Why didn't the Ottomans conquer Italy?

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Why didn't the Ottomans conquer Italy?
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@Knowledgia
@Knowledgia 3 жыл бұрын
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@luca_history
@luca_history 3 жыл бұрын
I prefer Wix cuz the German Ads are hilarious XD ~~Actually I don't need a website ~~
@amonsenpai6624
@amonsenpai6624 3 жыл бұрын
The question is will there be anything about the Empire of Japan? For example, sengoku
@garycrasto1310
@garycrasto1310 3 жыл бұрын
Vedio idea: why japanese didnt invade india after they captured burma in 1942. Can you do a vedio on that.
@currymanjunior3603
@currymanjunior3603 3 жыл бұрын
If anyone wants to see my HOI4 timelapse here is the link kzbin.info/www/bejne/rpCQq6hug91lgKc
@shun_almya
@shun_almya 3 жыл бұрын
محمد و ليس مكمان ؟؟؟؟؟؟
@GRDiver94
@GRDiver94 3 жыл бұрын
Simple, the aggressive expansion penalty is too high in Italian Provinces
@shadowstar901
@shadowstar901 3 жыл бұрын
The HRE says hello if you do
@robinhylands69
@robinhylands69 2 жыл бұрын
It's hard enough to get the Balkans by 1500 without a Europe wide coalition ;).
@josephcola9662
@josephcola9662 2 жыл бұрын
Pope declaring Crusade goes BRRRRRRRRRR
@starsantasta4351
@starsantasta4351 2 жыл бұрын
you can beat the coalition though. If you let europe thrive for a good 200 years, you will never be able to invade all of it
@russko118
@russko118 2 жыл бұрын
@@shadowstar901 they didn't stay inside for long, or at least they were inside just by name
@billysinge8977
@billysinge8977 2 жыл бұрын
I often marveled at how the Ottoman Empire lasted so long that it fought during both the Crusades and World War One.
@nathanelgatian9950
@nathanelgatian9950 2 жыл бұрын
I read that in Zapp's voice
@firstlast9626
@firstlast9626 2 жыл бұрын
They learned everything from the Byzantines.
@alphasheep7116
@alphasheep7116 2 жыл бұрын
@@Samet-yy9sj why you are acting crazy?
@zayedabdulkalam3349
@zayedabdulkalam3349 2 жыл бұрын
@@firstlast9626 they learned everything and became better at it. cope
@seanmoran6510
@seanmoran6510 2 жыл бұрын
How did it fight in the Crusades It didn’t exist
@NIDELLANEUM
@NIDELLANEUM 2 жыл бұрын
"Mehmet the Conqueror was prevented from invading Italy by Count Dracula" is a notion I didn't think I would ever hear
@Cameron-qc7yk
@Cameron-qc7yk 2 жыл бұрын
they still conquered it
@barittos5585
@barittos5585 2 жыл бұрын
@@Cameron-qc7yk what
@NIDELLANEUM
@NIDELLANEUM 2 жыл бұрын
The city of Otranto, and only temporarily
@moira8
@moira8 2 жыл бұрын
Pour cela l’italienne que je suis sera toujours reconnaissante à ce sacré Comte 🧛‍♂️
@seneca983
@seneca983 2 жыл бұрын
Dracula wasn't a Count. He was the Voivode of Wallachia.
@antikomartin3405
@antikomartin3405 3 жыл бұрын
Imagine how a single city has influenced the story of the world in the pst 2000 years... Roma
@conk6379
@conk6379 3 жыл бұрын
@@recepgurbuz245 you mean constantinople? Cause the city was not as important when turks came
@sanculotti349
@sanculotti349 3 жыл бұрын
​@@recepgurbuz245 one of the, but the most important remain Rome
@conk6379
@conk6379 3 жыл бұрын
@Steve Smith are Russians Catholic?
@Demonex118
@Demonex118 3 жыл бұрын
@@recepgurbuz245 Constantinople (Constano + polis = Constantin's city) wouldn't exist without the roman empire.
@ginasmith5464
@ginasmith5464 3 жыл бұрын
Romans where way ahead of there time , and there war Tatics where brutal .
@abdiabdi3225
@abdiabdi3225 3 жыл бұрын
ottomans: why did our invasion fail? oversimplified: well that is because you didn't use today's sponsor Nord VPN
@navyagoesbrr1987
@navyagoesbrr1987 3 жыл бұрын
yes
@JoeSexPack
@JoeSexPack 3 жыл бұрын
Failed because Croatia.
@abdiabdi3225
@abdiabdi3225 3 жыл бұрын
@@n.m.8802 bro I just watched an oversimplified video so yh I am pretty sure you know who the sponsor is 😏😏😏😂😂😂😅😅😅
@neilsumanda1538
@neilsumanda1538 3 жыл бұрын
i thought bcuz they cud not bring those war elephants... 😄😄.
@user-gg4dh7yj9l
@user-gg4dh7yj9l 3 жыл бұрын
💪🏻🇦🇱💪🏻🇦🇱💪🏻🇦🇱KING SKËNDERBEU🇦🇱💪🏻🇦🇱💪🏻🇦🇱💪🏻🇦🇱💪🏻🇦🇱
@anthonybarbano8011
@anthonybarbano8011 3 жыл бұрын
The village my family in italy are from has a statue of skanderbeg, its really cool. Albanian refuges founded the city
@KushtrimiMalcis
@KushtrimiMalcis 3 жыл бұрын
Hello brother, Pope Pius awarded Albania lands in southern Italy for their defense of Christendom. Many Albanians fled as the ottomans took over. We call them Arberesh :) cheers
@MsMigi1
@MsMigi1 3 жыл бұрын
Cool. where are you from exactly? I come from Martano but live in Zurich.
@uros2445
@uros2445 3 жыл бұрын
he was serb
@nikolabogosavljevic1071
@nikolabogosavljevic1071 3 жыл бұрын
He was serb
@tonyq8739
@tonyq8739 3 жыл бұрын
Nikola Bogosavljevic of course Gjergj Kastrioti was serb 🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️ Barack Obama is serb too
@arturslunga3415
@arturslunga3415 3 жыл бұрын
Knowledgia: Ottomans. Me, an intellectual: Ottomen.
@user-xw5xo3bv1n
@user-xw5xo3bv1n 2 жыл бұрын
Knowledgia: Ottomans. Me, a russian: punching bag.
@bambamba
@bambamba 2 жыл бұрын
Me an Italian who's bad in English: Eighthands
@Kartlos1
@Kartlos1 2 жыл бұрын
Knowledgia: Ottomans Me, a Turk: a total *ucking disaster
@ramyheykal6705
@ramyheykal6705 2 жыл бұрын
@@user-xw5xo3bv1n You know,..Russia was sometimes our punching bag too
@user-xw5xo3bv1n
@user-xw5xo3bv1n 2 жыл бұрын
@@ramyheykal6705 really? Russian-turkish war (1568-1570). Russia won. 1. Russo-Turkish War (1676-1681). Disputed result. Russo-Turkish War (1686-1700). Russia won. 2. Russo-Ottoman War of 1710-11 during Russian war against Sweden. Sure, here Ottomans one. 1. Russo-Turkish War of 1735-1739. Russia won. 3. Russo-Turkish War (1768-1774). Russia won. 4. Russo-Turkish War (1787-1792). Russia won. 5. Russo-Turkish War (1806-1812). Russia won. 6. Russo-Turkish War of (1828-1829). Russia won. 7. So-called Crimean War (1853 -1856). Formally Russia lost it, however Russia was forced just to retreat from territories taken on early stage of war. And only because of British and French intervention. Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878). Russia won. 8. And of course WWI which both states in the end lost. So, three disputable results of war, 1 Ottoman victory... 8 russian victories.
@tristormbarbarossa8406
@tristormbarbarossa8406 2 жыл бұрын
Iskender bey ( Skenderbeg ) was the reason for Ottomans not conquered Italy. He was a very talented commander that Mehmet spent much energy to his army. He was educated by Ottomans.
@paxetamor8276
@paxetamor8276 2 жыл бұрын
Please stop talking nonsense and propaganda, the Republic of Venice and the Republic of Genoa had conquered half Turkey, Greece up to Ukraine and half the Balkan territory, how could the Ottomans conquer Italy, skanderbeg had asylum in Naples from the king Ferdinand when the Ottomans had colonized Albania, how can you say that nonsense, Italy won against the Turks even during the First World War for your information. Try reading some history books please.
@sleros7773
@sleros7773 2 жыл бұрын
​@@paxetamor8276 Venice and Genoa never gained those Aegean islands from Turks, they took them from the Byzantines. Later Ottomans kicked both of their asses and kicked them out of the Aegean. Stop your nationalistic bs propaganda.
@tristormbarbarossa8406
@tristormbarbarossa8406 2 жыл бұрын
@@paxetamor8276 Before your excitement to teach history, be noticed that interval of history you mention was during the Macedonian- Roman wars BC. This subject we are talking about belongs to 14th century.
@paxetamor8276
@paxetamor8276 2 жыл бұрын
@@sleros7773 You are confusing dates and years, the Ottoman Empire was born in 1299, while the Morea War, also known as the Sixth Turkish-Venetian War, was the military campaign, which took place between 25 April 1684 and 1699, with which the The Republic of Venice disputed control of the Morea (Peloponnese) and the Aegean Sea to the Ottoman Empire. This conflict, the sixth between Turks and Venetians, was part of the wider scenario of the wars of the Holy League, which saw the formation of a coalition of Christian states (including the Austrian Empire, the State of the Church and the Knights of Malta) opposing to the Turkish expansion in the Balkan peninsula.
@paxetamor8276
@paxetamor8276 2 жыл бұрын
@@tristormbarbarossa8406 I think there are many different stories about this story on the internet, you keep believing in your version.
@imcloud305
@imcloud305 3 жыл бұрын
Ottomans : Lets invade Italy Everything in existence : Nah you ain't invading Italy
@CountryRaceN
@CountryRaceN 2 жыл бұрын
The Ottomans had many enemies, if their only enemy was Italy, I'm sure it wouldn't be difficult.
@teemuvesala9575
@teemuvesala9575 2 жыл бұрын
@@CountryRaceN Any large empire has many enemies lol. Romans had many enemies too.
@Ahmed_Malrogi.750
@Ahmed_Malrogi.750 2 жыл бұрын
@@teemuvesala9575 agreed
@sumbarine
@sumbarine 2 жыл бұрын
@@CountryRaceN read the battle of lepanto in the 1571---where a combination of italian,spanish & austrian troops on ship wiped out the turkish navy in a brutal huge battle
@sumbarine
@sumbarine 2 жыл бұрын
@@Ahmed_Malrogi.750 read the battle of lepanto 1571---where italian,spanish & austrian trrops wiped out the turkish navy
@Egl3RioNCSGO
@Egl3RioNCSGO 3 жыл бұрын
The failed conqest of Malta is also a huge factor
@yourlocalt72
@yourlocalt72 3 жыл бұрын
siege of corfu had a bigger impact since that campaign was directed to rome itself
@Crashed131963
@Crashed131963 3 жыл бұрын
The Ottoman never alway had it their way. Battle of Ankara: July 20, 1402 the only time in the 500-year history of the empire that a Sultan was captured in battle (he died after three months in captivity). The Battle of Vienna 1683 was the end of Ottoman westward advances .
