Turkish War

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Berzasca - Villages - Liubcova
... It was settled following the Ottoman defeat in the Great Turkish War, with Romanians brought in from a sheltered zone as well as Serbs ... Following the Turkish attacks of 1738, part of the Austro-Turkish War of 1737–1739, when Moldova Veche was completely destroyed, Liubcova suffered the same fate ... In 1788, during the Austro-Turkish War of 1787-1791, after the Turks crossed the Danube, they stationed three companies of soldiers on the territory of both villages ...
Georges Thenault - Publicity
... World War I Home fronts Theatres European Balkans Western Front Eastern Front Italian Front Middle Eastern Caucasus Mesopotamia Sinai and Palestine Gallipoli Persia South ... Versailles Consequences Aftermath "Fourteen Points" League of Nations World War I memorials Category Portal World War I at Wiktionary WWI Textbooks at Wikibooks WWI Quotations at Wikiquote WWI Source texts at ...
Second Battle Of İnönü
... The Second Battle of İnönü (Greek ?, Turkish İkinci İnönü Muharebesi) was fought between 26 and 31 March 1921 near İnönü in present-day Eskişehir Province, Turkey during the ... It marked a turning point in the Greco-Turkish War and the Turkish War of Independence of which it was a part, as Greek forces had previously been ...
Austro-Turkish War Of 1716–1718
... The Austro-Turkish War was fought between Austria and the Ottoman Empire ... First, the Turkish Grand Vizier Baltacı Mehmet's army defeated Peter the Great's Russian Army in the Russo-Turkish War (1710–1711) ... Thereafter, in the Turkish–Venetian War (1714–1718), the new Grand Vizier Damat Ali re-conquered Morea from the Venetians in 1715 ...
Trench Code - Communications Discipline
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    The funny part of it all is that relatively few people seem to go crazy, relatively few even a little crazy or even a little weird, relatively few, and those few because they have nothing to do that is to say they have nothing to do or they do not do anything that has anything to do with the war only with food and cold and little things like that.
    Gertrude Stein (1874–1946)

    A Turkish bath—that marble paradise of sherbert and sodomy.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)