The History of the Ottoman Empire (All Parts) - 1299 - 1922

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The entire history of the Ottoman Empire (All Parts) - 1299 - 1922
The Ottoman Empire was founded circa 1299 by Osman I in northwestern Asia Minor, south of the Byzantine capital Constantinople. The Ottomans crossed into Europe in 1352, moving their capital to Adrianople in 1369. They expanded in Asia Minor by annexing many small Turkic beylics.
They conquered Constantinople in 1453, and then expanded deep into Europe, northern Africa, and the Middle East. The Ottoman territory increased exponentially under Sultan Selim I, who assumed the Caliphate in 1517 as the Ottomans defeated the Mamluks of Egypt and annexed western Arabia, Egypt, Mesopotamia, and the Levant. Within the next few decades, much of the North African coast became part of the Ottoman realm. Slowly after many wars and internal problems, the Ottoman sultanate started to crumble. See the entire story in this video!
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Knowledgia
Knowledgia Жыл бұрын
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Mo Cenit
Mo Cenit 2 күн бұрын
, 😢 NJ
Deltafilm
Deltafilm 10 күн бұрын
1:00 izmit, bursa, iznik, etc were called differently in those years / change the name after they were conquered / otherwise you created confusion at 8 billion and so you already tamed
PAPAZA TAKLA ATTIRAN İMAM
PAPAZA TAKLA ATTIRAN İMAM 22 күн бұрын
In history, “Turkish people” are famous for their strength, there is even a French expression referring to it: Il est fort comme un Turc = He is strong as a Turkish.
Gauri Blomeyer
Gauri Blomeyer 26 күн бұрын
This empire had to fall as all empires. This is a law in history. We had the Roman, the Spanish, the British empire and all had to go because they suppressed their conquered countries. Despite of the clever people governing the Ottomans did not master the idea of a constant stable government. Once upon a time the head of a government was elected by elders. This stable concept found its end by inheritance of the crown to the sons and their constant killings under themselves. Another grave mistake was collecting the young boys from original Christian countries to serve as security to the sultan. At the end of this Ottomane empire there was however the unique hero Kemal Atatürk who copied all concepts of government by which the western powers were superior. He even changed the language, the Arabian and introduced the funny letters from the German language Üü and Öö.
Nick
Nick Жыл бұрын
My great grandma was 17 years old when the Ottoman Empire was dissolved. I've met her, she died in 2009. It's amazing, it was founded in 1299 and is almost still in living memory!
Christopher St. Christopher
Christopher St. Christopher 10 ай бұрын
I can't express my gratitude for this and similar channels. I'm a history nerd, currently broke and in residential flux, so being able to watch this video and check out for a little while is huge. Thanks a million, to you and all the history creators on KZbin.
Matthias Moers
Matthias Moers 2 күн бұрын
​@jonathan roberts Arabian tribes...
jonathan roberts
jonathan roberts Ай бұрын
the middle east and holy land had peace and success under ottoman empire and turkey
Joi Kramat
Joi Kramat Ай бұрын
Bro..never look at one side stories...do more research and u'll will find the truth..never fully believed the social media..
David Long
David Long 2 ай бұрын
I second that!
Skully Bros
Skully Bros Жыл бұрын
Amazing history video about the Ottoman Dynasty! Before watching this, I did not know anything about the Ottoman Empire other than it being an Islam state, but this video has given me so much knowledge about the accomplishments each Ottoman ruler has achieved. Keep making more of these qualitative videos! :)
purple.
purple. 27 күн бұрын
​@Trevin Owens So does the modern left.
Abdülkadir Sakız
Abdülkadir Sakız Ай бұрын
@LittleHermite Bir türk olarak bende Mehmet Aliyi sevmem Osmanlıya isyan etti
JeruLew
JeruLew 3 ай бұрын
I enjoyed this history lesson. The way the story was told is easy to follow and using the illustration of the land and the sultans was engaging and fun.
Derick
Derick 2 ай бұрын
left out a lot
Mary Santiago
Mary Santiago Жыл бұрын
History is not just theirs it's ours as a human race. I'm fascinated with ancient civilizations around the globe 🌎 with that said I'm going to watch the history of the ottoman empire and love learning more and more about the brave men and women that fought for their legacy, for future generations. May they never be forgotten. Forever honored and given the utmost respect.
necip caglayan
necip caglayan 3 күн бұрын
agree;;;;;;;;;;
JV Void
JV Void Ай бұрын
Legacy.. interesting word. For every brave man and woman who fought for that, there were brave men and women fighting against them, for their legacy. Very curious, partisan statement of yours.
İlbilge Hatun
İlbilge Hatun 7 ай бұрын
@lOuss Islamic ❤️🤲🙌
Matt Sankey
Matt Sankey 8 ай бұрын
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Tyler Reinke
Tyler Reinke 7 ай бұрын
My partner and I are travel abroad and like to learn and experience new cultures together. One of our next stops is Türkiye. Tonight, as I was reading articles about the this truly fascinating (to me) part of the world, I discovered, watched, and saved this video to watch with him. The narrator is truly informative and his description was captivating. Thank you for enriching and expanding my mind!
AI Book Club
AI Book Club Жыл бұрын
One of my favorites facts from history is that the ottomans and austrians spent centuries fighting each other and collapsed fighting together.
S M
S M 4 күн бұрын
​​@S K austrians empire survived for 1000 years and was known as Holy Roman Empire started with Otto the great and ending with Francis 2. Even after fall of that empire, the empire continued till Karl of Austria- Hungary.
S M
S M 4 күн бұрын
​@Sultanate[🇹🇲] [TBF] [GMU] Austrians loose the war because neigther austria nor germany was capturing colonies in the rest of the world. You can check most of those died in WW1 for the brits were Indian soldiers. The result of WW1 is a global tragedy.
S M
S M 4 күн бұрын
​@memories of my childhood they conquered Africa. That is different ftom colonization.
S M
S M 4 күн бұрын
Its because of the weekness of Ottomans we lossed ww1 against Greece, Brit and Russia alliance.
Chelsea Godfather
Chelsea Godfather 8 ай бұрын
Brilliant history of the great Ottoman Empire. It doesn't get as much attention as the Roman Empire but it's just as important in world history. Thanks for sharing!❤️
J N
J N Ай бұрын
@Vangelis Skia who are those ‘civilised states worldwide’? 😂
Lily Wood
Lily Wood 2 ай бұрын
@PAPAZA TAKLA ATTIRAN İMAM Rumi for one
Chillinpeper
Chillinpeper 2 ай бұрын
@Enri Ib ngl rome was cool and modern and all but empires like ottoman were like so facinating to see and shine they were glorius but which is more glorius is upto opinions
Spiritual Panda
Spiritual Panda 9 ай бұрын
Man, I love this guys videos. It takes a LONG time to actually make these videos. A full documentary! The highest amount of respect from me.
Görkem
Görkem Ай бұрын
I can't imagine how much time you put into this perfectly-made documentary. Thank you!
MMart
MMart Жыл бұрын
Great, it got me really interested until the end.. I was expecting a little more on the Ottoman Portuguese fronts in Africa and India, but so much was going on at that time, it's not easy to resume over 6 centuries into about 1 and a half hour animation doc.... well done!
Chillinpeper
Chillinpeper 2 ай бұрын
@Jabbo idk how is that rubbish looks like info to me but uhh idk if he is being wrong or correct who knows
MMart
MMart 6 ай бұрын
@Osi well... yes hehe. They had some alliances there, but the Portuguese never lost a war in the Indian ocean, so they failed to get in, every single time...
Osi
Osi 6 ай бұрын
What? Ottomans in India??
Jabbo
Jabbo Жыл бұрын
@ShortsMediaHD he’s spamming Albanian rubbish on every video, he’s very insecure
ShortsMediaHD
ShortsMediaHD Жыл бұрын
@𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐 It's not just the Albanians. The Ottoman system was very good and the commanders were trained from Persians, Arabs and Balkans.