@Ahmetivren
@Ahmetivren 3 жыл бұрын
@The Guardian Monke The only country in the east mediterranean.
@ultravioletsus
@ultravioletsus 3 жыл бұрын
@The Guardian Monke small islands are harder than conquering land, invasion of crete in ww2 for example times are different nevertheless with better technology the germans lost more soldiers than a normal land invasion.
@comradekenobi6908
@comradekenobi6908 3 жыл бұрын
@The Guardian Monke *fanatical monks with swords and cannons supplied by the Christendom
@AlexS-oj8qf
@AlexS-oj8qf 2 жыл бұрын
Italy's and German's disunity is an advantage, actually. Imagine every town got their own army with their own defenses and supplies. You need to capture and pacify every single entiry, unlike in places like Hungary where all power centralized in Budapest, and once the army wiped out and the city captured, the whole nation collapsed.
@kayacenk4164
@kayacenk4164 2 жыл бұрын
yea right now all turkish city like that.. example all houses like castle big and strong.
@goatface6602
@goatface6602 2 жыл бұрын
Decentralization is the way of the future. Especially currency.
@konanpl8936
@konanpl8936 2 жыл бұрын
@@goatface6602 Yeah. The future full of civil wars and overpowered corporations. Like in Holy Roman Empire. Great idea!
@robinhylands69
@robinhylands69 2 жыл бұрын
@@konanpl8936 In my opinion it's all about the ebb and flow. When it's time too decentralize, decentralize, when it's time to centralize, centralize.
@tylerhill9510
@tylerhill9510 2 жыл бұрын
@@goatface6602 problem is that's what ch¡na wants, they will happily swoop in and take over a decentralized, fractured USA
@arteniskryenadhi2681
@arteniskryenadhi2681 3 жыл бұрын
I think its time history recognise Albania for some of its achievement that are forgotten through history....
@JRobbySh
@JRobbySh 2 жыл бұрын
Western historians and the English in particular generally ignore the sheer might of the Ottoman power because they never had rtoconfront it when it was at its height. It was the successor state of the Christian east Roman empire
@domjuancourtleciel742
@domjuancourtleciel742 2 жыл бұрын
Les Albanais ont ensuite collaboré avec les Ottomans au point de changer de religion ! Quel formidable "achievement "!
@nava93s
@nava93s 2 жыл бұрын
@@domjuancourtleciel742 Et alors ? Qu’est-ce que ça peut bien te foutre ? Débile va
@12gmkk29
@12gmkk29 2 жыл бұрын
What history ? They are muslims now even though they were occupied by the Soviet and believing in religion was considered as a crime at that time
@arteniskryenadhi2681
@arteniskryenadhi2681 2 жыл бұрын
@@12gmkk29 500 years of occupation!! 500 years... Many atrocities had taken place and many compromises had to be made in order to survive!! During them years schools with the Albanian language were banned, practising christianity meant death penalty. So you can sympathise and understand, I guess. Now Albania is one of the most religion tolerant country in the world . You are free to practise and believe where you want without the slightest undermining or mocking by anyone, there are churches, mosques everywhere and not everyone are muslims. So just think for a moment and appreciate their sacrifices and battles they made, keeping all that river of power (ottoman empire) occupied and not reaching Europe. If you have read history, some of Albanians fled to southern Italy and were aknowledged aa heros, they still live there and talk Albanian (Arberesh). Austria and other European countries acknowledged Skanderbeg and Albanians for their accomplishments during that time. So don't just come to conclusions without taking in consideration other factors...
@QuestionEverythingButWHY
@QuestionEverythingButWHY 3 жыл бұрын
“The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” ― George Orwell
@mbathroom1
@mbathroom1 3 жыл бұрын
@Henryk Gödel indeed but that said there is another group in America that tries to erase all history of European Americans so they feel bad for the deeds of their ancestors
@currymanjunior3603
@currymanjunior3603 3 жыл бұрын
If anyone wants to see my HOI4 timelapse here is the link kzbin.info/www/bejne/rpCQq6hug91lgKc
@edgarratsep3631
@edgarratsep3631 3 жыл бұрын
Same thing is happening in most countries, i can vouch for Russia and Estonia, the new generations are out of their freaking mind here...
@mbathroom1
@mbathroom1 3 жыл бұрын
@@edgarratsep3631 what's happening?
@edgarratsep3631
@edgarratsep3631 3 жыл бұрын
@@mbathroom1 More and more people are becoming too far tolerated towards something that was considered a mental illness just 10 years ago. Not long ago some male freak that looks like Golumn from Lord Of The Rings a "great Estonian writer" if i'm not mistaken. He, or it, whatever he considers himself, gave a speech against traditional family values, called them old fashioned and dangerous to society. A big argue boiled out against such "activist" and most people sided with that disgustingly looking freak. Can you imagine how ridicules that is. I might be old fashioned and conservative but when those people get noticed and awarded by the president of the state then you know that this country is screwed. The same goes with Russia, I have seen so many things on social media in the last 5 years or so. I just don't understand how those people come to be. These sjw's are extremists and push for the destruction of what we always held holy(family, tradition, culture and history) and nobody does anything about it.
@blendix6413
@blendix6413 3 жыл бұрын
Interesting video, but a little correction, the 1 ottoman-venetian war lasted from 1463 to 1479 not from 1464.
@Knowledgia
@Knowledgia 3 жыл бұрын
Thank you for watching and for the correction! 🙂
@dindinnurdin2507
@dindinnurdin2507 3 жыл бұрын
Invasi Ottoman ke Otranto italy
@comrade2303
@comrade2303 3 жыл бұрын
Question is that real or did we just find artifacts
@ashtonhaggitt216
@ashtonhaggitt216 3 жыл бұрын
@@comrade2303 lmfao you're a special kind of ignorant.
@MrSurvivalgecoLP
@MrSurvivalgecoLP 3 жыл бұрын
@@comrade2303 No it's not real it's just both sides lied about but actually never happened. Only an ottoman-venetian conspiracy
@Don_Puparo
@Don_Puparo 2 жыл бұрын
Again and again and again albanians and romanians so much underrated…
@mrsp9983
@mrsp9983 2 жыл бұрын
Yeah sadly the riches write history...there are plenty of amazing old civilizations and people that are not even mentioned in books
@niktos404
@niktos404 2 жыл бұрын
don't expect good rating from people who overrate themselves
@blockie9706
@blockie9706 2 жыл бұрын
Just imagine, Skanderbeg won 24 battles against Ottomans (and their allies) while being 5 to 20 times less in number in soliders, he held them for around 30 years. Let me remind you just three of his best battles. "The First Siege of Kruja" Sultan Murad II & Prince Mehmed II had over 150.000 soliders, Skanderbeg had only 8.000 men, and ended with Albanian (Skanderbeg) victory. "Battle of Albulena" Isak Bey and Hamza Kastrioti (his nephew who betrayed him, and knew all his tactics) had over 80.000 soliders, Skanderbeg had 7.000 men, and it resulted with Albanian victory, casualties and losses: 30.000 killed Ottoman soliders. "Second Siege of Kruja" Sultan Mehmed II (who at that time had conqueror Constantinople) had over 100.000 men, Skanderbeg had only 12.000 men, and it ended with Albanian victory, casualties and losses were too heavy for Ottomans, and many many other extraordinary and very interesting battles of Skanderbeg. And still no Hollywood movie is about him? 😏
@anddyandii5857
@anddyandii5857 2 жыл бұрын
@@blockie9706 they dont want albania to rise in any case not even in a movie the records of history make us one of the most feared battle born population
@Kawabongahlive
@Kawabongahlive 2 жыл бұрын
@@anddyandii5857 Romanians, Albanians, Lithuanians and Poles developed some of the most ferocious and lethal armies through the 1500s to the 1800s. Massively underrated.
@mr.anderson2241
@mr.anderson2241 2 жыл бұрын
Albania really got the short end of the stick out of this, they helped out other Christian nations in trouble yet when they were in trouble no one bothered to help, now they’re mostly muslim and were forced under the boot of the Ottoman Empire for around 4 centuries. They could’ve been an interesting nation half Catholic half orthodox in the middle of the Balkans had they not be conquered by the Turkish.
@illumi4460
@illumi4460 2 жыл бұрын
I mean its not that bad today. Religious diversity has made Albanians not care about peoples religion and it has caused the country to have amazing dishes from many cultures. Visited it once and it was great to see Christians and Muslims have festivals together despite having a different religion.
@mansakarimi
@mansakarimi 2 жыл бұрын
Stop giving religious angle all the time 😡
@bletrick3352
@bletrick3352 Жыл бұрын
It's still a half Catholic and half Orthodox split if you don't include the Muslim and irreligious.
@keptins
@keptins Жыл бұрын
It would be like a smaller version of Catholic Croatia vs Orthodox Serbia. Not that special. (Whatever that means) Au contraire local Muslims in the heart of Europe are even more interesting.
@albodomi1979
@albodomi1979 Жыл бұрын
That would be interesting, but albanians have a better version coming. When religions will stop getting financed from muslim countries, albanians will return to their roots, paganism, where people would consider nature as god. The sun, the sky, the sea.
@missmaddy
@missmaddy 3 жыл бұрын
Simply answer: they had too many enemies at that point, even their own vassals state, constantly rebelled against ottomans bringing significant damage. And no army no matter how great it is, can't fight in two different fronts. EDIT: Stop giving me names of battles or wars that lasted a few years. That's not the same, you completely missed the point, ottomans had countless battles, countless wars and countless enemies. They didn't fall in a day or in a battle, in a way they fall over the weight of all a of them.
@fuhrerjohnson5115
@fuhrerjohnson5115 3 жыл бұрын
@PassionOfLifee The mongol army was as united as Italy at the time. The army was mostly independent from Khan's orders, and could focus on multiple fronts using hordes ( basically group of armies getting split and consolidating power in a specific region)
@CarlosGarcia-nl8jj
@CarlosGarcia-nl8jj 3 жыл бұрын
@@fuhrerjohnson5115 In medieval era horse where like tanks, imagine a country only with the best tanks in the world without any aircraft
@zvonimirvidovic1714
@zvonimirvidovic1714 3 жыл бұрын
Agreed..as in Latin saying: "Nec Hercules contra duos"
@funkmaster2258
@funkmaster2258 3 жыл бұрын
America did ww2.
@Spartan265
@Spartan265 3 жыл бұрын
America technically fought 2 fronts during WW2. In general though you are correct. Fighting 2 fronts is almost always gonna end bad for you.
@Aaronschannels
@Aaronschannels 3 жыл бұрын
Their aggressive expansion was too high.
