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  Mustafa II — Infoplease.com
Mustafa II Mustafa II, 1664–1703, Ottoman sultan (1695–1703), nephew and successor of Ahmed II.
Ahmed II - Ahmed II Ahmed II, 1642–95, Ottoman sultan (1691–95), brother and successor of Sulayman...
Mahmud I - Mahmud I Mahmud I, 1696–1754, Ottoman sultan (1730–54), son of Mustafa II, nephew and...
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  Mustafa II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mustafa II (Ottoman Turkish: مصطفى ثانى Muṣṭafā-yi sānī) (February 6, 1664 – December 28, 1703) was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1695 to 1703.
Osman I - Orhan I - Murad I - Bayezid I - Mehmed I - Murad II - Mehmed II
Bayezid II - Selim I - Suleiman I - Selim II - Murad III - Mehmed III - Ahmed I - Mustafa I - Osman II - Murad IV
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 Mustafa IV - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mustafa IV (Ottoman Turkish: مصطفى رابع Muṣṭafā-yi rābi‘) (September 8, 1779 – November 15, 1808) was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1807 to 1808.
Mustafa IV failed to break the Russian blockade of the Dardanelles and was put to death later in the year.
Ibrahim I - Mehmed IV - Suleiman II - Ahmed II - Mustafa II - Ahmed III - Mahmud I - Osman III - Mustafa III - Abdul Hamid I - Selim III -
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 Mustafa II — FactMonster.com
Mustafa II Mustafa II, 1664–1703, Ottoman sultan (1695–1703), nephew and successor of Ahmed II.
Ahmed II - Ahmed II, 1642–95, Ottoman sultan (1691–95), brother and successor of Sulayman II to...
Mahmud I - Mahmud I, 1696–1754, Ottoman sultan (1730–54), son of Mustafa II, nephew and successor...
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 Centralization under Mahmud II
Having succeeded in the abolishment of the army in 1826, Mahmud II mainly dealt with the establishment of the new army, and introduction of new reforms in various areas.
Mahmud II also wanted to establish and expand higher technical military schools, and the approval of the ulema for these schools was generally secured by appointment of müderris (a professor in a medrese) as teachers in these schools.
Mustafa Reþit Paþa, Ali Paþa and Fuad Paþa, who would be the main actors of the Tanzimat period, served in the Tercüme Odasý as a part of their education in the bureaucracy.
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 The Ottoman Empire in the Seventeenth Century
Mustafa once again proved his incompetence and after fifteen months (1622-23) was deposed in favor of the twelve-year-old Murad IV - one of Ahmed's younger sons.
Mustafa II was energetic and committed to retrieving the Turks' military fortunes.
Mustafa retreated to the pleasures of Adrianople and was deposed in 1703 by rebellious janissaries.
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 Mustafa II. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-07
1664–1703, Ottoman sultan (1695–1703), nephew and successor of Ahmed II.
The Turkish defeat (1697) at Senta by Prince Eugene of Savoy led to negotiations in 1699 (see Karlowitz, Treaty of) that marked the end of the Turkish military threat to Europe.
Mustafa II was succeeded by his brother, Ahmed III.
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 Mahmud II Summary
The leader of this rebellion, Mustafa Bayrakdar, then became Mahmud II's vizier and took the initiative in resuming reforms that had been terminated by the conservative coup of 1807 that had brought Mustafa IV to power.
Mahmud II also addressed some of the worst abuses connected with the Vakif's, by placing the revenues under the administration of the state; but he did net venture, to apply this vast mass of property to the general purposes of flue government.
Mahmud II appears to have been unable to affect the reforms he desired in the mode of educating his children, so that his son received no better education than that given to Ottoman princes in the harem.
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Mustafa II Following Ahmed II's death 1695, Mustafa II became sultan.
Mustafa was disappointed by his military failure and he hoped to redeem himself with an invasion of Hungary the next year.
The Following year, the Janissaries rebelled in Istanbul and forced Mustafa II to abdicate in favor of his brother, Ahmed III.
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 AllRefer.com - Mustafa II (Turkish And Ottoman History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Mustafa II 1664–1703, Ottoman sultan (1695–1703), nephew and successor of Ahmed II.