THETurKisHEditz
THETurKisHEditz 2 ай бұрын
*Türklere Burdan Selamlar! 🇹🇷🇹🇲🇺🇿🇦🇿🇰🇿🇰🇬*
OYUN VE TARİH KANALI
OYUN VE TARİH KANALI 17 күн бұрын
Selam
BenMarcus
BenMarcus Ай бұрын
🇹🇷💪👍
Alex Gorecki
Alex Gorecki Жыл бұрын
I always wanted to learn about the Ottoman Empire, and this documentary did it perfectly for me to just jot down notes and spread out my research to other aspects. I hope there will be many more documentaries like possibly on the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth on how it begun and to the downfall like this would be amazing! but also i want to say keep up the great work. You deserve a lot more subscribers than you have.
OneLove
OneLove 27 күн бұрын
It’s so biased it’s not history. This is the worst place to get your history.
Asko
Asko 2 ай бұрын
Крени од историје Срба али праве историје и ако си у могућности погледај архиве Ватикана и Беча па ће ти много јасније бити, колико је историја коју учимо ЛАЖНА. Лп.
Gauri Blomeyer
Gauri Blomeyer 2 ай бұрын
What about the social life and how the Ottomans collected very young boys in Serbia and other countries against the will of their parents, forced them to become muslims and finally guards of the Sultans, forbidden to form a family ?
god is the way
god is the way 3 ай бұрын
@꧁ ࿗ ࿌Timurcuヅ꧂T͜͡c٭ many have armenian greek
Vural Demirelli
Vural Demirelli 3 ай бұрын
When researching the Ottoman empire, you are researching Islam because if you do not know how to understand Ottoman history, you cannot understand the history of the Ottoman state of aliye.
Ethan Fowler
Ethan Fowler Жыл бұрын
I would LOVE a video like this (or the parts broken up then put together like this one originally) on Russia and Anvient Rome. You do an amazing job telling a broad history with just the right amount of context
hilal sahin
hilal sahin Жыл бұрын
The video is very well worked and widely covered about almost everything in Ottoman history. I just thought maybe you could tell a bit more about Cem Sultan, that whole series of events are really important for Ottomans' relations with Europeans. Also, as a Turkish person, i think there are so many wrong pronounciations of the names. Even if i did understand what you are saying i had a bit of confusion sometimes. That could have been more worked on but overall the video is really good!
Y.L
Y.L 2 ай бұрын
As a Jew: welcome to the club.
Dylan Lewis
Dylan Lewis 10 ай бұрын
@hilal sahin who decides that?
Kerim Kerim
Kerim Kerim 11 ай бұрын
@hilal sahin nice than😊
hilal sahin
hilal sahin 11 ай бұрын
@Kerim Kerim I have bad news for you too. I know Ottoman, I’m not that desperate for people to acknowledge the right way of pronounciation without having a background of the language.
Patrick Bennett
Patrick Bennett 9 ай бұрын
Please add subtitles that are not auto-generated, it would be so helpful for research. Your videos are awesome btw! Keep it up!
Jj T
Jj T Жыл бұрын
Wow! What a magnificent and intensive marathon of history. Wonderful job, very well researched and presented!
bananasuit
bananasuit 3 ай бұрын
I love this channel. I learned so much and there are many details we couldnt learn in history. Learning with map and characters moving like chess is so much faster to memory. Thanks for all your hard work and animation
Elżbieta Betlej
Elżbieta Betlej Жыл бұрын
The jannisaries troops were very problematic when they realized they actually were able to impose their will on Sultan if they were unhappy. But I can say in every country when one unit gained to much power and started to think about their own gain not the country wellfare, it is when powerfull country starts to collapse.
J N
J N Ай бұрын
@MyDreamside lol where did you get to ‘see original turks’? tell us so that we could go have a look too 😂
MyDreamside
MyDreamside 3 ай бұрын
@𐱅𐰭𐰼𐰃𐰤𐰤:𐰶𐰃𐰺𐰉𐰲𐰃 the fact that the majority of modern turks have not turkic characterestics should show you that they were the minority, also its not about wasting their own people, they were warriors that's how they lived,
𐱅𐰭𐰼𐰃𐰤𐰤:𐰶𐰃𐰺𐰉𐰲𐰃
𐱅𐰭𐰼𐰃𐰤𐰤:𐰶𐰃𐰺𐰉𐰲𐰃 3 ай бұрын
@MyDreamside Turks weren't few. Why would you waste your own people while you can waste others? There is lot of sources proves in 15th century only one of the 24 Oghuz tribes had over 500k+ population in Anatolia. Make better researches so don't spread wrong infos.
Barış Palabıyık
Barış Palabıyık 4 ай бұрын
@MyDreamside Also the biggest invasions and expansions happened when Ottomans had little amount of palace guard Janisarries (it goes crazy later on), so your last sentence is inaccurate.
Barış Palabıyık
Barış Palabıyık 4 ай бұрын
​@MyDreamside LoL, it's not the reason, the reason is so that their palace guards can't be influenced by anything other than sultan. Recruiting Turks would be faced with resistance from the lords and, they might bring their tribe's agenda to the palace, recruiting invaded nation's smallest kid(if they had more) gave them ability to mold their character to the empire's goals, when Jannisarries became big and powerful, people started volunteering their kids to them since you could rise up to all the way up, get rich and even bring your christian family to the palace later on, pretty much all of the high ranking officials were Devshirme(this process of forced recruitment). This practice somewhat existed in East Romans and Persians before. Turks were the soldier class anyways so no extra recruitment needed there. I am not saying it was fair or correct, but shit on it for the correct reasons at least :D
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi 7 ай бұрын
Very well done! This was interesting, factual and yet quite enjoyable!
Ali Saiyan
Ali Saiyan 6 ай бұрын
Wow man huge respect dude! That's some serious encyclopedic research! I commend you for your incredible work and it was amazingly explained, you deserve all the views and subscriptions! Dude I felt like I was watching The Legend Of The Saiyans lol 😂 Turkey breathes and lives through wars, they are surrounded by literally by everyone
BabyLebron
BabyLebron 6 ай бұрын
It's basically the Wikipedia article but with nice animations
Jeffrey Smith
Jeffrey Smith 8 ай бұрын
Just to let you know: Louis II of Hungary was not executed. During the Hungarian Retreat after the Ottoman's won the Battle of Mochas, while attempting to climb up a steep cliff with his horse, Louis fell backwards off his horse and due to the weight of his armor, he could not get up and drowned.
süleyman ünal
süleyman ünal Ай бұрын
Don’t cry baby
B. F.
B. F. 2 ай бұрын
battle of Mohács, you mean.
emrefifty
emrefifty 6 ай бұрын
Hungarian Bedtime Story to feel better about themselves. 😂😂
baldrick1485
baldrick1485 7 ай бұрын
Cok inandirici. Koca krali sudan cikaracak bi allahin kulu da yok o sirada di mi?
S Glaudé
S Glaudé 2 күн бұрын
It's astonishing & wonderful that this information is readily available! It use to be on the History Channel which now shows God knows what!!??!! Thank goodness for this & similar posts! It's such incredible good fortune for those of us who love & appreciate historical facts. I am so loving this!! Thank you so much for sharing this within us! It is greatly appreciated💖
Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt Жыл бұрын
“Either I conquer Constantinople, or Constantinople conquers me.” - Mehmed II
Grand Aquila
Grand Aquila 13 күн бұрын
@Gabriel Garcia You can cry 😆🤪
kenzii
kenzii Ай бұрын
@A-B-K its Mehmed
Jim Londos
Jim Londos Ай бұрын
It was 100k janissaries savages against 7500 Byzantine defenders. And even then it took him months to capture Constantinople. There is nothing heroic about that.Heroic would've been if he had defeated the Roman army of the west which never came under Pope's command. So he cannot be the Supreme leader leader of Christianity instead of the Patriarch of Constantinople.
abcd efg
abcd efg Жыл бұрын
Man, i am so grateful that i live in a time where i can learn the history of an entire empire without travelling thousands of kilometers and browsing through hunderds of books
Mohammed Abdul
Mohammed Abdul Жыл бұрын
A medieval empire which survived long enough to be seen in photos. What a great empire!