@F3V3RDR34M
@F3V3RDR34M 3 жыл бұрын
Huzzah! A man of culture!
@turankesilmis5655
@turankesilmis5655 3 жыл бұрын
The whole empire designed for expansion. I think your words are a joke about eu4, right?
@ibrahimkaplan5875
@ibrahimkaplan5875 3 жыл бұрын
Our aggressive expansion like towards 250... :) Because of it, all Europa sent crusades entire century xd. Greetings from Turkey :)
@turankesilmis5655
@turankesilmis5655 3 жыл бұрын
@Gökgün Tandoğan you mean democracy?
@jamesporter628
@jamesporter628 3 жыл бұрын
@@ibrahimkaplan5875 turkey and the ottomans are a different thing. It's not you
@novohispana
@novohispana Жыл бұрын
Lepanto and the siege of Malta are both extremely relevant regarding this matter.
@CFITOMAHAWK2
@CFITOMAHAWK2 Жыл бұрын
Spanish fighters..
@user-bp4td1xl6q
@user-bp4td1xl6q Жыл бұрын
very agree bro
@TurquazCannabiz
@TurquazCannabiz Жыл бұрын
And Otranto
@zamirroa
@zamirroa Жыл бұрын
@@CFITOMAHAWK2 shhh it is supposed to ignore Spain contributions or talk bad about them dude
@CFITOMAHAWK2
@CFITOMAHAWK2 Жыл бұрын
@@zamirroa The dam dirty British SPANISH LEGENDS AND LIES. For centuries they are doing that.
@guestmf6810
@guestmf6810 2 жыл бұрын
Im so proud my ancestors saved Italy from being seriously threatened, even tho we had to pay with our freedom 🇦🇱💔
@runaakter1020
@runaakter1020 2 жыл бұрын
Shame on u
@idkwtdrn
@idkwtdrn 2 жыл бұрын
@@runaakter1020 lmao look at yourself
@adnan_honest_jihadist5775
@adnan_honest_jihadist5775 Жыл бұрын
Saved? Rather doomed
@joefresh6050
@joefresh6050 Жыл бұрын
Italians let Albanians come and form some towns in southern italy 500 years ago. Puglia Lucania Calabria Sicily
@asellandrofacchio7263
@asellandrofacchio7263 Жыл бұрын
@@joefresh6050 Molise too
@SxVaNm345
@SxVaNm345 3 жыл бұрын
In order to conquer Central Italy, the Ottoman navies would have to pass across the windy Adriatic Sea, if they were to conquer Southern Italy, they would have to pass either the Tunisian or Ionian Seas, whereas if the Ottoman Imperial armies were to try to enter Northern Italy from Austria, they would have to pass through the snowy alps. Their best bet would probably be to go through the border from Slovenia or Croatia, which would probably end up in disaster anyway as that region was protected by a combination of European powers (Austria-Hungary, Holy Roman Empire, Venice, France and Spain), who would probably put aside their differences to team up against the Ottomans.
@thepuppelpuppel4175
@thepuppelpuppel4175 3 жыл бұрын
And thus through Austria.
@agailham8476
@agailham8476 3 жыл бұрын
How about the Ottoman base at Tunisia? Why they didn't launch their troops from there?
@gawdsuniverse3282
@gawdsuniverse3282 3 жыл бұрын
@@agailham8476, The Ottoman's didn't have a big enough navy to land a large enough army plus supplies to conquer Italy. Italy could have easily rushed a bigger army on foot to crush any landings by the Turks.
@lordprotector4266
@lordprotector4266 3 жыл бұрын
@@agailham8476 The Knights Hospitalar were viben in Malta (they still exist to this day). They were the biggest thorn in the Ottoman's side.
@mbathroom1
@mbathroom1 3 жыл бұрын
Hi my friend. Remember me?
@adamkaczmarek4751
@adamkaczmarek4751 3 жыл бұрын
Ottomans: exists Everyone (except France) disliked that
@srfrg9707
@srfrg9707 3 жыл бұрын
Adam Kaczmarek Greeks : Hold my Ouzo.
@girdharsingh4287
@girdharsingh4287 3 жыл бұрын
And centuries later the same France liked it's demise.
@abdiabdi3225
@abdiabdi3225 3 жыл бұрын
@@girdharsingh4287 damn what a way to describe Frances involvement in the middle east during ww1 😂😂😂
@robertandrews6915
@robertandrews6915 3 жыл бұрын
Wow that is funny. Even funnier when multiple people post roughly the same comment. I just couldn't stop laughing every time I saw it.
@fadlya.rahman4113
@fadlya.rahman4113 3 жыл бұрын
You know that Ottoman was in alliance with England against Napoleon right?
@uahistukraine1305
@uahistukraine1305 2 жыл бұрын
Interesting history, it is ine of most interesting part, thanks for video! Love Italy from Ruthenia (Ukraine)!
@budibausto
@budibausto 2 жыл бұрын
some 100 years later from the siege of Otranto, and not far away from there, came the final blow at Lepanto. Also, it is noteworthy to know that Venice, Genoa and other Italian states, thus nemesis, were terrific pirates against the Ottomans. They crippled the Ottomans as they weakened their trade routs.
@aydnmesuttorun8397
@aydnmesuttorun8397 2 жыл бұрын
@پیاده نظام خان Yes they did, ships dont mean nothing, it was the loss of experienced seamen which was the real blow, ottomans never had same naval power as before lepanto
@aydnmesuttorun8397
@aydnmesuttorun8397 2 жыл бұрын
@پیاده نظام خان Yea they clashed at sea but not in a domineering manner. Turks never had the maritime domination of pre-lepanto era.
@jeanbethencourt1506
@jeanbethencourt1506 2 жыл бұрын
Not to mention Spain was shielding Italy. Spain being the most powerful nation at the time.
@Spaghetti_curry
@Spaghetti_curry 3 жыл бұрын
Just imagine it happened and we will be having “spaghetti alla turco” and “pasta e kebab” on Italian food menu.
@zebimicio5204
@zebimicio5204 3 жыл бұрын
on the bright side, I can finally enjoy "authentic" halal carbonara XD
@kingdrager9045
@kingdrager9045 3 жыл бұрын
LMAO
@MrPolandball
@MrPolandball 3 жыл бұрын
These things sound good tho
@mergen3125
@mergen3125 3 жыл бұрын
Panino e Ayran per la colazione...
@iskambillordu
@iskambillordu 3 жыл бұрын
İ want to try that dishes
@soul8938
@soul8938 3 жыл бұрын
Skanderbeg also helped the king of neaples with his battles in italy while at war with the ottomans.. Sadly in the end no one helped him..
@dylanmorvillo5872
@dylanmorvillo5872 3 жыл бұрын
But we helped a lot of people
@christermi
@christermi 3 жыл бұрын
+Soul he didn't need help ; his realm diminished only after his death
@soul8938
@soul8938 3 жыл бұрын
@rvtrcr funding a single and comparably small kingdom against what was at the time the most powerful empire of the known world was only delaying the inevitable and not really helping to solve the problem they could have called for a crusade and evened the odds which would have been actual helpful. I know they called one but the pope died shortly after and albania was the only country that joined it while the rest of the european countries didnt bother due to not seeing it as a direct threat or being busy otherwise.
@soul8938
@soul8938 3 жыл бұрын
@Paolo Tanfoglio all of these battles occurred after the fall of the balkans i never said that albania somehow played an important role in these battles so dont try to spin words around. And all of these battles were fought by HOLY LEAGUES so joint forces, and my comment above says that if the western Countries would have formed an holy league earlier instead of just sending money, the lnvasion could have been delayed or completely stopped but they chose to not bother until the ottomans were at their doorstep.. And turkey was a dying empire at the beginning of ww1 so the independence movement would have succeeded anyway like most independence movements in the balkans during that time period
@jemand7488
@jemand7488 3 жыл бұрын
@@christermi he needed help because he was planning a crusade
@Nur-kj4ci
@Nur-kj4ci 2 жыл бұрын
The main issue why Ottomans couldn't cross to Italy was because of Skanderbeg (Gjergj Kastrioti). Albania was a big problem for Ottomans. Even after Skanderbeg died Albania resisted a very long time.
@dionis5482
@dionis5482 3 жыл бұрын
Once upon a time Albania protected whole Europe and now Albania is no Europe 🤨🇦🇱🇦🇱🇦🇱
@tasecolaxaz3934
@tasecolaxaz3934 3 жыл бұрын
Yea , România, Albania and the other revolts în the balkans stopped the ottomans to expand , if that didnt happenned, then who knows if we would speak turkish rn
@dionis5482
@dionis5482 2 жыл бұрын
@scientific samosa was scanderbeg that stopped them so many times
@BVargas78
@BVargas78 3 жыл бұрын
I think the mighty spanish empire was a factor, enriched with the gold and wealth of the new world. It had armies stationed in Italy and even had some balkan campaigns to help stem the Ottoman expansion. They were also closely allied to Austria due to their common Hapsburg lineage in their monarchies.
@jesusalexander4112
@jesusalexander4112 3 жыл бұрын
Yes
@BVargas78
@BVargas78 2 жыл бұрын
@Military Comparison Videos You're probably Turkish aren't you? But let me just say that firstly i never said the Ottomans weren't also mighty. They were both the strongest empires of the time and it led to some grisly fights. Some won by the ottomans and their allies. Some won by the spanish and their allies. Secondly, in europe, spanish armies dominated the battlefield. With the Spanish Tercios able to defeat all challengers until improvements of artillery led to the formation becoming more vulnerable. Spanish armies were active in Germany and the Netherlands, so no it wasn't just native american cultures they were fighting, but well armed well equipped European principalities, especially during the protestant reformation movement. Most historians think that if the Spanish had actually managed to land the armada invasion force bound for England in 1588, they would have won. But most of it died at sea due to storms and the naval command ability of Francis Drake. Thirdly, why did the Ottomans never effectively invade southern Italy? It would have been an ideal stepping stone towards Rome itself, the heart of Christendom at the time. They could have done it before the defeat at sea in battle of lepanto. The reason was that there was a sizable spanish garrison defending southern italy and sicily, otherwise the italian cities of the south would have been extremely vulnerable.
@aydnmesuttorun8397
@aydnmesuttorun8397 2 жыл бұрын
Thats actually not totally right, spain went banktupt during late 16th century
@BVargas78
@BVargas78 2 жыл бұрын
@@aydnmesuttorun8397 It remained a powerful empire though. I think the loss of the Armada invasion fleet for England hurt it's economy a lot and made it's treasure fleet more vulnerable to pirates and english privateers. But some ships would still get through, gold was less and less but silver remained steady provided they weren't intercepted. Spain though in decline still hold a global spanning empire. But it lost the netherlands, lost what money there was in the 30 years war, and had a change of dynasty marking the end of the hapsburg alliance with Austria. And it's holding in southern Italy eventually evolved into the independent Kingdom of Naples. Turkey remained strong for another hundred years, culminating in the second siege of Vienna, after that it too went into decline. The age of enlightenment came, and both the Ottomans and Spain were very old fashioned and struggled to modernize and keep up with the west, northern europe in particular.
