second battle of St. Albans the same year, losing possession of nutty king Henry VI, who is recaptured in 1465 and imprisoned in the Tower of London.
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 Decades History Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In the Battle of Angora the Mongols, led by Tamerlane “the Terrible,” defeated the Ottoman Turks and captured Sultan Beyazid I. The Turks eventually regained control of the city and it remained a part of the Ottoman Empire for the next five centuries.
Angora was the center of the Young Turk movement in 1918 led by Kemal Ataturk and, with the declaration of the Turkish Republic in 1923, became the capital.
Henry IV defeated the Percys in the Battle of Shrewsbury in England.
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 Roman Emperors - DIR Alphabetic Emperor Index
If there was a series of battles in a specific location, click on that year in which you are interested.
Battle of Abrittus, A.D. Battle of Adrianople, A.D. Battle of Actium, B.C. Battle of Ad Decimum, A.D. Battle of Akroinon, A.D. Siege of Alexandria, A.D. Siege of Amida, A.D. Battle of Anchialos, A.D. Battle of Angora, AD 1402
Sieges of Ctesiphon, A.D. Battle of Dara, A.D. Battle of Edessa, A.D. Battle of Frigidus River, A.D. Battle of Issus, A.D. Siege of Jerusalem, A.D. Battle of Kossovo, AD 1389,1448.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Angora
The Europeans now call Angora, and the Turks, Enguru, the ancient capital of Galatia, in Asia Minor, which was known to the Greeks and Romans as Ancyra.
The actual population of Angora comprises 18,000 Mussulmans, 16,000 Orthodox Greeks, 5,000 Catholic Armenians, 100 Protestant Armenians, 400 Jews.
Angora also possesses a prosperous French establishment conducted the Christian Brothers.
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The issue of the battle was for some time in doubt, but was decided by the treachery and flight at the critical moment of one of the Serb leaders, Vuk Brankovic, son-in-law of Prince Lazar, with a large number of troops.
From the effects of this battle Serbia never recovered; Prince Lazar was captured and executed; his wife, Princess Milica, had to give her daughter to Bajazet in marriage, whose son thus ultimately claimed possesion of Serbia by right of inheritance.
The Turkish conquest of Serbia, which began in 1371 at the battle of the Maritsa, and was rendered inevitable by the battle of Kosovo Polje, in 1389, thus took a hundred and twenty-five years to complete.
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 Marriott, The Eastern Question. Chapter 3
On June 15, 1389, one of the most fateful battles in the history of the Near East was fought on the historic plain of Kossovo.
In the battle of Nikopolis (1396) the forces of Christendom were overthrown by the Ottomans.
The battle of Angora is memorable for the fact that it resulted not only in a crushing military defeat but in the capture of an Ottoman Sultan.
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On July 20, 1402, was fought a battle which decided the religious fate of Europe, the control of the Middle East and the area the NATO recently bombed.
In battle, the nomadic tactics of mobility and surprise were his major weapons of attack.
A dashing man of war, letters, and politics, he was the hero of the Battle of Angora, where he fought as a Turkish vassal for Bayezid, the guy who helped kill his father.
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 BIG BATTLE DBA: Magnus Bellis Antiqutatis
In 1999, I did a medieval battle that was a recreation of the Battle of Ankara (Angora) between the army Tamberlane (Timurids - No. 159b) and the Later Ottomans (No. 160b) in 1402.
This was the last battle between the Romans and Pyrrhus of Eprios.
For example, battles involving 24 elements a side would be played on a board 3 feet wide by 2 feet deep with 15mm figures or 5 feet wide and 4 feet deep for battles involving 25mm figures.
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 History of Kosovo and Metohia
The 1371 battle of the Marica, near Crnomen in which Turkish troops rode rougshod over the huge army of the Mrnjavcevic brothers, the feudal lords of Macedonia, Kosovo and neighboring regions, heralded the decisive Turkish invasion of Serbian lands.
On the eve of the battle of Kosovo, the northern parts of Kosovo where in possession of Prince Lazar Hrebeljanovic, and parts of Metohia belonged to his brother-in-law Vuk Brankovic.
After the battle of Angora in 1402, Prince Stefan took advantage of the chaos in the Ottoman state.
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Meanwhile the Turks occupied Nikopolis on the Danube in 1388 and destroyed the Bulgarian capital Tirnovo in 1393, exiling the Patriarch Euthymus to Macedonia.
On November 18 took place the battle of Slivnitsa, a small town about twenty miles north-west of Sofia, in which the Bulgarians were completely victorious.
The Bulgarian army, somewhat exhausted by this brilliant and lightning campaign, refrained from storming the lines of Chataldja, an operation which could not fail to involve losses such as the Bulgarian nation was scarcely in a position to bear, and on December 3 the armistice was signed.