Cheryl Vergin
Cheryl Vergin 25 күн бұрын
Forced castration, forced abortion, slavery, and underage sex slavery. They were HORRIBLE!
İskambilimparatoru
İskambilimparatoru 7 ай бұрын
@Houssine Atm dont think so. They were an ally of ottomans
reaction
reaction 10 ай бұрын
@partly cloudy not empires... Const. Monarchy rlly.. monarchs had no power there
Houssine Atm
Houssine Atm 10 ай бұрын
@partly cloudy moroccan one too,they were in a constant wars against ottomans
ﷺ
10 ай бұрын
@partly cloudy Not really, they have been disunified for hundreds of years, especially Spain.
ny ny
ny ny 9 ай бұрын
When Mehmed II called his father back to the throne his father refused. Although he was a child Mehmed II wrote his father a letter saying. " If you are the sultan come and take the throne, if I am the sultan than I order you to come and take the throne". Murad wanted to spend time in spirutual matters and become secluded but after his sons clever lettee he had no choice to take the throne.
Tokski De Castro
Tokski De Castro 9 ай бұрын
One of the greatest empires in human history, 1299-1922 even the year numbers are similar from its foundation until its dissolution..
Wings Property
Wings Property 29 күн бұрын
@StarsMyDestination Why should I cry?
StarsMyDestination
StarsMyDestination 29 күн бұрын
@Wings Property cry.
Lee Hossain
Lee Hossain 2 ай бұрын
Thanks for this amazing learning journey. I have been wanting to learn the history in an engaging and relatively easy way. This hits the learning sweet spot. ❤️
ibrahim juliardi S
ibrahim juliardi S 2 ай бұрын
Tremendously amaze historry of ottoman empire🔥✊🏻
PAPAZA TAKLA ATTIRAN İMAM
PAPAZA TAKLA ATTIRAN İMAM Жыл бұрын
"Courage leads people to victory, indecision to danger,cowardice to death." ~Selim the Grim
PAPAZA TAKLA ATTIRAN İMAM
PAPAZA TAKLA ATTIRAN İMAM 22 күн бұрын
In history, “Turkish people” are famous for their strength, there is even a French expression referring to it: Il est fort comme un Turc = He is strong as a Turkish.
Sonia G
Sonia G 2 ай бұрын
Goes to show how murderous barbaric blood runs in so many peoples blood to this day and looking at the world it makes perfect sense-- nothing changes except names, faces, geography. Until Yeshuah HaShen Returns Again Soon!
Recep Levent Altuntas
Recep Levent Altuntas 2 ай бұрын
Your cards Are wrong
Kota The Tragíc
Kota The Tragíc 3 ай бұрын
@Ian Tarry I would rather die a warrior than live the rest of my days disgraced as a coward.
Fredrik Andersson
Fredrik Andersson Жыл бұрын
Would love to see a full history just like this one about the Al-andalus in Spain and Portugal from the year of 711 to 1492!
Sonia G
Sonia G 2 ай бұрын
Same time of BARBARIANS in different skin & looks.
Sara Dias
Sara Dias 9 ай бұрын
Ya! Would be interesting.... 🤔 😏 Lol 😁
Andy Pipkin
Andy Pipkin Жыл бұрын
sick job, guys. Can't even imagine the amount of work that went into this. Subscribed
Bdleo
Bdleo 9 ай бұрын
Actually, a rather bad video.
Jay Dee
Jay Dee 9 ай бұрын
Learning about History shows us that it's a living thing and that all the modern empires and institutions and believs are not final but only another step in our evolution. It humbles me but at the same time gives me a sense of empowerment.
A Z
A Z 13 күн бұрын
​@Trey Youngley as a country. Not as an empire.
Trey Youngley
Trey Youngley 9 ай бұрын
Well USA already 300 years
Julio Rivera
Julio Rivera Жыл бұрын
As a curious fact, in the battle of Lepanto, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra , greatest Spanish writer ever, and author of Don Quijote de la Mancha, fought and lost the use of his left arm, giving him the name of “El Manco de Lepanto” throughout his life. (Manco is some one who misses a hand or an arm).
Aiden Gracey
Aiden Gracey 2 ай бұрын
I find it odd this era was never covered in school. Maybe it's due to being from a Christian country and it involves the downfall of Constantinople to the Muslim religion. Yet Romans are always covered due to Christian persecution and later there uprising. How this empire was long lived and recent gives insight to the culture of Europe and should be taught more. Bless you for making this and the algorithm for bringing me here
chuck norris
chuck norris Ай бұрын
Covered it in my grade school Massachusetts
Laura Ghioc
Laura Ghioc Жыл бұрын
Sultan Selim I (Suleyman father) was very strong. He conquered at least 30% of what Ottoman Empire would be.
galeinnight
galeinnight Ай бұрын
@Vangelis Skia yes, we do not care about his nationality, we care about what he done for the country.
Vangelis Skia
Vangelis Skia 3 ай бұрын
"Selim I, Ottoman sultan, Greek mother (Gulbahar Sultan, also known by her maiden name Ayşe Hatun); his father, Bayezid II, was also half Greek through his mother's side (Valide Sultan Amina Gul-Bahar or Gulbahar Khatun - a Greek convert to Islam) - this made Selim I three-quarters Greek." wiki/Greek_Muslims
Furkan
Furkan 5 ай бұрын
@Mairon Bravo
Mario
Mario 7 ай бұрын
this video is a work of Art! Absolutely incredible how this was put together, absolute respect!
Atreus Son of Hippodamia
Atreus Son of Hippodamia Жыл бұрын
I genuinely believe the Ottoman empire would've expanded even more if it had a better geological location, The Ottomans were surrounded by everyone yet they put up a good long fight
卐
24 күн бұрын
@Emre Bekdemir thankfully, Ataturk's ideas did not work too much in places like Kayseri where even today the majority population is still religious and keeps the Ottoman spirit (the same spirit which ruled 3 continents for 600 years) alive even today.
卐
24 күн бұрын
@Emre Bekdemir you do realize Ataturk wanted to free the Turks from the Ottoman Empire and the Ottoman mentality right? that is why he introduced a number of secular laws to ensure that Turks do not stay religious Muslim.
卐
24 күн бұрын
@Emre Bekdemir The Turkish Republic can never be called a child of the Ottoman. this is because the founder of Turkish Republic, Ataturk, had anti-Ottoman ideas. he abolished the Ottoman Caliphate which ruled Anatolia with strong sharia law for 600 years and kept the Turkish peasants religious whilst also using them as soldiers (sepahis and akinjis).
卐
24 күн бұрын
The Ottomans were the ones doing the conquering most of the time lmao. I mean it is natural they will be attacked by enemies on each side when they were the ones taking their "enemies" lands most of the time.
winged hussar
winged hussar 3 ай бұрын
@Joshua Scafidi it was always ottomans goal to conquer Europe .literally the only reason they took over land because they thought they were the next roman empire issue is Europe was way to strong at the time for even an empire as strong as ottomans to take over. Roman's learned after awhile they could not expand more and were fine with what they had ,ottomans never learned to stop expanding until it was to late
Austin Perry
Austin Perry 3 ай бұрын
How has HBO, or any tv show creator missed this kind of history
Mavi Şensoy
Mavi Şensoy 15 күн бұрын
@Rawi Atatürk Türk tarihinin en önemli kişisidir çünkü kadınlara haklar tanımıştır
MM
MM 28 күн бұрын
eurocentrism
Frog/Life S
Frog/Life S Ай бұрын
@Shastamcnasty In a positive? It would be in a negative way. The ottoman empire was evil and cruel.
K Does Gaming
K Does Gaming Ай бұрын
Sorry it’s called “rise of empires-ottoman” focusing on Mehmed II, the second season is Mehmed vs Vlad
Alpay Erdoğrul
Alpay Erdoğrul Жыл бұрын
As a Türk who knows a quite amount about Türks history, the video is in a very objective tone. Pretty good work. Keep it up!