@JRobbySh
@JRobbySh 2 жыл бұрын
And of course, Don Juan of Austria, the great Hapsburg prince who led the West to victory at Lepanto. He dies young, some say because he was poisoned by King Phillip of Spain because he was so successful in the Netherlands.
@vllai5785
@vllai5785 3 жыл бұрын
Does this mean that *ALBANIA SAVED ITALY*
@aldioncanaj4839
@aldioncanaj4839 3 жыл бұрын
In that period of history seems so
@vllai5785
@vllai5785 3 жыл бұрын
Aldion Canaj Skenderbeu shpetoj Europen po skujtohet aq sa duhet
@aldioncanaj4839
@aldioncanaj4839 3 жыл бұрын
@@vllai5785 esht sarkazem x ata qe s'japin as nje pike x kete vend
@ab9840
@ab9840 3 жыл бұрын
Here a short movie clip on how Skanderbeg crushed the Ottomans. This shows the Ottoman siege of the Albanian city of Kroja - kzbin.info/www/bejne/raTScn2lqbx3oc0
@Kaizen917
@Kaizen917 3 жыл бұрын
yeah, looks pretty shocking in our contemporary eyes but history has its crazy episodes.
@pharmix7822
@pharmix7822 2 жыл бұрын
full respect to this amazing work
@mohammedsaysrashid3587
@mohammedsaysrashid3587 8 ай бұрын
It was an informative and thrilled watching of that historical attempt and ambitious by the Ottoman empire at 1480 AD for capturing Italian peninsulas while that exciting short-lived....thank you (acknowledge )channel for sharing this attractive historical coverage video
@fantaclaus7053
@fantaclaus7053 3 жыл бұрын
Sicilians and Spaniards crushed the Turkish invasion in July 8-11, 1574. Three years after Lepanto. It happened in the area of Pozzallo in Province of Ragusa. Many enemy prisoners were crammed into Torre Cabrera which still stands in Pozzallo.
@arubaluba9955
@arubaluba9955 3 жыл бұрын
The sultan who planned to conquer Italy ( mehmet II) lived way before than those events
@Ztenam976
@Ztenam976 3 жыл бұрын
@Sultan Abdulhameed II Maybe in your dreams
@oinn8003
@oinn8003 2 жыл бұрын
Yeah thanks to Albanians..
@saveriocannata3447
@saveriocannata3447 Жыл бұрын
@Fantaclaus, I am from Pozzallo, yes the Cabrera Tower was build against the Saracence and pirates
@Skerdy
@Skerdy 3 жыл бұрын
One funny story about Skanderbeg (that, considering the times, might be true): At one point Murat (the father of Mehmet) sent an envoy to Skanderbeg basically accusing him of satanism and saying that the only reason he wins is because he had a magic sword given to him by Satan (btw, Ottomans soldiers truly called the road to Kruja, Skanderbeg's main castle, "the road of the devil"). The envoy went on saying that without his magic sword the Ottomans would have already won! But the Sultan in his graciousness was giving the opportunity to Skanderbeg to prove him wrong by exchanging their swords. So, if Skanderbeg is truly a good man and not allied with evil, the Sultan was willing to give him his own sword in exchange for his magic one! Skanderbeg smiled and accepted. (Giving his Albanian court anxiety because they too have believed the hype). Next year the Ottomans attacked again and Skanderbeg defeated them again. Then he sent to the Sultan a simple massage: "It was never the sword. It's the hand that helds it." That's the kind of man he was.
@benjamindavidovichwaals2899
@benjamindavidovichwaals2899 3 жыл бұрын
I heard it was between shah İsmail and sultan Selim
@Skerdy
@Skerdy 3 жыл бұрын
@@benjamindavidovichwaals2899 It is possible... as I said it is a story told by people, sort of like a myth really, and they often switch characters... but it fits the times... I have heard it about Skanderbeg and Sultan Murat. Since Skanderbeg is at least 60 years earlier than Selim's time, sorry, but I am going to go with Skanderbeg and Murat.
@Skerdy
@Skerdy 3 жыл бұрын
@Alex C Glad you liked it.
@Skerdy
@Skerdy 3 жыл бұрын
@Alex C Sorry, I might be a bit confused: what does "cope" means?
@denizorsel1029
@denizorsel1029 3 жыл бұрын
As much as I respect Skanderbeg and his great tactical awareness on the battlefield , I have to call this story bollocks. An Ottoman Emperor of that era would never exchange the sword of a so called evil with the sword of God cast as justice. I respect Skanderbeg and Polish,Lithuanian Hussars as once enemies as they fought with their heart to defend their realm. If anyone would want to link someone to devil, there was no man on the earth of that era as vicious as Vlad the Impaler. The things that he has done to his own people let alone his enemies are beyond definition of hell.
@Foreheadsnatcher
@Foreheadsnatcher 2 жыл бұрын
I like how he starts his accent with a British one and changes it to an American accent. Lol
@A-Tirona
@A-Tirona 2 жыл бұрын
Actually there's no any British accent at all.None
@Kagemusha08
@Kagemusha08 3 жыл бұрын
Amphibious invasions against a centralized state that doesn't want you to land were incredibly difficult. People today don't realize how incredible the successful landings at Normandy and on Pacific islands like Guam and Okinawa were. And this was in the 1940's, well over 300 years after the Ottomans were at their peak. The Ottomans had the Bosporus and Marmara as an easy way to gradually get into the Balkans. Crossing the Adriatic all at once would have been a logistical nightmare in the 16th/17th century.
@CFITOMAHAWK2
@CFITOMAHAWK2 Жыл бұрын
The Pope had Spanish Soldiers placed all over the south regions of Italy all south of Vatican City to fight and stop the Muslims. It worked. Then the Muslims went to Eastern Europe to invade instead. But the could not win in Italy. Spain even defeated The French tryin to invade from the Milan area, and even captured a french king that in arrogance dared to set foot in Milan area. They brought that king to Spain Madrid as a prisoner. Shame for France too.
@albak6552
@albak6552 Жыл бұрын
@@CFITOMAHAWK2 isn’t that the French king whom the ottomans were able to free by going to war? Lol
@CFITOMAHAWK2
@CFITOMAHAWK2 Жыл бұрын
@@albak6552 THEN IT WAS CAPTURED AGAIN IN MILAN AREA.
@rubencuadros7174
@rubencuadros7174 8 ай бұрын
​@@albak6552No, where do you get that nonsense from? Francis I was imprisoned in Madrid and was forced to sign a treaty in which he renounced his claims in Italy in exchange for his freedom. To guarantee his word, Francis himself ordered his two sons to be brought from France, and left them hostage. He still broke his word.
@gabrielseaborn257
@gabrielseaborn257 3 жыл бұрын
Huh. No wonder why Italy likes Albania
@stormrider6202
@stormrider6202 3 жыл бұрын
​@The Wheel dud I don't know why but i think you never where in Albania ! and if there is some hate is because of WW2 1939 when they launched there attack against us for obviously no reason ! But i think your just Islamophobic ! just a quick remider ! You do know that our forFathers where the Illyrians ! By a fact you should know that Constantine was born in the province of Dardania(Kosovo) next to Dacia in the village of Nissus ! By a fact you should know that Constantine the Great was Illyrian the one who founded the Capital of the believers ! By a fact you should know that justinian the Great was from the same province of Dardania ! by a fact you should know what they did for the Roman Empire and the Eastern Empire ! And our Capital was Constantinople ! It was for us the capital of the believers ! Those who believed in Christ in europe before anyone else ! Now let me ask you this if a other Relgions conquers it ? what would be your duty ? You as a believer ? The answers is there in the video you should do the same thing as Skenderbeek ! now let me tell you this the salvs aren't believers and where never really part of the Roman empire ! the Germans neither !So obviously for them its nota Big deal ! But for us ! who stayed somewhat 1500 years in the Roman empire ! what do you think we would feel like if Constantinople feel ? We would have feel bad ! Bad in a way where whe ask our self is Islam the reall religion since it conquered constantinople and is it possible that we have erred !? The answer is go retake it and deffend it again! Lets see If GOD the Almighty gives us victory !because only Allah gives victory and He gives it to Whom He Wills ! Well what happend !? We tried By God we tried it harder then every other country and its people ! the truth is We couldn't retake our Honor Our Glory Back !! 25 years of Hard work ! Was yet not enough ! And the only thing you the Barbarians where after was Money ! you didn't give dame thing about Honor and Valor ! So know our beloeved city was conquered by Islam ! What other choice did we have ? No other choice was left ! Islam conquered Constantine ! It was but a sign for the Romans ! that Prophet Muhammad (saws) was indeed the true Last Prophet ! Soon after in the late 16 century we accepted Islam ! especially Dardania whom the serbs called Kosovo ! God is a witness of our bravery and sacrifice !and the Whole World !
@euronbuci3664
@euronbuci3664 3 жыл бұрын
@olsi pajo loo even 10%
@harunarslan7
@harunarslan7 3 жыл бұрын
@rvtrcr hey heu hey watch your mounth to speak our Balkan people . WE WILL BE UNION ONE DAY UNDER THE GLORY NATION OF TURKS .
@lordofhostsappreciator3075
@lordofhostsappreciator3075 3 жыл бұрын
No we don't lol
@Anicapp
@Anicapp 3 жыл бұрын
many emperors of ROMA were Albanians (illyrians) dont forget that
@giovannidevincenzi6055
@giovannidevincenzi6055 3 жыл бұрын
Ottomans: [ *invade italy* ] Spain, the Papacy and the HRE: "THIS IS *OUR* PLAYGROUND, GET THE *F* OUT!"
@GrandMoffTarkinsTeaDispenser
@GrandMoffTarkinsTeaDispenser 3 жыл бұрын
France allied the Turks though.
@kasadam85
@kasadam85 3 жыл бұрын
France were called the Turks of Europe lmao. u good ?
@iuiu8831
@iuiu8831 3 жыл бұрын
@@GrandMoffTarkinsTeaDispenser SHAME ON French
@cs0345
@cs0345 3 жыл бұрын
@@iuiu8831 Austria and Habsburgs were worse. That's why they needed to ally against them
@Alvar2001
@Alvar2001 3 жыл бұрын
​@@cs0345Worse why?? Spain or the Habsburgs didn´t threat the existance of France never, but Ottomans in fact were trying to destroy all the west. If it wasn´t because the aeternal european wars Constantinopla could have been recovered in the XVI century.
@spiritualservicesgodbless7641
@spiritualservicesgodbless7641 2 жыл бұрын
THANK YOU FOR THE VIDEO
@muhammadaleem1402
@muhammadaleem1402 3 жыл бұрын
superb information sir keep it up......