The Turkish defeat (1697) at Senta by Prince Eugene of Savoy led to negotiations in 1699 (see Karlowitz, Treaty of) that marked the end of the Turkish military threat to Europe.
Mustafa II was succeeded by his brother, Ahmed III.
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 Atatürk
Mustafa Kemal's career almost ended soon after his graduation when it was discovered that he and several friends were meeting to read about and discuss political abuses within the empire.
Mustafa Kemal and Ali Faut were sent to the 5th Army in Damascus, where Mustafa Kemal was angered by the way corrupt officials were treating the local people.
During the battle, Mustafa Kemal was hit by a piece of shrapnel, which lodged in the watch he carried in his breast pocket and thus failed to cause him serious injury.
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 Mustafa II - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mustafa II 1664-1703, Ottoman sultan (1695-1703), nephew and successor of Ahmed II.
Pope Benedict XVI is welkomed by Mustafa Cagrici (L), mufti of...
Pope Benedict XVI is welcomed by Mustafa Cagrici (L), mufti of...
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 Ahmed III — FactMonster.com
Ahmed III, 1673–1736, Ottoman sultan (1703–30), brother and successor of Mustafa II to the throne of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey).
Mustafa II - Mustafa II, 1664–1703, Ottoman sultan (1695–1703), nephew and successor of Ahmed II.
Mustafa III - Mustafa III, 1717–73, Ottoman sultan (1757–73), son of Ahmed III.
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 Mahmud II - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Mahmud II (1785-1839), sultan of the Ottoman Empire (1808-39), dedicated to the failing effort of strengthening the empire.
Son of Mustafa II, Mahmud I was the 24th Ottoman sultan.
Mahmud II (Ottoman Turkish : محمود ثاني Mahmud-ı s ānī) (July 20, 1785 – July 1, 1839) was the 30th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1808 until his death.
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 Leseprobe II
Beeilung!”, rief Mustafa ungeduldig und sah kopfschüttelnd zu dem letzten Fluggast, der gerade über den Korbrand sprang.
Mustafa stützte sich mit seinen Ellbogen auf den Korbrand und schaute zu ihr hin.
Mustafa hob die Schirmmütze vom Kopf und sagte: “Wir sehen uns wieder, Mina Zinkgraf - bis dahin, immer schön brav bleiben.” Er lächelte, während der Korb in die Höhe stieg.
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 Ahmed II
Ahmed was the son of Sultan Ibrahim I and succeeded his brother Suleiman II in 1691.
His best known act was to confirm Mustafa Kuprili[?] as grand vizier.
Only a few weeks after his accession the Ottoman Empire sustained a crushing defeat at Slankamen[?] from the Austrians under Prince Louis of Baden and was driven from Hungary.
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 Mustafa Akyol: Abdulhamid II and The 'Armenian Genocide' - AMERIKAN TURKS
Mustafa Akyol: Abdulhamid II and The 'Armenian Genocide' - AMERIKAN TURKS
Mustafa Akyol: Abdulhamid II and The 'Armenian Genocide'
Mustafa Akyol's "A Sultan with Swat" (Dec. 26) ends with the suggestion that we "recover the spirit of Islamic modernity personified by the piano-playing Sufi, Abdul Hamid II." That same Abdul Hamid II was responsible for murdering over 200,000 Christian Armenians between 1894 and 1896, which laid the groundwork for the 1915 Armenian genocide.
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 Mustafa II in armor | Musée du Louvre
Mustafa II ascended to the throne in 1695, abdicated in 1703, and died the following year.
Among these, there is a signed portrait of Mustafa II; he is shown alone, leaning on a cushion, and holding a handkerchief.
The Louvre's portrait, depicting the sultan as a warrior clad in armor, is relatively rare - it was probably meant to emphasize Mustafa's role as commander in chief.
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 The Ottoman harem - All About Turkey
Mustafa I Kösem ======= AHMED I ======= Mahfiruz
Mustafa I Kösem ======= AHMED I ======= Mahfiruz 1617-1618 1623-1651 1603-1617 1622-1623
In 1566, Selim II reversed the decree of Mehmed the Conqueror (r.