Dünya Misafiri
Dünya Misafiri 2 ай бұрын
One missing information in Mehmet II the conquerer's time. East of Italy, Otranto was conquered by Gedik Ahmet Pasha. They were going for Rome but Mehmed died during the battle preparations.
卐
24 күн бұрын
Gedik Ahmed Pasha, the conqueror of Otranto! Elhamdulillah!
Abdülkadir Sakız
Abdülkadir Sakız Ай бұрын
Padişahlar sefer yapacağı yeri belirtmezler Roma olabilir 2.rodos seferi olabilir Gırnatadaki müslümanlar için olabilir
Mete
Mete Ай бұрын
@Spirit Of Elijah they took it :)
Do It Different
Do It Different Ай бұрын
@Spirit Of Elijah Yeah like Mehmed spanked the eastern Romans and trebizond
Geordie Jones
Geordie Jones Жыл бұрын
Some of the indigenous populations on this map were under near constant occupation for something like 2700 years, spanning the couple centuries after the Bronze Age Collapse (earliest Greek colonies) to WWI (fall of the Ottomans). Greeks, Persians, Romans, Muslims even the Mongols held these territories for centuries at a time. The 20th/21st centuries sometimes feel so far removed from the constant empire building that preceded. But even today, the USA and China fit the bill for empires.
Denise G- Hill
Denise G- Hill Жыл бұрын
There is a made for Turkish TV series called the Magnificent Century 140 Episodes. It starts with Sultan Suleiman Khan as a Prince who then becomes Sultan when his Father dies. Suleiman ruled for 46 years. Its brilliant with English subtitles even if the English is not very good it doesn't matter. Obviously there is lots of Artistic licence but it's absolutely fascinating.
almalki
almalki 2 ай бұрын
@Huda Jama kurulus osman doesnt have anything from history at all
Huda Jama
Huda Jama 4 ай бұрын
check out kurulus osman and uyanis buyuk selcuklu too
Cayenne Zima
Cayenne Zima 7 ай бұрын
That is what got me into the Ottoman Empire.. Now I am crazy to know all that I can about it. I then watched the Kosem Magnificent Century. I want more.
Sinan Yar
Sinan Yar 9 ай бұрын
Artistik lisans ne demek?
Wolfgang Rauh
Wolfgang Rauh Жыл бұрын
Thank you for this excellent presentation! One problem remains with all work done on historical topics by native speakers of English. The pronounciation of names of persons or places is in most cases distorted beyond recognition.
Wolfgang Rauh
Wolfgang Rauh Жыл бұрын
@Gen Goose Khan You are right. In many cases we have no idea how ancient Greek or Persian names were pronounced and therefore we do not have a 'correct' pronounciation. This was less of a problem in pre-internet times. Nowadays maybe the UNESCO could organize a conference where a standard pronounciation could be given to our world heritage of historic names.
Gen Goose Khan
Gen Goose Khan Жыл бұрын
It's not exclusive to English speakers.
Drag0n Z0ne
Drag0n Z0ne 6 ай бұрын
This is one of my favorite videos to watch. I don't know why but I keep finding myself coming back to this video every few months. Keep up the good work up.
Omar AbouZeid
Omar AbouZeid Жыл бұрын
Seeing how much different the world was in the not very far past, says how much the world will change. This is the wisdom of learning history. It shatters the default assumption of any given historical point that history has stopped.
Eric
Eric 8 ай бұрын
Though the Ottoman Empire was far from perfect, its demise has in some ways been a disaster for the Middle East. All kinds of ethnic and religious hatreds that had been kept under control by the Ottomans ignited in the decades following its collapse (many parts of the Middle East had more ethnic/religious diversity prior to the Ottoman collapse). And the end of the last Muslim caliphate, together with the Wahhabi takeover of Mecca and Medina, paved the way for the Saudis to promote a more intolerant and puritanical brand of Islam.
Frog/Life S
Frog/Life S Ай бұрын
@gerkey The balkans destroyed the ottoman empire and then set themselves free. And yugoslavia and greece were not under the soviets.
Dogan Sahin AKGUL
Dogan Sahin AKGUL 3 ай бұрын
very good point definitely true
Joe Machine
Joe Machine 5 ай бұрын
Balkans too, since WWI started in Serbia. Also gotta mention that The Arab regions had artificial lines drawn thru them by Britain and France, contributing to ethnic divisions. Then of course the creation of Euro colony Israel in Palestine.
MynameJeb
MynameJeb Жыл бұрын
the Ottoman influence ranged as far as modern Sumatra Island of Indonesia. making a Protectorate of Sultanate of Aceh under the Ottoman's control. the Ottoman played a significant role in the Aceh's conquest of Malacca (modern day Malaysia and Singapore territories)
卐
24 күн бұрын
@cemrenin bardağı evet
卐
24 күн бұрын
@esrefatas we don't love modern Turkish republic. We love Ottoman Caliphate that's it bro. but unfortunately many Muslims confuse modern Turkey as a successor to the caliphate so maybe that is why you think they love Turkish country today.
MynameJeb
MynameJeb 2 ай бұрын
@esrefatas yep its way more than just one time military aid, the exchange of culture and trade with Turkish muslims contributed heavily to the development of economy in the region, and the emergence of muslim-indonesian merchant class. its not really out of pocket since Ottoman have been doing similar kinds of expeditions and relations with petty kingdoms of India as well at the time
esrefatas
esrefatas 2 ай бұрын
As Turkish all I know is : Ottomans responded Aceh requests against Portugal and donated warships and cannons which were destroyers and Patriot systems of it’s time.Well it seems we have gained a lot of love and respect from other side of the world lol
Raditya
Raditya 7 ай бұрын
@MynameJeb some region maybe like Batak people in Toba region practised Parmalim in 16th centuries before they contacted with Christianity in 19th centuries while other like Angkola or Mandailing embrace Muslim faith
AjaX Nation
AjaX Nation Жыл бұрын
38:31 Fez wasn't seized from the Portuguese. What happened is that they were 2 Moroccan dynasties at the same time. As the Saadis started capturing more and more land an eventually Fez, the Wattasids saw their end closing and decided to ask the neighboring Ottomans for help in exchange for allegiance. Fez remained under the Wattasids for 9 months as a vassal state before their dynasty was defeated and the Ottomans made peace with new Dynasty since they've claimed to be a Caliphate themselves.
The Traveler
The Traveler Жыл бұрын
Only found your channel today. Thanks for making history interesting and informative.
MegaBlueGuy
MegaBlueGuy 10 ай бұрын
Watched the whole video, very interesting. Seeing these old empires really show how insignificant modern day super powers like America, Russia, China, etc really are today and how they can easily become a moving map like these videos in the future. A good reason why the only things that truly matters is one's family, faith, and personal interests.
Kaeyice
Kaeyice Жыл бұрын
This video literally explained what I couldn’t learn for a year in school in only one hour and a half. Thanks, Knowledgia.
Steve Bishop
Steve Bishop 14 күн бұрын
I was hoping for more content on the Battle of Megiddo in 1918. Oh well! Enjoyed all the rest. And thanks.