@emirefebozkurt8324
@emirefebozkurt8324 3 жыл бұрын
Mehmet: *dies* İtalian stades: i like yo cut g
@schizokal9563
@schizokal9563 3 жыл бұрын
The turkish İ
@rebellionhero2142
@rebellionhero2142 3 жыл бұрын
Then comes Selim and they poop
@kasadam85
@kasadam85 3 жыл бұрын
@@schizokal9563 and ? Like so what ? 😂
@kasadam85
@kasadam85 3 жыл бұрын
@@comradekenobi6908 🤨
@comradekenobi6908
@comradekenobi6908 3 жыл бұрын
@@kasadam85 nvm
@myertt
@myertt 3 жыл бұрын
Italian states:wanna hear a joke Mehmet:ok Italian states:Italy Mehmet:ı didnt get it Italian states:Exactly
@jchea1764
@jchea1764 3 жыл бұрын
*laughs in Latin* 🤣🤣🤣 ..
@vapingcat5406
@vapingcat5406 3 жыл бұрын
ottomans succesfully landed on italy, he just died before he could invade.
@ricky-sanchez
@ricky-sanchez 3 жыл бұрын
Venni, vetti, no vicci. -Mehmet
@neilsumanda1538
@neilsumanda1538 3 жыл бұрын
well played... **laughed in etruscan slang
@mertozbek680
@mertozbek680 3 жыл бұрын
*cries in turkish*
@albodab1468
@albodab1468 3 жыл бұрын
For every Albanian kid while growing up you get to learn and have Skanderbeg as your first super hero such an amazing warrior🦸‍♂️
@memduhyalcner4584
@memduhyalcner4584 2 жыл бұрын
And for us Turks, first we learn about Atatürk and Fatih as second.
@robertomasserut2804
@robertomasserut2804 2 жыл бұрын
Think about what he did... Small country and small troops against the biggest empire of that era. As long he lived Albania never fold or fallen off. Amazing warrior
@memduhyalcner4584
@memduhyalcner4584 2 жыл бұрын
@@robertomasserut2804 Truly a charismatic leader and great warrior
@robertomasserut2804
@robertomasserut2804 2 жыл бұрын
@@memduhyalcner4584 ottoman empire was the strongest in the world for centuries...
@program2445
@program2445 2 жыл бұрын
İ dont know what they teach things about ottoman but you should know ottoman dont chance your grand grand father's religion and race you look to greece ottoman hold greece 400 years but thet are cristian and greek and you can look near of greece . Ottoman just want to provide equal condition for humankind
@imperatoralbanie7668
@imperatoralbanie7668 2 жыл бұрын
Ottomans: Let go conquer Rome Greeks: be silents and defeated Serbs: ok bro now Im your slave Albanians: its been a quite a while that Illyrians didn’t make some noise.
@dejangamingytgameszaramoth1852
@dejangamingytgameszaramoth1852 2 жыл бұрын
Haha. Veoma jadno.
@aliemreozturk8342
@aliemreozturk8342 3 жыл бұрын
Nice video but it lacks some crutial informations; Mehmet (not pronounced as Mekmed but smt like Memet and back in those times as Mehemmet) had a vision to recreate the Roman Empire. He even had himself called as the Kayser (Caesar). For that he wanted both Constantiople and Rome. Before he died, he assembled the full army of his Might and started his march for Rome. Yet he was poisoned by his physician. Venetians spies later documented and reported this as "the Great Eagle is dead" which strongly suggests that it was an assassination. Mehmet had two sons; Cem and Bayezid. Cem was like his father, smart and capable but also kind of intravert just like Mehmet. Bayezid was more of a peoples person. People were tired of Mehmet's unending wars, constant change and renovation. Therefore the powerful people sided with Bayezid, making him the Emperor Bayezid the Second. Cem took refuge with the Venetians. Bayezid had no interest in wars, long lasting campaigns and expansion so he stayed mostly in Konstantiniye, spending time with his hobbys and stuff. He was dethroned by his son Selim. Selim was a military genious but since he had grown up in Trabzon in the east, his dreams were also towards the east, against Iran and the Memluks. Süleyman was more into destroying the rival Habsburgs in Austria. Just like his ancestor Mehmet II, he had a vision to become a Cosmocrat, the ruller of all… For that, the other greatpower of Europe had to fall. Then they have lost the chance for a successful invasion of Italy because they had so many other problems... Their previous victories in Hungary pushed them into unending conflicts. The Empire was to big to push further but also hard to defend. The inner intrigues carved the State structures from with in and the Instability that arisen was ever growing. The Conquer of Rome was no longer a possibility.
@nugraharendra3004
@nugraharendra3004 3 жыл бұрын
They were sourounded by many powerfull sovereigns. So to preserve the territrories are more challenging than conquer a new one..
@Mert-kh3vj
@Mert-kh3vj 3 жыл бұрын
The Guardian Monke Lepanto happened much later even after Suleyman The Magnificent
@Kattalanonyt
@Kattalanonyt 3 жыл бұрын
He also forgot about the siege of Malta in which the Ottomans were trying to get Malta to use as a base of operations for an invasion of southern Italy. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Siege_of_Malta
@user-mg8fy5lr8d
@user-mg8fy5lr8d 3 жыл бұрын
@@arolemaprarath6615 anyone who knows History at the Most basic level does actualy.
@purpleheadedmonster8735
@purpleheadedmonster8735 3 жыл бұрын
@@arolemaprarath6615 wait and see , what happen in the next decade.
@KadirAksu28
@KadirAksu28 3 жыл бұрын
Uzun Hasan with his Akkoyunlu empire was also a big reason that halted any Ottoman advances in the west. Sultan Mehmet wasn't only busy in the Balkans, the Anatolian side also had a bunch of kingdoms and even an empire to control or battle with.
@Crashed131963
@Crashed131963 3 жыл бұрын
The Ottoman never alway had it their way. Battle of Ankara: July 20, 1402 the only time in the 500-year history of the empire that a Sultan was captured in battle (he died after three months in captivity). The Battle of Vienna 1683 was the end of Ottoman westward advances . WW1 was the complete defeat of the ottomans.
@sktt1488
@sktt1488 2 жыл бұрын
@پیاده نظام خان shut up arab. He is right..
@ahmetkemalgurel5730
@ahmetkemalgurel5730 Жыл бұрын
@@Crashed131963 ne alaka
@Gun_Metal_Grey
@Gun_Metal_Grey Жыл бұрын
Chad Uzun Hasan 🇦🇿
@muhammet9202
@muhammet9202 Жыл бұрын
Fatih isterse Akkoyunluyu bitirirdi otlukbeli savaşında akkoyunlunun belini kırdı osmanlı 1000 kayıp verirken akkoyunlu 40000-50000 kayıp verdi akkoyunlu türk ve müslüman olduğu için saldırmadı
@ajinkyagaikwad26
@ajinkyagaikwad26 2 жыл бұрын
Italians are always best at defense, for example Serie A defenders
@safetsins
@safetsins 2 жыл бұрын
I think that it is more like Skanderbeg than Italian defense. Italy has been all the time the first country which get collapsed (for example WW1 or WW2). I hardly think that Italy would be an Ottoman province than unoccupied country. At all Skenderbeg defended directly Albania (that time as Arberia), but in indirectly way Italy too. He won 25 battles in row, but none of Christian world countries help him, but also Venice supported Ottomans to occupied any Arberia land for themselves. I am not blaming anyone, but Skanderbeg was also a main factor, who avoid Italy occupation by Ottomans.
@safetsins
@safetsins 2 жыл бұрын
​@Carmine Paola So WTF are Turkish in this case? Gjergj Kastrioti (Scanderbeg) was Albanian commander which fought with Albanian against ottomans. In this case Gjergj Kastriot beside the defense of Albania from ottomans, he indirectly in same time save the Europe from the mutual enemy, Ottomans. There was Albanian lives who fought against Turkish. Might you have a good army, but the war against Austro-Hungary (also Austro hungary was about to collapse that time) wasn't in the same time when had been placed that war against ottomans. For further, Albanian Army won 25 battles in row against Ottomans when the turkish was at glorious times, all alone. (Because Europe was making dirty bussiness with Ottomans)😉Don't underestimate our force too!
@robertomarciante2586
@robertomarciante2586 2 жыл бұрын
Buffon Baresi Maldini Nesta Chiellini Cannavaro...best defenders...forza azzurri 💙
@cihanozel4344
@cihanozel4344 2 жыл бұрын
İf mehmed didn't dead italy will conquer.
@francescosaveriocapuano4817
@francescosaveriocapuano4817 2 жыл бұрын
@@cihanozel4344 English grammar man, Do you know it?
@colterwebb6382
@colterwebb6382 2 жыл бұрын
Vlad III, Skanderbeg, John hunyadi, Stephan the great, tough time to be an ottoman conqueror looking to invade eastern Europe.
@colterwebb6382
@colterwebb6382 2 жыл бұрын
They warred with both with both the British empire and the Roman empire
@denkapeneva2018
@denkapeneva2018 Жыл бұрын
@@colterwebb6382 haha they can't save themselves by Islamisation image attila 🇧🇬 If he was lived no ottoman empire anymore
@rolandlimani4503
@rolandlimani4503 3 жыл бұрын
Everyone’s gangster until the mountains start speaking albanian
@tdh2044
@tdh2044 3 жыл бұрын
Albania is overrated
@rolandlimani4503
@rolandlimani4503 3 жыл бұрын
TDH bruh no ones even heard of Albania 💀 tf you talking about?
@tdh2044
@tdh2044 3 жыл бұрын
@@rolandlimani4503 lmao no but every single Albanian thinks theyre some god nation
@Somniator
@Somniator 3 жыл бұрын
@@tdh2044 We'll take your word for it if you say so
@rolandlimani4503
@rolandlimani4503 3 жыл бұрын
TDH cause we are. Our Latin name “Albanian” translates to white man. We are the literal definition of European
@RealAlbo4life
@RealAlbo4life 3 жыл бұрын
Albania is an underrated country... Skanderbeg, this Albanian titan saved Italy directly and Europe for twenty-five consecutive years of Ottoman onslaught! Mehmed the Second had famously announced after Skanderbeg's death: "Woe onto Christendom! Europe has lost both, its sword and shield! Europe is now mine!"🇦🇱🇦🇱🇦🇱🇦🇱🇦🇱🇦🇱🇦🇱🇦🇱
@jax2728
@jax2728 3 жыл бұрын
Woow? You mean woe ?
@NB-kq7lm
@NB-kq7lm 3 жыл бұрын
Skenderbeg was Serbian
@albanianultranationalist1929
@albanianultranationalist1929 3 жыл бұрын
Niko Belic so is milos obilic , karadordevic all of them albanian
@RealAlbo4life
@RealAlbo4life 3 жыл бұрын
Niko Belic yeah I know so is my toilet!