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 artan abstract and paper   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mustafa himself was a product of the Palace School, and after serving as the agha of the Privy Chamber, became the ser destarî (chief turban keeper) and personal companion of the sultan in 1663-4.
Mustafa Pa?a had three sons from his previous marriage(s), in addition to which the couple are recorded, over eleven years, as bringing forth four sons of their own.
But curiously, there ensued another brief four-year reign, with Mustafa II finally succeeding the last of his uncles in early 1695, and in such determined fashion, too, as to waste not a single minute, this time, in imposing himself on the throne and receiving allegiance in the Edirne Palace.
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 SULTAN MUSTAFA II (1695-1703) - Turkey - AboutTurkey.com
Sultan Mustafa II was born on 6th February 1664, in Istanbul.
Sultan Mustafa II, accepted to sign a peace treaty, especially after the mediation of the English Government.
Sultan Mustafa II settled in Edirne instead of Istanbul because of his interest in hunting.
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He was a son of sultan Mehmed IV and abdicated in favor of his Ahmed III in 1703.
Mustafa sought to turn back the Austrian advance into his Empire and in 1697 took the field in person to Hungary.
Mustafa was in favour of his cousin Ahmed III.
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 Mavi Boncuk: Levni | Mustafa II in armor   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mustafa II ascended to the throne in 1695, abdicated in 1703, and died the following year.
Among these, there is a signed portrait of Mustafa II; he is shown alone, leaning on a cushion, and holding a handkerchief.
The Louvre's portrait, depicting the sultan as a warrior clad in armor, is relatively rare - it was probably meant to emphasize Mustafa's role as commander in chief.
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On May 29 1453, Mehmet II conquered Constantinople and pronounced that the city would be the last capital of the Ottoman Empire.
The relatively peaceful reign of Bayezit II (1481-1512) was marked by a few expeditions in the Aegean Sea against the Greek harbours still held by the Venetians (fall of Lepanto in 1499, Modon and Coron in 1500).
Tsar Alexander II's accession to the throne and the capture of Sevastopol by the allied troops led to peace negotations.
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He was found incompetent after a short while and replaced with the 14 year old Osman II named Genç (Young) Osman because of his young age but he was killed in a revolt of “Janissaries” and “cavalry soldiers” and Mustafa I was throned again in 1622.
Following the reigns of Süleyman II, Ahmed III and Mustafa II, in the 18th century Sultan Ahmed III came to power between the years 1703-1730 and during his time, referred to as “Tulip Era”, peace and entertainment prevailed.
When Mahmud II died in 1839 he was succeeded by his 16 year-old son Abdülmecit I, who had a tomb built for his father in Divanyolu where he was buried.
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 Mustafa II - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mustafa II (1664-1703), Sultan of the Ottoman Empire (1695-1703).
The history of Bucharest can be traced back to the 14th century, when Ottoman rulers built a fortress here to gain control of the trade route to...
Mahmud II (1785-1839), Sultan of the Ottoman Empire (1808-1839), dedicated to the failing effort of strengthening the empire.
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 MUSTAFA II   (Site not responding. Last check: )
MUSTAFA II Mustafa II era il sultan dell'impero del ottoman da 1695 a 1703.
Mustafa cercato per girare indietro l'avanzamento austriaco nel suo impero ed in 1697 ha preso il campo in persona a reconquer Ungheria.
Mustafa deposed per il suo cugino Ahmed III.
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 17th Century Islamic History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In Indonesia death of Iskandar II; accession of the Queen Tajul Alam.
1690: Death of the Ottoman Sultan Sulaiman II, accession of Ahmad II.
1692: Death of the Turk Sultan Ahmad II, accession of Mustafa II.
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 Mustafa II - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mustafa II (born February_6, 1664) was the sultan of the Ottoman_Empire from 1695 to 1703.
By the 1699 Peace of Carlowitz, Mustafa ceded Hungary and Transylvania to Austria, Morea to the Venetian_Republic and withdrew Turkish forces from Polish Podolia.
Mustafa was deposed in favour of his cousin Ahmed III Preceded by:Ahmed_II (1691-1695) Ottoman_sultans Succeeded by:Ahmed_III (1703-1730)
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