PAPAZA TAKLA ATTIRAN İMAM
PAPAZA TAKLA ATTIRAN İMAM Жыл бұрын
Those who founded and developed the Ottoman Empire had "Turkishness consciousness" and at the same time did not neglect the knowledge of "ummah". Ki question is "national" and the other "religious" identity. The two achieve perfection together. Famous Ottoman historian and Shaykh al-Islam Hodja Sadeddin Efendi uses expressions such as "Turkish heroes", "Turkish soldiers whose victories are shadowed" while describing the Ottoman conquests in his work titled "Tacü't Tevarih". On the other hand, Mustafa Ali of Gelibolulu, one of the most important historians of the 16th century, underlines his knowledge of "Turk" with the definition of "elite nation, beautiful ummah, Turkish nation" in the history of "Kühn-ul Ahbar". Solakzade Mehmet Hemdemi Efendi, one of the historians of the 17th century, mentions in his works "the son of the Turk who conquered Constantinople" Almost all palace historians attribute the Ottoman Dynasty to Oghuz Khan and Central Asia. They repeat it over and over again from the Ottomans, the Oghuz lineage and the Kayı Boyu. Fatih Sultan Mehmed, to his grandson from Cem Sultan "Oguz", II. He calls his grandson from Bayezid "Feared". Sultan II. The name of one of Abdülhamid's grandchildren is “Ertuğrul” (I think it was the poet Eşref, when they said “Sultan Abdülhamid became a grandson, they named him Ertuğrul”, he said, “When we say that the dynasty is over, are they starting again?” Malum: Osman Gazi The name of his father was “Ertuğrul”. When the Timur State claimed to be "Turkish", Sultan II. Murad feels the need to emphasize that the Ottoman Empire is also a "Turkish State" and puts Kayı Boyu's stamp on the coins and balls. Again, Sultan II. Turkish comes to the forefront during the Murad period, Yazıcızade Ali not only translates the "Selçukname" (Ibn Bibi) in which the Oghuzs and Turks are told into the Turkish of the time, but also enriches it with some additions and additions. In the period of Fatih, many religious, literary, moral, medical, political, dictionary and encyclopedic works are translated into Turkish. All official correspondence in the state is already in Turkish. Europeans are always the Ottoman "Turkey", the Sultan "Sultan of Turkey", in the Ottoman Empire "Turkey," he says, the Ottoman Empire in the map of Europe, "Turkish Empire" is shown as. So much so that the Europeans call the Muslim "turned Turkish". That is how Turkishness and Islam are identified. Although some of the grand viziers are "devshirme", the overwhelming majority of senior bureaucrats are "Turks". At the head of the administration is the "Turkish son Turkish" sultan. But the Ottoman State is never a "nation state". It was a multi-religious, multi-lingual, multiethnic formation. Therefore, top managers do not practice "Turkism", but they are never ashamed of their "Turkishness". As a matter of fact, the harsh response of Kanuni to the famous Grand Vizier Pargali Ibrahim Pasha who joked with Kanuni as "Big Turk" is famous: "Yes, I am Turk, do you have something to say?" You can imagine that Pargali went to the bottom of this answer.
Deborah Laloan
Deborah Laloan Жыл бұрын
I was listening to History of Ottoman Empire from another YT video one evening in 2015 before I fall asleep. Before I got out bed the next morning, my daughter surprised me by saying, "let us go to Turkey for 10 days Mama!" We did. It was very exciting. Feels like I want to go back and see more of Turkey.
Sana Ne
Sana Ne 10 ай бұрын
@𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐 Ataturk is only turkish. What would Ataturk do with you telling him, he is albanian… ask you this question
Sana Ne
Sana Ne 10 ай бұрын
@𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐 and now? it is a turkish empire
Burock
Burock Жыл бұрын
Turkey is very interesting place. I advise you to reback and get tour. If you want come again you van give a comment here. 😁 I live iin Istanbul. I can take you around.
Leo
Leo Жыл бұрын
In January 1566 Suleiman went to war for the last time.The siege of Szigetvár was fought from 5 August to 8 September 1566 and, though it resulted in an Ottoman victory, there were heavy losses on both sides. Both commanders died during the battle-Zrinski Croatian Ban ( duke) in the final charge and Suleiman in his tent from natural causes. ( even all know its not natural) More than 20,000 Ottomans had fallen during the attacks and almost all of Zrinski's 2,300-man garrison was killed, with most of the final 600 men killed on the last day.Although the battle was an Ottoman victory, it stopped the Ottoman push to Vienna that year. Thanks to Croatian ancient nobel house Šbić-Zrinski.
Mimoza Ufuk
Mimoza Ufuk 9 ай бұрын
@StealArts Ne sacmaliyorsun yahu
ShortsMediaHD
ShortsMediaHD Жыл бұрын
@StealArts tamam vardı selçuklulardan itibaren hemde ama eğer islamı öğretirsen başarılı bir şekilde asimile olur ki buna gerek yok çünkü soy babadan gelir tahta erkek geçer ve monarşi sandığın kadar kolay bi sistem değil elbet
ShortsMediaHD
ShortsMediaHD Жыл бұрын
@StealArts My friend, there was a settlement system in the Ottoman Empire, and it was called fighting for Islam, not assimilation, and there are such situations in every country (for example, there were more Turks than Mongols in the Mongolian army, the language of the army was Turkic, and the Mongol Empire was founded by the participation of Turkic states and many commanders.) Anyway, the lineage comes from the father. Turks are the ancestors of Turks. Also, if you think that the rulers of the Ottoman Empire were only from the Balkan nations, you are wrong
StealArts
StealArts Жыл бұрын
I don't know about this, but it's probably true. In any case, the rulers, soldiers and generals of the Ottoman Empire were mostly non-Turkish people. In fact, no Sultan who came after Suleiman I was not even a Turk.
Yana Romanova
Yana Romanova 8 ай бұрын
Thank you so much for such a complete doc!!!! Great amount of effort was put into this, I can tell!!! THANK YOU!!!!
khanchango
khanchango Жыл бұрын
Great job on the video, crazy how each Sultan outdid the previous ones.
Bitlon Travel
Bitlon Travel 2 ай бұрын
Beyazid the second was a remarkable leader. It's leaders of his stature that made Ottoman empire rule the world that long. Very impressive.
Sultan Murad IV
Sultan Murad IV Ай бұрын
@Abdülkadir Sakız zaten. Yıldırım Bayezid yaptığı fetihlerle iyi bir padişahtı ama Ankara savaşında yanlış yaparak esir düştü. Karşısında da Timur gibi bir adam var. Bu yenilgi Bayezidin kötü padişah olduğu anlamına gelmez.
Abdülkadir Sakız
Abdülkadir Sakız Ай бұрын
@Sultan Murad IV Bro kastetmek istediğin 1.Bayezid olabilir bir daha bak
Sultan Murad IV
Sultan Murad IV Ай бұрын
Yeah he was a good Sultan but not as good as Mehmet the Conquerer or Selim the Grim
Tarih Bilen Kedi
Tarih Bilen Kedi Ай бұрын
@Abdülkadir Sakız kanka ona göre güzel bize göre kötü 😃
TheShah
TheShah Жыл бұрын
Fantastic coverage of one of history’s most glorious empires!
all fredo
all fredo Жыл бұрын
Great presentation! Yess- very informative and I appreciate your time and dedication- look forward to more!
Irma Vincent
Irma Vincent Жыл бұрын
Thank you so much!!! I am always fascinated with the Ottoman culture, and this is the time to learn more and more!!!!
Çınar
Çınar 2 ай бұрын
@𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐 Arnavutlar için büyük bir şans olmuş yoksa Bizans'a yem olurdunuz
Sebbe staxxo
Sebbe staxxo Жыл бұрын
@𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐 Yes true. Ottomans empire had the millet system. People were regarded by their ottoman nationality instead of ethnicity and religion, Many high ranking officials were from balkan origin. Proud of that empire
Raw Kitchen
Raw Kitchen Ай бұрын
1. Bayezid died in a Mescid used as a dungeon in Aksehir Turkey. I am from that small town Aksehir and I remember going there on a school trip and visiting the dungeon right next to Seydi Mahmut Hayrani Tomb. Tour guide was from there and he mentioned that rumors say Bayezid drank the hidden poison in his ring to kill himself when he's captured by Timur.
Mmmm
Mmmm 9 ай бұрын
Thank you for this, I am currently working on an ottoman empire project for history, and this format helps me summarise and simplify info from sources I have already gathered.
English Words for Kids
English Words for Kids 3 ай бұрын
What a great empire! Thanks for making such a detailed video about Ottoman Empire. Really love it
Secular
Secular 6 күн бұрын
@Wings Property you are from romania and you call us murderers? wtf? learn your own history first
Wings Property
Wings Property 29 күн бұрын
What is great about being a murderer? a sociopath? nothing to be proud of.