@NB-kq7lm
@NB-kq7lm 3 жыл бұрын
@@RealAlbo4life i don't know about that
@flamurtusha1990
@flamurtusha1990 Жыл бұрын
Skenderbeg the man that literally was the shield of Europe for 25 years never loost a war
@robertsansone1680
@robertsansone1680 Жыл бұрын
Very excellent. Thank You
@horner385
@horner385 3 жыл бұрын
2:11 fun fact in Romanian arm wrestling is called skanderberg
@dlalwon1
@dlalwon1 3 жыл бұрын
In Skanderberg Romanian is called wrestling
@samackahla6610
@samackahla6610 3 жыл бұрын
@@dlalwon1 stjupid,,
@horner385
@horner385 3 жыл бұрын
@@dlalwon1 the more you know
@georgeskanderbeg3242
@georgeskanderbeg3242 3 жыл бұрын
@@horner385 do you know the reason why?
@uneti463
@uneti463 3 жыл бұрын
really? wow, how?
@boletop2621
@boletop2621 3 жыл бұрын
What i can remember from history lessons, the goal of the Ottomans was to conquer Vienna. Vienna was considered one of the most important cities during that period, with the Habsburg family on the throne.
@domjuancourtleciel742
@domjuancourtleciel742 2 жыл бұрын
True ! It was the center of roman-german Empire
@esramnor6734
@esramnor6734 2 жыл бұрын
rome
@JoeDeniz
@JoeDeniz Жыл бұрын
if they had managed to conquer it, most of europe would be turkish
@poukaa7047
@poukaa7047 Жыл бұрын
@@esramnor6734 German
@shinkirou3026
@shinkirou3026 Жыл бұрын
@precizion_ i like when cultured people write in the comments. Salute sir!
@geomenda7159
@geomenda7159 2 жыл бұрын
If you are an EuIV player like me, I can feel your pain seeing Venice painted yellow
@alexeptop
@alexeptop 2 жыл бұрын
Literally every map and Paradox game : *makes Venice pinkish purple* Those guys :yellow
@KlaussMarcellus
@KlaussMarcellus 2 жыл бұрын
To be honest all games portray them as purple
@kagtkalem7115
@kagtkalem7115 2 жыл бұрын
@@alexeptop Pinkish purple? Dude, venice is light blue
@alexeptop
@alexeptop 2 жыл бұрын
@@kagtkalem7115 tell me what game
@alparslankorkmaz2964
@alparslankorkmaz2964 3 жыл бұрын
Nicely explained.
@user-sx2jx6yn3j
@user-sx2jx6yn3j 3 жыл бұрын
When Gjergj Kastrioti died, Mehmed said, the shield of Europe died!
@agonv7812
@agonv7812 3 жыл бұрын
*Europe has Lost there Shield
@user-sx2jx6yn3j
@user-sx2jx6yn3j 3 жыл бұрын
@@agonv7812 *Their* not There!
@agonv7812
@agonv7812 3 жыл бұрын
@@user-sx2jx6yn3j yes
@user-sx2jx6yn3j
@user-sx2jx6yn3j 3 жыл бұрын
@Texas Iboa Very true!
@rogerthat186
@rogerthat186 3 жыл бұрын
Well I never heard he said such thing lmao
@artenisdhjaku8171
@artenisdhjaku8171 3 жыл бұрын
When Scanderbeg died Mehmed said "Europe lost her shield" Scanderbeg was given by the pope the tittle "The protecter of cristianity" but those days are gone now. You will find Scanderbeg statues in most European capital cities, yet Europe is too arogant to accept Albania in European Union. Shame.
@nilfabra4365
@nilfabra4365 3 жыл бұрын
I mean the european union is a joke.
@albanianmapping
@albanianmapping 3 жыл бұрын
Ehhh Bitter Truth 😒
@GreenIsTheWayForward
@GreenIsTheWayForward 3 жыл бұрын
Well last year official talks started about Albania joining the EU. But I guess you understand that Albanian 15th century warfare will not be a factor?
@scipio1010
@scipio1010 2 жыл бұрын
Unfortunately, most Albanians converted to Islam. Today, 60% of the Albanian population is muslim. To make matters worse, recently the Albanian government has made a deal with the Turkish government to upgrade/improve the Albanian Armed forces. Partly in response to this and the recent Turkish aggression towards Greece, Italy and France have recently signed a treaty to collaborate and help each others in case of Turkish aggression. Albania is now seen as "sleeping with the enemy". So, nope. We don't want Albania to join the EU. We don't trust Albania. I say this with sorrow. But, it's the reality.
@denkapeneva2018
@denkapeneva2018 2 жыл бұрын
@@scipio1010 bro analbania have no history they exist from 1444-1479 wtf is this neither twenty years history
@johninterlichia3857
@johninterlichia3857 Жыл бұрын
I love the dramatic music!😀
@v.emiltheii-nd.8094
@v.emiltheii-nd.8094 3 жыл бұрын
Mehmed II: (plans to invade Italy) Vlad & Skanderbeg: Hello!
@hany9978
@hany9978 3 жыл бұрын
Now Skanderbeg was a man of Honor and true warrior - that can't be said for Vlad the Impaler he is the true personification of Dracula since it's all around his character though fiction of course but gives you an idea who he was...
@theturkish1373
@theturkish1373 3 жыл бұрын
Thats true, Skanderberg defended,m Vlad was just stauing behind his castle and putting everyone who is muslim on top the spikes. He didnt win a battle. He lost immediately when Mehmet sent some troops.
@agentopaque3776
@agentopaque3776 3 жыл бұрын
@Dusk Spawn He killed his own people and was even disliked by his own barons wtf you on about? the only Turks he impaled were 2000 scouts army caught off guard Mehmed cut of his head and hung it on the gates of Constantinople and if it wasn't for his brother Radu pleading with Mehmed, Romania might have not even existed
@blockie9706
@blockie9706 3 жыл бұрын
@@theturkish1373 Hahaha you're spitting nothing but facts my boy 💯💯💯💯 😜
@ouioui1639
@ouioui1639 2 жыл бұрын
@@agentopaque3776 wrong!!!!!!!! Romania would have been a Muslim country if Vlad didn’t do his thing thing ! Vlad killed his enemies who were plotting against him. They were deceptive and he spotted them out. Off with their heads.
@VoodooActual
@VoodooActual 3 жыл бұрын
**Sees title** Because Italy is, simply put, built differently
@areswalker5647
@areswalker5647 2 жыл бұрын
Yes but actually yes 😂
@mod5527
@mod5527 2 жыл бұрын
Mehmet was poisoned and killed on his way to Rome to aid his army in Otranto. If Mehmet had not died that day, everything would have been different now.
@runaakter1020
@runaakter1020 2 жыл бұрын
May Allah rest hm in peace and gave this world one more mehmet
@fireinthehole0072
@fireinthehole0072 Жыл бұрын
So basically if it wasn't for Skanderbeg Italy would have been conquered 25 years earlier when Sultan Mehmet was at its peak, this is because Scanderbeg fought 2 sultans for 25 years..it makes sense..it also makes sense that Italy was the center of Europe at that time.
@denkapeneva2018
@denkapeneva2018 Жыл бұрын
No way 🥺 And why analbania is the only fake islamic state in Europe?
@fireinthehole0072
@fireinthehole0072 Жыл бұрын
@@denkapeneva2018 because i say so !
@AverytheCubanAmerican
@AverytheCubanAmerican 3 жыл бұрын
The Ottomans were scared of the fact Italy had Squarespace, of course. I would be scared too
@ragingbull8024
@ragingbull8024 3 жыл бұрын
Sponsor 😂😂😂😂😂😂
@rathersane
@rathersane 3 жыл бұрын
If I remember correctly, the Ottomans were still using Angelfire.
@emirerkanemiroglu2813
@emirerkanemiroglu2813 3 жыл бұрын
Actually Ottoman Empire had everything they were one of the most powerful state in the world in that time, Mehmed had just conquered the Istanbul, so the army was tired. Even a really big Empire like Ottoman should stop because there were really different nations and religious in there it is hard to control. Ottoman was giving its people what they need people were live in peace and wealth but still sometimes it wasn't enough
@topy706
@topy706 3 жыл бұрын
@@emirerkanemiroglu2813 europe would never stay unter ottoman for long even if they had been conquered. look how long wallachia prevailed and defied the turks because they never allowed their culture to be dominated by muslims and at the end they always had problems with european territories and revolts.
@martinusv7433
@martinusv7433 3 жыл бұрын
@@emirerkanemiroglu2813 I still don't think they had Squarespace, tho 🤔
@padredemishijos12
@padredemishijos12 3 жыл бұрын
You completely missed the most important point. The Ottoman economy was based on the Silk Rout trade with China and India, and its economy was based also on silver. When the Spanish conquered the Western Hemisphere, aka, the West Indies, an abundance of gold and silver saturated the world and plummeted the value of Ottoman silver thus causing an economic depression for the Ottomans, and reversely a boom to the Holy Roman Empire with the Spanish Hapsburgs leading it.
@mouath_14
@mouath_14 2 жыл бұрын
I agree, i'd wonder if the Ottomans succeeded in conquoring Morocco, they would've probably launched a few exploration journeys into the atlantic just like Carthage did thousands of years ago.
@padredemishijos12
@padredemishijos12 2 жыл бұрын
@@mouath_14 Why? Unlike the Europeans, Ottomans already were in India no need for further exploration. Instead they would have recaptured lost Muslim land in Spain.
@aren624
@aren624 2 жыл бұрын
I'm Turkish and everything you say is wrong
@aol8166
@aol8166 2 жыл бұрын
@@padredemishijos12 "lost Muslim lands" lol! How are they lost if they were stolen and never belonged to you in the first place? By your logic, then iraq, Afghanistan and iran belongs to the Mongols who lost it later on. Spain never belonged to the Muslim invaders in the first place.
@aol8166
@aol8166 2 жыл бұрын
@@padredemishijos12 "lost Muslim lands" lol! How are they lost if they were stolen and never belonged to you in the first place? By your logic, then iraq, Afghanistan and iran belongs to the Mongols who lost it later on.
@Workin2anEarlyGrave
@Workin2anEarlyGrave Жыл бұрын
I remember listening to a historian who said that the Pope gained the favor of a man close to Mehmed the Conqueror and have him poisoned. Italy would not stand if he survived on as it was his obsession, he said. The Ottoman Emperor even had coins made in his name saying he is the only Roman emperor.
@bilhassatr
@bilhassatr Жыл бұрын
İlber, kadında bir bacak var.
@Tortellobello45
@Tortellobello45 Жыл бұрын
Bullshit, he got his ass kicked at Otranto. Watch the siege of Otranto
@ravige1879
@ravige1879 Жыл бұрын
@@Tortellobello45 He wasnt even in Otranto, and the invasion was called off after he died.