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 Chronology from 1401 to 1500
The Battle of Angora (Ankara) July 28 ends in victory for Tamerlane over the Ottoman sultan Bayazid I, whose army of 120,000 is no match for Tamerlane’s 800,000 warriors.
The Battle of Tannenberg July 15 gives a huge army of Poles and Lithuanians victory over the Teutonic Knights, but the victors are unable to exploit their triumph.
The Battle of Agincourt October 25 ends in defeat for the French at the hands of English archers, the lowest caste in the military hierarchy.
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 The Kosovo Chronicles, by Dusan Batakovic (Part 1b)
For a people who lived longer under foreign rule than in their own state, Kosovo and Metohia are the foundations on which national and state identity were preserved in times of tribulation and founded in times of freedom.
During the Battle of the Marica, a monk wrote that "the worst of all times" had come, when "the living envied the dead".
After almost a decade of waiting in vain for the federal Yugoslav bodies to stop Kosovo's further Albanization and halt the exodus from Kosovo and Metohia, a large-scale Serbian movement erupted, aided by the ecclesiastical circles and the Belgrade liberal intelligentsia, demanding that the 1974 Constitution be changed and Kosovo returned to Serbian sovereignty.
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 Today in History July 20   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
1402 Jul 20, In the Battle of Angora the Mongols, led by Tamerlane "the Terrible," defeated the Ottoman Turks and captured Sultan Beyazid I. The Turks eventually regained control of the city and it remained a part of the Ottoman Empire for the next five centuries.
Battle of Peachtree Creek was part of the Atlanta Campaign.
The summit opened with raging street battles between police and demonstrators; one protester was fatally shot by officers.
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 Sultan Bayezid The Lightning
One night he battled, alone, through the enemy troops and reached the castle walls.
Without the permission of the Mufti on a point of Islamic law, he waged war on Tamerlane or Timour but was totally defeated at the Battle of Angora in Çubukovasi near Ankara (July 1402).
One of his most important triumphs was the Battle of Nighbolou, when, alone against the Christian European countries the Turks had emerged victorious.
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 A General History of the Near East, Chapter 12
After the battle, Baybars asked to be made governor of a Levantine province, and Qutuz turned him down.
They fought the main battle on June 15, 1389, on the plain of Kosovo, also known as "The Field of the Blackbirds." Here the anti-Ottoman coalition was wiped out, Lazar was killed, and Serbia's independence ended.
Timur displayed his military skill when he overthrew Bayezid at the battle of Angora (1402); the Ottoman sultan was carried off in an oversized birdcage, and died heartbroken eight months later.
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 July 21
On this day, July 21, 1403 (a year and a day from the Battle of Angora), a rebel alliance of Northumberland, Scotland, and Wales was met by the king's force near the border of Wales.
The town and the battle is known as Shrewsbury.
Three years later, Sir Roger Hussey who lived nearby, had a church of St. Mary Magdalen erected near the site of the battle where folks could pray for all the dead.
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 Armenica - History of Armenia
The battle of Avarayr, on May 26, goes to history since a small Armenian army, led by Vartan Mamikonian, looses the battle but succeeds to convince Yezdgerd to abandon his plans for converting the Armenians.
Timur defeats the Ottoman sultan Bayazid in the battle at Angora and conquers the cities of Izmir, Brousse and Nicèe but doesn't manage to cross the Dardanelles in order to attack Byzantine.
To the astonishing of the Russian officials and as a surprise for the Tartars, after recovering from the initial surprising moment, the Armenians were able to gather themselves around the party and against this common threat and started the battle for the preservation of their national existence.
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 The Battle of Angora - 1402 AD (DBA Battle Scenario)
The army reached Angora (modern Ankara) and camped.
Tamerlaine deftly slipped around the Turkish southern flank and besieged Angora.
During the first three turns of the game, if the Mongol gets a pip roll higher than 3, one Ottoman light horse element (selected by the Ottoman player) changes sides for the rest of the game.
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 Timeline: 1401 to 1500
He is concerned about having helped Christians by defeating a Muslim army.
Its king, Ewuare trades captives taken in battle, delivering them as slaves to the Portuguese.
1483 Henry Tudor, a relative of the Lancaster family, defeats Richard III at the Battle Bosworth.
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 The Moron's Almanac: News and Misinformation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
This eventually led to the creation of Germany, which led to World War I, World War II, and the Volkswagen.
On July 20, 1402, at the battle of Angora, Tamerlane led his huge army of Taters against the Ottomans (or Ottomen).
Tamerlane captured the Sultan (Head Ottoman), and this is why we call some sweaters Angoras to this day.
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 June 20 - Today in History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
1402 - Battle of Angora (Ankara)-Tatars defeat Turkish Army
1864 - Battle of Kinston NC and Battle of Abingdon, Virginia
1864 - Battle of Petersburgs VA - in trenches
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