Adnan B
Adnan B Жыл бұрын
Best video about history of Ottoman Empire that I ever seen on YT. Congratulations 👏🏼
𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐
𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐 Жыл бұрын
The Arnavut (🇦🇱) have contributed enormously in the Ottoman Empire and also in Turkey today ... Many Albanians were recruited into the Ottoman Devşirme and Janissary with 42 Grand Viziers of the Ottoman Empire being of Albanian origin ( ... ) Malcolm 2002, p. 82. "Modern historians would also think it necessary to refer to the many examples of cooperation (sometimes to mutual advantage) between inhabitants of the Albanian lands and their foreign rulers - above all, in the case of the Ottomans, with their innumerable soldiers and officials of Albanian origin. Example (Statesmen, revolutionary, generals, notables or ruling families of Albanian origin) : - Lala Shahin pacha (first Beylerbey of the Ottoman Empire, governor of Rumelia). - Lala Mustafa pacha defeated the Venetians in Famagusta (Cyprus) - Mehmed Pasha Arnavud, Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Köprülü, an important Turkish family of Albanian origin of which FIVE members were Grand Viziers of the Ottoman Empire from 1656 to 1710 and in Turkey until today. - Fazil Ahmet pacha, Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Mustafa Hussein, Grand-Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Mehmet Ali, vice king of Egypt, founder of an Albanian dynasty that reigned for nearly 150 years, including the last king of Egypt, Farouk I. - Mustafa Kemal said, Atatürk, statesman founder of modern Turkey (having Albanian origins) Etc... Famous architect of the Ottoman Empire of Albanian origin: - Sinân Mimar built the most beautiful mosque of Istanbul (Süleymaniye, between 1550 and 1557), the Shehzâde mosque of Istanbul, the Selîmiye mosque of Edrine (his masterpiece), the white mosque (Yeni Djami) and nearly 360 other monuments. - Sedef Qar Mehmet Biçakci of Elbasan, architect of the Hyppodrome or Atmeydan Mosque. (System of aqueducts of Istanbul built by several Albanian architects) - Mehmet Mustafa Agha and Hoxha Kasem built the Valid Sultaniyé Mosque in Galata (Istanbul -1873). Etc ... Source : Albanie (Histoire et langue) ou l'incroyable odyssé d'un peuple préhellénique (p.41), Mathieu AREF. Many of the best fighters in the sultan's elite guard, the janissaries, were conscripted as young boys from Christian Albanian families, and high-ranking Ottoman officials often had Albanian bodyguards. Source : Raymond Zickel and Walter R. Iwaskiw (1994). "Albania: A Country Study ("Albanians under Ottoman Rule")". Retrieved 9 April 2008.
Ronoh Wesley
Ronoh Wesley Жыл бұрын
Great history lessons here...am beginning to learn that learning never stops. I was Learning about History of Christianity but along the way i staple upon Ottoman Empire and i had to dig deeper. Thank you for your research.
Rogerrramjet1
Rogerrramjet1 Жыл бұрын
The three ambitions of his son Suleyman the Magnificent(1520-66)reported Busbecq(Hungarian ambassador)in his letters, were to complete his mosque,restore the Roman aqueducts to give Constantinople a good water supply,and conquer Vienna. busbecq conveys some strain that Europe felt at an other sign of " the anger of Heaven " against Christians,such as Atilla of old and Taimur of recent vintage. Suleyman stands before us with all the terror inspired by his own successes and those of his ancestors; he over runs the plain of Hungary with 200,000 horsemen; he threatens Austria; he menaces the rest of Germany; he brings in his train all the nations that dwell between here and Persian frontier....Like a thunderbolt he smites,shatters and destroys whatever stands in his way; he is at the head of veteran troops and a highly trained army, which is accustomed to to his leadership; he spreads far and wide the terror of his name. He roars like a lion along our frontier, seeking to break through, now here,now there.
Irene Deneb
Irene Deneb 8 ай бұрын
It's really interesting that the Ottoman Empire basically thought of itself as an Islamic iteration of the Roman state, won by right of conquest by the House of Osman. Mehmet II thought of himself as a kind of Muslim Constantine, re-consecrating the imperium to his Prophet of the Lord of Universe.
Gary Lalrindika
Gary Lalrindika Жыл бұрын
This is what i have been waiting for... Very informative and crystal clear... Keep up the good work of showing the world's most interesting histories...
Antônio Ansaloni
Antônio Ansaloni 2 ай бұрын
Dude, i am loving to inform my self about the ottoman empire. We in the west are not empowered to search about this empire, case it was a east power with this such a different culture of ours and what we know about ocidental europe. After seeing Netflix series about it and Memet II, I found my self wanting so much to get to know about it more and more. Thanks for this such long video about the Ottoman empire!!
Nigel Connell
Nigel Connell Жыл бұрын
These days Britain still catches loads of flak over its empire, as though it alone deserves criticism. But since ancient times, empires were the norm rather than the exception. Russia is an empire, the USA is really an offshoot of the British empire, and has reserved the Americas for itself, and China displays most of the characteristics of an empire as well, with Tibetan and more recently Islamic regions being systematically suppressed in favor of so-called ‘Chinese norms’. Imperialism is alive and well and is still thriving today
Елена Васильева
Елена Васильева Ай бұрын
@MsCristea Британия -колонизировала Индию,грабила ее,издевалась над индийцами много лет.У Британии было много колоний по всему миру,она везде проводила грабеж и убийства.Так же они поступили в 19 веке с Китаем,искуственно подсадив население на наркотики:Опиумные войны.Британия самая страшная нация, они захватили Шотландцев и Ирландцев,ихдевались над ними,продавали в Америку рабами. Сейчас в Америке правят англо-саксы и везде несут войны и несчастья.
Елена Васильева
Елена Васильева Ай бұрын
@Bogdan Sterea Россия спасла от геноцида Армению,Болгарию,Сербию,Грузию,Украину.Османы безжалостно уничтожали население этих стран.
Елена Васильева
Елена Васильева Ай бұрын
@Nigel Connell ,смешной.России более 1000 лет,а Америке более 200.В России Большой театр старше Америки. Россия кормила и развивала окраины ,дала им развитие,письменность,культуру,построила промышленность,инфраструктуру в ущерб своим регионам.К примеру Украина вышла из состава страны в 91 году самой богатой республикой,и после ухода Россия вложила в Украину 300 миллиардов $$.Отблагодарили.Америка и Великобритания более прагматичные страны,они грабили свои колонии и окраины.
yutterh
yutterh Жыл бұрын
Watching this makes me really want a total war: renaissance game. All the nations that jsut the Turks fought were amazing. We got the memuluks, wallachia, fall of the byzantines. Would be awesome for sure. Oh and can't forget, the rise of the ottomans.
Kaan is my name
Kaan is my name Жыл бұрын
@𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐 baseless claims.
𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐
𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐 Жыл бұрын
The Arnavut (🇦🇱) have contributed enormously in the Ottoman Empire and also in Turkey today ... Many Albanians were recruited into the Ottoman Devşirme and Janissary with 42 Grand Viziers of the Ottoman Empire being of Albanian origin ( ... ) Malcolm 2002, p. 82. "Modern historians would also think it necessary to refer to the many examples of cooperation (sometimes to mutual advantage) between inhabitants of the Albanian lands and their foreign rulers - above all, in the case of the Ottomans, with their innumerable soldiers and officials of Albanian origin. Example (Statesmen, revolutionary, generals, notables or ruling families of Albanian origin) : - Lala Shahin pacha (first Beylerbey of the Ottoman Empire, governor of Rumelia). - Lala Mustafa pacha defeated the Venetians in Famagusta (Cyprus) - Mehmed Pasha Arnavud, Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Köprülü, an important Turkish family of Albanian origin of which FIVE members were Grand Viziers of the Ottoman Empire from 1656 to 1710 and in Turkey until today. - Fazil Ahmet pacha, Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Mustafa Hussein, Grand-Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Mehmet Ali, vice king of Egypt, founder of an Albanian dynasty that reigned for nearly 150 years, including the last king of Egypt, Farouk I. - Mustafa Kemal said, Atatürk, statesman founder of modern Turkey (having Albanian origins) Etc... Famous architect of the Ottoman Empire of Albanian origin: - Sinân Mimar built the most beautiful mosque of Istanbul (Süleymaniye, between 1550 and 1557), the Shehzâde mosque of Istanbul, the Selîmiye mosque of Edrine (his masterpiece), the white mosque (Yeni Djami) and nearly 360 other monuments. - Sedef Qar Mehmet Biçakci of Elbasan, architect of the Hyppodrome or Atmeydan Mosque. (System of aqueducts of Istanbul built by several Albanian architects) - Mehmet Mustafa Agha and Hoxha Kasem built the Valid Sultaniyé Mosque in Galata (Istanbul -1873). Etc ... Source : Albanie (Histoire et langue) ou l'incroyable odyssé d'un peuple préhellénique (p.41), Mathieu AREF. Many of the best fighters in the sultan's elite guard, the janissaries, were conscripted as young boys from Christian Albanian families, and high-ranking Ottoman officials often had Albanian bodyguards. Source : Raymond Zickel and Walter R. Iwaskiw (1994). "Albania: A Country Study ("Albanians under Ottoman Rule")". Retrieved 9 April 2008.