@stormcloaks1042
@stormcloaks1042 Жыл бұрын
@@Tortellobello45 Source: Trust me bro i was there
@Tortellobello45
@Tortellobello45 Жыл бұрын
@@stormcloaks1042 🤡🤡imagine not accepting defeat
@antoniovetrano8808
@antoniovetrano8808 Жыл бұрын
Thanks for your video If you agree I can add something about Otranto and Salento peninsula. At that time the Salentines were a mixture of Greek, Croatian, Albanian, and Christianized Normans......... a sum of very hard and anchorage to traditions peoples. Even the Romans, 1300 years before, took two years to gain the Salento peninsula " Bellum Sallentinum" (268-266 Before Christ). Particularly, due to demography emigration under the Arabic pirates' incursions along the Puglia coast, centuries before the Otranto siege, the majority of the population went to inland cities. (1050-1100 After Christ). The Pope, due to the pirates' attacks along the southern coast of Italian Kingdoms, in agreement with local lords, repopulated this zone with Croatians and Normans who mixed with the ancient greek citizens and residues of Byzantine communities. Getting a point......the failure of the Ottoman landing operations is to impute to the local population that preferred to sacrifice their lives instead to became Muslim under a Caliphate as happened, centuries before, in Sicily. If you go to Lecce, Brindisi, and Taranto you can ask, even today, what the expression "Mamma li Turchi" means for them. Salentines never agreed to be submitted, integrated, or exchange commercial traffic with Ottomane, instead of what happened in Sicily and Andalucia. As happened in other parts of Salento, in Otranto the Christians refused to switch religions and after a wild siege, they were all decapitated.
@ademlushi3121
@ademlushi3121 3 жыл бұрын
There are dozens of documents in those times of Austro-Hungarian ,Venetian, Italian ,Spanish ,ottoman that say that the savior of Europe was skanderbeg with the great sacrifice of his people
@arifmurataj8080
@arifmurataj8080 2 жыл бұрын
That’s true
@djharto4917
@djharto4917 2 жыл бұрын
Why did they then jump into bed with the Turks
@markovujosevic3632
@markovujosevic3632 2 жыл бұрын
But he wasn't Albanian
@OhioluAntitiKum
@OhioluAntitiKum 2 жыл бұрын
@@UnleashedDaemon genocide huh? GENOCIDE? excuse me sir but if ottomans genocide people of where it conquered, probably there will be no more greeks, arabs , bulgarians more and more. And remember it no one forget african, american , asian colonises of england france or any western power.
@worlddd7777
@worlddd7777 2 жыл бұрын
@@OhioluAntitiKum What about Armenian genocide
@alphaomega238
@alphaomega238 3 жыл бұрын
I'm surprised you made no mention of the Battle of Lepanto of 1571, which broke Ottoman sea power in the Mediterranean.
@scintillam_dei
@scintillam_dei 3 жыл бұрын
Iberia always gets little positive media attention due to the Black Legend.
@precursors
@precursors 3 жыл бұрын
Battle of Lepanto didn't break the naval power of Ottomans at all. Just a year after the battle Ottomans had the same fleet size.
@zamirroa
@zamirroa 2 жыл бұрын
@@precursors ended the ottoman superiority of Mediterranean sea and saved up Italy. Thank you Spain, it's a shame the world see you as a monster like the Nazi Germany.
@precursors
@precursors 2 жыл бұрын
@@zamirroa What? Italian states completely lost naval power after discovery of new world. And nobody sees Spain as Nazi Germany! What are you talking about??
@zamirroa
@zamirroa 2 жыл бұрын
@@precursors much people trash talk about the Spain's past
@mrvk39
@mrvk39 Жыл бұрын
I will go on a wild tangent here - what many here describe as "weakness" of Europe and "strength" of empires like the Ottomans was anything but.... I am talking about disunity and many competing kingdoms of Europe. This was one of the greatest strengths of Europe, not a weakness, and it led to Europe dominating entire world and not empires like the Ottomans or Persians or Chinese. These small kingdoms competed with each other and yet, were all interconnected. This allowed for competition leading to best weaponry, best technology and also to development of science and free-flow of ideas during the Renaissance and led to the age of Enlightenment. Scientists and political philosophers could travel freely among European kingdoms and if one was persecuting one or rejecting some innovation, the innovator could easily move to a rival kingdom and see his ideas flourish. This led to technological and scientific innovations, which allowed Europe to conquer the world. Contrastingly, big, centralized empires like the Ottomans, Russians, Chinese - they stifled ideas, persecuted independent thinkers, and gave them no escape. A Chinese Adam Smith or John Locke had nowhere to run, no where to spread their ideas if Chinese bureaucracy didn't like him. Same goes for the Ottomans and Russians. This is why Industrial Revolution and Enlightenment originated in Europe and somewhere else.
@dassolosyndikat5113
@dassolosyndikat5113 11 ай бұрын
Yes praise the white Europeans ❤
@bostonluyasar7045
@bostonluyasar7045 Ай бұрын
If it wasn't for the colonialism and the slave trade, you'd all be celebrating eid today.
@mrvk39
@mrvk39 Ай бұрын
@@bostonluyasar7045 the biggest slave market in history of humanity was the Muslim Ottoman Empire. And, the biggest colonial empire, before England grabbed India, was also Ottoman Empire (followed by the Persian Empire). So, glass houses there. Also, Europe's colonialism was a product of its dominance, not vice versa. It's better ships, better guns, more industrialization based on scientific revolution that made it all possible. So you are making a circular argument.
@dukefleedactarus6891
@dukefleedactarus6891 2 жыл бұрын
During that period Italy was divided but when in 1480 Ottomans conquered Otranto, a city in south Italy, many Reigns and the Pope united to form a mighty army. if Italy had been united it would have been the most powerful Nation in Europe.
@samthehikingman9484
@samthehikingman9484 3 жыл бұрын
Dracula saved Italy from invasion for a while!...
@blockie9706
@blockie9706 3 жыл бұрын
Nope 🤣🤣
@Junior-th9rt
@Junior-th9rt 3 жыл бұрын
@@blockie9706 and they still failed conquer italy 🤣
@_iustin_n8960
@_iustin_n8960 3 жыл бұрын
@@blockie9706 Yeah
@dude5910
@dude5910 3 жыл бұрын
Skanderbeg*
@blockie9706
@blockie9706 3 жыл бұрын
@@_iustin_n8960 Dracula was just a wannabe vampire, he more killed his people than ottomans, you know that Skanderbeg won 25 battles without any lose, right ? How many your dracula won ? 🤦‍♂️
@jamessinko5172
@jamessinko5172 3 жыл бұрын
I Don't Understand, How Come a Small Nation Like Albania Held Back Such a Superpower. Well Done to Skanderbeg!
@corazon9365
@corazon9365 3 жыл бұрын
The ottomans got enemies From the eas and north,... Not just albania
@zhasangjekaj958
@zhasangjekaj958 3 жыл бұрын
It’s all about unity I guess skenderbeg United Albanian lords and formed a strong small army with great strategy that won every battles against ottomans one was a draw and the one when skenderbeg went to Italy to fight ottomans king Alfonso asked him to ,
@jamessinko5172
@jamessinko5172 3 жыл бұрын
@Carozon 93 Sure, But On The North All The Principates Were Connected, It Was Easy For The Principates Up North To Join Their Powers, While Albania Was Surrounded From The Ottomans From All Sides, Not to Mention Albanian Population At The Time Was Only 200.000 Thousand, While Ottoman Empire Had A Population Of 15.000.000 Million (Thats 75 Ottomans For Every One Albanian) Yet Greeks, Serbians, Bulgarians, While; Much Larger In Population, Didn't Achieved What Albania Did, Holding Back The Ottoman Empire At Its >>>Prime Time
@jamessinko5172
@jamessinko5172 3 жыл бұрын
@ITS FACTZ "If Suleiman Was Still Alive"??? I Respond To That With: If George Kastrioti Was Still Alive...!!!! I'm Sorry Turkey Wasn't Able To Produce Heroes Like Europe Did. All Turkey Had Going For Them Was Sheer Numbers, And Stealing European Boys, With The Hope Of Turning Them Into Turkish Fighters, Since The Turks Knew They Lack Of Real Men!
@jamessinko5172
@jamessinko5172 3 жыл бұрын
@ITS FACTZ All I'm Hearing Is Just A Bunch Of Muslim Names; That The World Does Not Recognize Of! PS: Turkey Tried To Hard With Hungary, Never Got Anything Though! Hungarians Don't Budge Easy Either
@gianmarcoripani3162
@gianmarcoripani3162 3 жыл бұрын
They invaded Italy many times, but we have always turned them back, only to conquer the town of Otranto the sultan lost half of its army and was the first battle, in Italy we sell the bones of the fallen in Otranto as heroes of the homeland, Italians and Romanians were the shield of the West for more than a thousand years
@metigame1450
@metigame1450 2 жыл бұрын
@David Szakacs right Serbian 🤣 Serbs introduced the ottomans to the Balkans they brought them here to help and conquer Dardania ,But once the devil was in that’s it never left
@carlomagno7092
@carlomagno7092 2 жыл бұрын
@David Szakacs ever heard of battle of Lepanto?
@SomalianDuke
@SomalianDuke 2 жыл бұрын
@David Szakacs I agree with you, but we should not forget what Polish troops did.
@WFASPigeonGang
@WFASPigeonGang 2 жыл бұрын
@David Szakacs Man, imagine all the struggles that the Ottomans had with Venetians. Then shut up.
@dewd9327
@dewd9327 2 жыл бұрын
You mean the Byzantines were the shield of the west for thousands of years
@i-primeproductions1517
@i-primeproductions1517 2 жыл бұрын
I think the siege on Malta later on the was far more significant of a reason. As Voltaire said, “Nothing is more well known than the siege of Malta”
@simplethingsmatter.7782
@simplethingsmatter.7782 3 жыл бұрын
You should do a video about Skenderbeg. He won all his battles vs the Ottoman empire for 25 years straight, with a smaller army always.
@blackpaint9093
@blackpaint9093 3 жыл бұрын
He already did
@Nilvolentibusje
@Nilvolentibusje 3 жыл бұрын
He won cuz he served the ottomans. He knew Turkish tactics and used it to his advance.
@mustafak661
@mustafak661 3 жыл бұрын
@Albo Bad he was a Ottoman governor and bannerlord. WİKİPEDİA=Skanderbeg's display of military merit in several Ottoman campaigns, that Murad II (r. 1421-51) had given him the title of vali. At that time, Skanderbeg was leading a cavalry unit of 5,000 men.---he had a military education from the Enderun school(Ottoman Military School).
@caganab9499
@caganab9499 3 жыл бұрын
@Albo Bad the Ottoman Empire never used all of their troops in the Balkan if the ottoman used all of their troops Albania had not even a little chance not even 1% the ottomans thought they are weak as the Serbians or other Balkan states
@dennis5739
@dennis5739 3 жыл бұрын
@Albo Bad .Yes but they aren't grand ottoman army (ordu-yi hümayun). the sultan only sent his pashas on them.
