Turkish troops love

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  • They were joined by large bands of Arnauts from Albania and by the Turkish troops who had received no instructions The insurgents were defeated in bloody battles at Maglaj, Zepce, Jajce,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne

  • The troops already in camp at Lemnos, Kitchener decreed, were to remain on that island until the fleet had battered the inner forts into submission; thereupon, the field marshal conceded, it might be necessary to put a few men ashore at the Bulair neck of Gallipoli to prevent supplies from reaching isolated Turkish troops on the peninsula.

    Castles of Steel

  • The Turkish troops had already been withdrawn when he started on his forlorn hope – but the resistance he and his offered was such that the town of Tuzhi has not been ceded to this day.

    High Albania

  • The Turkish troops reached Oroshi, and burnt the house of the young chief, who then escaped.

    High Albania

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