JOHN LUKE VIANNEY
JOHN LUKE VIANNEY Жыл бұрын
Very informative. Continue sharing your well researched knowledge filled videos.
S ALI
S ALI Ай бұрын
Thank you for your effort! It is an amazing documentary. I love it
Jan Veselý
Jan Veselý Жыл бұрын
Suleiman I. did not execute the Hungarian king himself. During the retreat, the twenty-year-old king died when he fell backwards off his horse while trying to ride up a steep ravine of the Csele stream. He fell into the stream and, due to the weight of his armor, he was unable to stand up and drowned. His body was recovered and buried in Székesfehérvár.
mehmet fatih nacakcı
mehmet fatih nacakcı Жыл бұрын
Execution of a king is not allowed in Turkish tradition. It's not possible. Alparslan of seljuk turks released romanos dijogenos of eastern rome, timur did not execute bayezid.
elon kraja
elon kraja Жыл бұрын
Did suleiman says those words when he finde out he is dead? It is mentioned on Hungarian side??
Darine Attaf
Darine Attaf 15 күн бұрын
Thanks for making this amazing documentary !
theseyi
theseyi Жыл бұрын
@29:18 wow Shah Ismail must have been amazing! Started his rule in 1591, and finished it in 1524. My man managed to go back in time 🤩
PAPAZA TAKLA ATTIRAN İMAM
PAPAZA TAKLA ATTIRAN İMAM 2 ай бұрын
@𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐 bro according to you the entire world is Albanian or half Albanian😂
Freya Cevik
Freya Cevik 2 ай бұрын
😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
B. F.
B. F. 2 ай бұрын
Yes, but "We worked hundreds of hours..." the authors say. The results are funny.
Mr Lee Baines
Mr Lee Baines 3 ай бұрын
What was his secret
OP_Tempest
OP_Tempest Жыл бұрын
There is 2 historical series that are super dope and accurate, ertugrul and osman, i recommend watching them for anyone interested in history, osman is the founder of the ottoman empire and ertugrul is his dad which started the mission of a "state".
Libby Zinman Schwartz
Libby Zinman Schwartz 11 ай бұрын
"Ressurecrion" on Netflix tells Ertugrul's story, an extraordinary film. Osman was his second son.
Ian Paul Saligumba
Ian Paul Saligumba Жыл бұрын
Love it so much 😍 It’s good to watch videos like this to understand the present situation.
Tyrone De Silva
Tyrone De Silva 2 ай бұрын
Watched movies of it. But nothing comes close to this documentary. And my thanks to the many who gave their views and additions to it. Thank you , and a happy New year to you all from Sri Lanka. Though currently in Oman
Suzuki GSXFA
Suzuki GSXFA Жыл бұрын
20:07 Mehmed II did not urge his father to return from retirement. The Grand Vizier Celebi saw that the young sultan was unable to hold back European incursions at the edge of the empire and brought Murad back from retirement until Mehmed was more mature. This incensed Mehmed so much that after taking Constantinople in 1453 he had his Grand Vizier executed as a traitor because he had links to the Grand Duke of Constantinople. Though Mehmed just as much harbored I'll will for removing him from power the first e t time. Anyway that's what Netflix said..
Berfe
Berfe 25 күн бұрын
Rogatkin is just the best hype man ever. Always love his energy.
Cyrus The Great
Cyrus The Great Жыл бұрын
Excellent work! Well done indeed! Thanks for making such a historic and educational video! Just wondering if there was only one single dynasty throughout the entire Ottoman history?
Руски язик
Руски язик Жыл бұрын
@Cyrus The Great yes ,Attaturk was Pomak ,but anyway entire Turkish natioan are Pomaks ( converts) . He is the one who had established the term Turk in Turkey ,during the Ottoman Empire that word was banned of any use ,forbidden .They were not calling themslef Turks before Attaturk ,but other people from Balkans were calling them like that ,because Turk is actually very offensive word ,even more than to be called gypsy .Turk means bandit ,thief, dirty, brutal etc.
Руски язик
Руски язик Жыл бұрын
@Cyrus The Great uzbekistan-80% Europeans ( Bolgars) Kyrgiz-70% Tadjik-85% Chuvash -90% european genetics ( Bolgars in theor culture) Volga Bolgar-90% european Bashkir-70% european Balkar-80% Kabardino -Balkar -90% Malkar -80% Yakut -40% Europeans No one uses Turk in their national name After the Mongol Empire : Turkmen-50% european genetics Azeri-90% Iranians Turkish -90% mixed genetics
Cyrus The Great
Cyrus The Great Жыл бұрын
@Руски язик Ataturk himself who fabricated and promoted the idea of Pan-Turkism was part Bulgarian, part Albanian and part Jewish! And this is the man who’s regarded as the father of the Turks! How ironic that is indeed!
Shahid Pasha
Shahid Pasha Жыл бұрын
Always delightful to visit Istanbul, what a contrast of old and new
Peter Pranker
Peter Pranker Жыл бұрын
20:05 wrong. Mehmed actually wanted to stay as the ruler. But he was very young and inexperienced, so after the declaration of war by the Crusaders (they broke a truce doing this btw), his viziers went behind his back and convinced Murad II to come back. That's why Mehmed II disliked some of his viziers at the beginning of his reign, and executed some of them shortly after his father's death.
Оur Culture - ثقافتنا
Оur Culture - ثقافتنا 2 ай бұрын
Since it is a cognitive cultural content, you have to put subtitles because there are many nationalities watching the video. I love your diligence
Abzan Ali
Abzan Ali Жыл бұрын
Great stuff . watching this during the month of Ramadhan, It is always good to learn about important history times. This allows us to see how the world is sharped. Thanks Knowledgia
StillOutThere
StillOutThere 5 ай бұрын
There can't be enough content like this on KZbin.
Livid Boo
Livid Boo Жыл бұрын
thanks man, I'm interested in the ottomans history and this is helping alot
𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐
𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐 Жыл бұрын
The Arnavut (🇦🇱) have contributed enormously in the Ottoman Empire and also in Turkey today ... Many Albanians were recruited into the Ottoman Devşirme and Janissary with 42 Grand Viziers of the Ottoman Empire being of Albanian origin ( ... ) Malcolm 2002, p. 82. "Modern historians would also think it necessary to refer to the many examples of cooperation (sometimes to mutual advantage) between inhabitants of the Albanian lands and their foreign rulers - above all, in the case of the Ottomans, with their innumerable soldiers and officials of Albanian origin. Example (Statesmen, revolutionary, generals, notables or ruling families of Albanian origin) : - Lala Shahin pacha (first Beylerbey of the Ottoman Empire, governor of Rumelia). - Lala Mustafa pacha defeated the Venetians in Famagusta (Cyprus) - Mehmed Pasha Arnavud, Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Köprülü, an important Turkish family of Albanian origin of which FIVE members were Grand Viziers of the Ottoman Empire from 1656 to 1710 and in Turkey until today. - Fazil Ahmet pacha, Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Mustafa Hussein, Grand-Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Mehmet Ali, vice king of Egypt, founder of an Albanian dynasty that reigned for nearly 150 years, including the last king of Egypt, Farouk I. - Mustafa Kemal said, Atatürk, statesman founder of modern Turkey (having Albanian origins) Etc... Famous architect of the Ottoman Empire of Albanian origin: - Sinân Mimar built the most beautiful mosque of Istanbul (Süleymaniye, between 1550 and 1557), the Shehzâde mosque of Istanbul, the Selîmiye mosque of Edrine (his masterpiece), the white mosque (Yeni Djami) and nearly 360 other monuments. - Sedef Qar Mehmet Biçakci of Elbasan, architect of the Hyppodrome or Atmeydan Mosque. (System of aqueducts of Istanbul built by several Albanian architects) - Mehmet Mustafa Agha and Hoxha Kasem built the Valid Sultaniyé Mosque in Galata (Istanbul -1873). Etc ... Source : Albanie (Histoire et langue) ou l'incroyable odyssé d'un peuple préhellénique (p.41), Mathieu AREF. Many of the best fighters in the sultan's elite guard, the janissaries, were conscripted as young boys from Christian Albanian families, and high-ranking Ottoman officials often had Albanian bodyguards. Source : Raymond Zickel and Walter R. Iwaskiw (1994). "Albania: A Country Study ("Albanians under Ottoman Rule")". Retrieved 9 April 2008.
panel
panel Жыл бұрын
I think you should look at Ataturk’s life his whole life was basically preparing for Turkish war of Independence and it is amazing I hope you at least look at that!
Grig
Grig Жыл бұрын
Fun fact, Michael the Brave 41:10 was a descendent of Vlad the Impalor, witch is why the teritorry marked in blue si called Draculesti. It is the noble house of Vlad Tepes.
md farrukh abdullah
md farrukh abdullah Жыл бұрын
If top 5 rulers were given long life they would have conquered the whole world by their strength, courage and intelligence 🤩 nice presentation.
WarGoat
WarGoat Жыл бұрын
That would have been awful. Half the world would have been enslaved, and a lot of technological advances likely wouldn't have been made.
Cristinel-Vasile Plamada
Cristinel-Vasile Plamada 2 ай бұрын
very well presented in an interactive way and kept me watching closely and interested.
Ivan π££
Ivan π££ 3 ай бұрын
The Ottomans were a superpower for about 165 years, 1510-1675. However, there are many problems within them such as insurgency, war on different borders and weak governance. However, the golden age of their shipping is considered to be 1640. During this period they are known for their invasion of the Malay region and various territories. After 1660 they conducted successful expeditions into Russia, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the Habsburgs, which were successful until 1675, but were weakened by defeat at the Battle of Vienna in 1683 and allied attacks in 1687. However historians agree that ottomans maitained a strong military,echonomy and social system until the peace treaty with russians in 1740. You can search on Wikipedia
Iqnis Rosevelt
Iqnis Rosevelt 2 ай бұрын
You know anyone can edit Wiki right?
jorge masvidal
jorge masvidal 3 ай бұрын
this happens in every empire, you are dealing with humans
Ice moon
Ice moon Ай бұрын
one of my favorite empires in history
Army of DAH
Army of DAH Жыл бұрын
Would you consider making "Siege of Plevne" ? In my opinion, it would be great because it was an interesting war between Ottoman and Russia. Also, there is no video about this topic in English
𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐
𐔟𐔓𐔍𐔠𐔇𐔙𐔛𐔀𐔐 Жыл бұрын
The Arnavut (🇦🇱) have contributed enormously in the Ottoman Empire and also in Turkey today ... Many Albanians were recruited into the Ottoman Devşirme and Janissary with 42 Grand Viziers of the Ottoman Empire being of Albanian origin ( ... ) Malcolm 2002, p. 82. "Modern historians would also think it necessary to refer to the many examples of cooperation (sometimes to mutual advantage) between inhabitants of the Albanian lands and their foreign rulers - above all, in the case of the Ottomans, with their innumerable soldiers and officials of Albanian origin. Example (Statesmen, revolutionary, generals, notables or ruling families of Albanian origin) : - Lala Shahin pacha (first Beylerbey of the Ottoman Empire, governor of Rumelia). - Lala Mustafa pacha defeated the Venetians in Famagusta (Cyprus) - Mehmed Pasha Arnavud, Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Köprülü, an important Turkish family of Albanian origin of which FIVE members were Grand Viziers of the Ottoman Empire from 1656 to 1710 and in Turkey until today. - Fazil Ahmet pacha, Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Mustafa Hussein, Grand-Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. - Mehmet Ali, vice king of Egypt, founder of an Albanian dynasty that reigned for nearly 150 years, including the last king of Egypt, Farouk I. - Mustafa Kemal said, Atatürk, statesman founder of modern Turkey (having Albanian origins) Etc... Famous architect of the Ottoman Empire of Albanian origin: - Sinân Mimar built the most beautiful mosque of Istanbul (Süleymaniye, between 1550 and 1557), the Shehzâde mosque of Istanbul, the Selîmiye mosque of Edrine (his masterpiece), the white mosque (Yeni Djami) and nearly 360 other monuments. - Sedef Qar Mehmet Biçakci of Elbasan, architect of the Hyppodrome or Atmeydan Mosque. (System of aqueducts of Istanbul built by several Albanian architects) - Mehmet Mustafa Agha and Hoxha Kasem built the Valid Sultaniyé Mosque in Galata (Istanbul -1873). Etc ... Source : Albanie (Histoire et langue) ou l'incroyable odyssé d'un peuple préhellénique (p.41), Mathieu AREF. Many of the best fighters in the sultan's elite guard, the janissaries, were conscripted as young boys from Christian Albanian families, and high-ranking Ottoman officials often had Albanian bodyguards. Source : Raymond Zickel and Walter R. Iwaskiw (1994). "Albania: A Country Study ("Albanians under Ottoman Rule")". Retrieved 9 April 2008.
vatravlahilor
vatravlahilor Жыл бұрын
Well the Sieg of Plevne was probably the most important battle in the Russo-Turkish war that at the same time was the independence war for many balkan countries. After 2 failed attacks the russians asked Romania for help and the King send a romanian army and took control over the romanian-russian contingent, starting a Sieg around Plevna cuting it from food, ammunition etc. An failed attempt of breaking the Sieg failed and the ottoman general Osman Pasha was wounded. Finally he surrended with his troops to the romanian general commander of the troops in Plevna, Mihail cherchez to whom Osman Pasha handed his sword and declared himself prisoner of war.
Ανδρέας Φιλής
Ανδρέας Φιλής Жыл бұрын
This is brilliant content and it is obvious that much work has gone into researching this and preparing the graphics etc. Two things that would elevate this further is a. try to respect Turkish phonology in pronouncing names especially the c and ç sounds etc as they aren't the same as English phonology; and b. please get someone to read out the material than rely on a computer generated voice solution as the monotonous diction becomes quite tiring and off-putting after while.
Taslim Uddin
Taslim Uddin Жыл бұрын
This empire faced ilkhanate, roman/byzantine empire also fought australians in first world war. The whole time ruling family was unchanged. While we say rise and fall of Dynasties around the world, they were still strong
Hakan Ceylan
Hakan Ceylan 9 ай бұрын
very few people actually know that Mehmet II declared himself, following the capturing of Constantinople (Istanbul), as the Roman Emperor. Also known in Turkish as Kayzer-i Rum.
Hakan Ceylan
Hakan Ceylan 3 ай бұрын
@Tanura what does kayser-i rum mean? It directly translates as the Ceaser of Rome.
Tanura
Tanura 3 ай бұрын
No he did not call himself roman emperor, he is basically saying I am not the ruler of Romans(Byzantines called themselves Romans. He is saying I rule the Roman lands now.
nathan moore
nathan moore 8 ай бұрын
i knew
suckus diggus
suckus diggus 9 ай бұрын
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