@frukoprof
@frukoprof 3 жыл бұрын
Mehmed the Conqueror was a huge fan of Italy. He was interested in art and literature of Italian. Some even say that he learnt Italian language. However, his successors were complete opposite. This may be one of the reasons why Ottomans didn’t interest in Italy. Another reason might be naval issues against mighty naval forces of Europe. Even though Ottomans not that bad in Mediterranean, it wasn’t that practical to move huge armies and their supplies across the sea. Maybe Ottomans were logistics masterminds but naval invading isn’t something that they’re good at. Never mind, who cares poor Europe when you can capture all the wealth in the East, right?
@kaanxdx
@kaanxdx Жыл бұрын
Mehmed the Conqueror was the Kaiser of Rome, but the others were Ottoman kaisers.
@skibidirizzler6999
@skibidirizzler6999 Жыл бұрын
Mehmed the Conqueror could speak Turkish, Italian, Latin, Greek and Arabic very well, the reason why I mentioned Turkish is bc many Ottoman sultans actually couldn't speak it, the language royal family spoke was a mix of Persian, Arabic and Turkish. So, only people in Anatolia spoke Turkish at the time.
@DarthPlato
@DarthPlato 2 жыл бұрын
Suleiman tried to invade Italy. Various factors thwarted this effort--such as the French failing to keep their side of the agreement.
@CFITOMAHAWK2
@CFITOMAHAWK2 Жыл бұрын
The Pope had Spanish Soldiers placed all over the south regions of Italy all south of Vatican City to fight and stop the Muslims. It worked. Then the Muslims went to Eastern Europe to invade instead. But they could not win in Italy. Spain even defeated The French tryin to invade from the north, the Milan area, and even captured a french king that in arrogance dared to set foot in Milan area. They brought that king to Spain Madrid as a prisoner. Shame for France too. The Spanish won in South and North Italy.
@Slem7
@Slem7 2 жыл бұрын
Albania and Albanians saved Europe 🇦🇱❤
@G_1237
@G_1237 2 жыл бұрын
Lmao hahah
@Slem7
@Slem7 2 жыл бұрын
@@G_1237 smile is on our face. Not yours. History is written. You cannot change it. Scanderbeg 🔥🇦🇱
@onso9898
@onso9898 Жыл бұрын
But they sacrifices themselves 🤣
@rigovaldivia8424
@rigovaldivia8424 3 жыл бұрын
The Battle of Lepanto was a naval engagement that took place on 7 October 1571 when a fleet of the Holy League, a coalition of Catholic Christian states arranged by Pope Pius V, inflicted a major defeat on the fleet of the Ottoman Empire in the Gulf of Patras
@jmcfintona999
@jmcfintona999 3 жыл бұрын
Spain. Spain was becoming very powerful in Europe by the time the ottoman captured byzantine
@NoName-hg6cc
@NoName-hg6cc 3 жыл бұрын
Spain wasn't there in late 1400
@jmcfintona999
@jmcfintona999 3 жыл бұрын
@@NoName-hg6cc 1469 castile and aragon United. The reconquesta was practically over as granada had become a vassal of castile for 100 years. In the 1400s Western countries with Atlantic coasts were becoming very powerful and advanced. France and England. The holy roman empire at the time was very strong and was heavily involved in Italy. Before the capture the Portuguese under John the navigator who was a member of the knights of christ (Templars) had invaded muslim North Africa
@antoniobaute3740
@antoniobaute3740 2 жыл бұрын
@@NoName-hg6cc ARAGON IS SPAIN. CASTELNUOVO, MALTA, LEPANTO... SPAIN
@RubenRodriguez-qo8vr
@RubenRodriguez-qo8vr 2 жыл бұрын
Indeed. You are right. Spain. Constantinople was captured by the Ottoman Empire on 29 May 1453. Otranto (in Italy) was captured in 1480 by an Ottoman army under Gedik Ahmed Pasha who main goal were using Otranto as a base camp to invade Italy (I repeat in 1480). This is the last quarter of the 1400s (XV centuries). Do you think was that enough to avoid the fall of the whole Italian peninsula during the 16th and 17th centuries, at the height of its power, under the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent? The presence of the Spanish Empire in the Eastern Mediterranean (due to the South of Italy was ruled by the Spanish kings) was concerned the Ottoman sultans like Suleiman, who saw it as an early indication of Spanish's intention to rival Ottoman dominance in the region. You can check several defeats of the Ottoman Empire due to the Spanish Empire during the 1500s:The Siege of Castelnuovo in 1538,the Great Siege of Malta occurred in 1565 or the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. Regarding the Siege of Castelnuovo despite the failure of Spanish forces to retain the fortress, Castelnuovo's defense was sung by numerous contemporaneous poets and praised all over Christian Europe. The Spanish soldiers who participated in the unequal engagement were compared with mythological and classical history heroes like Leonidas in The Battle of Thermopylae, being considered immortal due to the magnitude of their Spanish feat. Regarding the Great Siege of Malta, the Ottomans invaded Malta in 1565, undertaking the Great Siege of Malta, which began on 18 May and lasted until 8 September. At first it seemed that this would be a repeat of the battle on Rhodes, with most of Malta's cities destroyed and half the Knights killed in battle; but a relief force from Spain entered the battle, resulting in the loss of 10,000 Ottoman troops. This victory became one of the most celebrated events of sixteenth-century Europe, to the point that Voltaire said: "Nothing is better known than the siege of Malta." It undoubtedly contributed to the eventual erosion of the European perception of Ottoman invincibility, although the Mediterranean continued to be contested between Christian coalitions and the Turks for many years. Regarding the Battle of Lepanto, in the history of naval warfare, Lepanto marks the last major engagement in the Western world to be fought almost entirely between rowing vessels, namely the galleys and galeasses. The battle was in essence an "infantry battle on floating platforms". It was the largest naval battle in Western history since classical antiquity, involving more than 400 warships. The victory of the Spanish Empire was of great importance in the history of Europe and of the Ottoman Empire, marking the turning-point of Ottoman military expansion into the Mediterranean, although the Ottoman wars in Europe would continue for another century but by land wars. It has long been compared to the Battle of Salamis, both for tactical parallels and for its crucial importance in the defense of Europe against imperial expansion. It was also of great symbolic importance in a period when Europe was torn by its own wars of religion following the Protestant Reformation. Pope Pius V instituted the feast of Our Lady of Victory and Philip II of Spain used the victory to strengthen his position as the "Most Catholic King" and defender of Christendom against Muslim incursion. Regarding the Battle of Lepanto, the historian Paul K. Davis writes that: "More than a military victory, Lepanto was a moral one. For decades, the Ottoman Turks had terrified Europe, and the victories of Suleiman the Magnificent caused Christian Europe serious concern. The defeat at Lepanto further exemplified the rapid deterioration of Ottoman might under Selim II, and Christians rejoiced at this setback for the Ottomans. The mystique of Ottoman power was tarnished significantly by this battle, and Christian Europe was heartened." The engagement was a significant defeat for the Ottomans, who had not lost a major naval battle since the fifteenth century. The Ottoman defeat has often been cited as the historical turning-point initiating the eventual stagnation of Ottoman territorial expansion. The Spanish Christian victory at Lepanto confirmed the de facto division of the Mediterranean, with the eastern half under firm Ottoman control and the western under the Spanish Empire, halting the Ottoman encroachment on Italian territories. The historian Paul K. Davis synopsizes the importance of Lepanto this way: "This Turkish defeat stopped Ottomans' expansion into the Mediterranean, thus maintaining western dominance, and confidence grew in the west that Turks, previously unstoppable, could be beaten".
@interfc616
@interfc616 2 жыл бұрын
The best King of all! Gergj Kastriot Skënderbe 🇦🇱
@dejangamingytgameszaramoth1852
@dejangamingytgameszaramoth1852 2 жыл бұрын
And he was Serbian
@blockie9706
@blockie9706 2 жыл бұрын
@@dejangamingytgameszaramoth1852 🤣🤣 Sure he was, so is Alexandervić the greatvić, Napoleonvić Bonapartvić, Genghisvić Khanvić, and many others.
@king27702
@king27702 2 жыл бұрын
Italy survived this thanks to Scanderbeg and Hunyadi and they should give respect to these guys eventhough venetia betrayed both many times especially Scanderbeg!
@r.ladaria135
@r.ladaria135 3 жыл бұрын
Well, 1492 . Castille and Aragon get unified. Spain is the owner of Naples and Sicilly. France, the ally of the turks tried to conquer the South of Italy. Failed miserably against the "tercios" .
@r.ladaria135
@r.ladaria135 3 жыл бұрын
@Jordi Barcelona sí Jordi. Sí. Y de 25.000 soldados, sólo 5000 era italianos. The fact is that 1/3 of the fleet did not join the fight till the end. The Galeazas were inmediatly surpased , and the main factor of the victory was the spanish marine infantry, both in the center of the fleet, and in the venetian galleis.
@Chaiserzose
@Chaiserzose 3 жыл бұрын
Meglio gli spagnoli dei francesi
@r.ladaria135
@r.ladaria135 3 жыл бұрын
@@Chaiserzose aquí en Palma tenemos un barrio que se llama Génova ... se fundó en la eda Media. Otro es Son Sardin(i)a ha perdido la i... yo diría que casi somos familia.
@magnusyarbrough5527
@magnusyarbrough5527 3 жыл бұрын
this is before the tercios though.
@r.ladaria135
@r.ladaria135 3 жыл бұрын
@@magnusyarbrough5527 well, in fact to write " tercios" is shorter than write " the troops that later became the migthy tercios with brilliant commander like Fernando González de Córdoba who proved his value in tha war to take Granda when he started to master the arms combination of pikes, guns and artillery."
@surriyajabeen2646
@surriyajabeen2646 3 жыл бұрын
Finally a video on my most favourite topics
@pooperscoper422
@pooperscoper422 3 жыл бұрын
Is it spaghetti?
@thehistoryenthusiast4956
@thehistoryenthusiast4956 3 жыл бұрын
Then you should rethink your history interests.
@surriyajabeen2646
@surriyajabeen2646 3 жыл бұрын
@@thehistoryenthusiast4956 I also love alternatives
@thehistoryenthusiast4956
@thehistoryenthusiast4956 3 жыл бұрын
@@surriyajabeen2646 like what?
@surriyajabeen2646
@surriyajabeen2646 3 жыл бұрын
@@thehistoryenthusiast4956 you know like alternate history
@oskareriksson2202
@oskareriksson2202 2 жыл бұрын
Italy wasn't so easy to invade from the south (the most successful invasions come from the north, in the south is difficult even to advance, look the allied in ww2 or phyrrus too), second the political situation of Italy wasn't so desperate, there was 1 the papal state, that in 1400 1500 had a pretty decent army and navy, aside with the neapolitan kingdom of the aragonese dinasty, and Sicily who was a vice kingdom of aragon instead, Venice was a superpower who had expanded on land too, and with a super fleet (in Lepanto only the venetian galeazze killed 108 ottoman galleys, because they was proto galleons and could fire from every side and was too high to be assaulted by the galleys, that give you the measure of the venetian technology at the time, it wasn't the sick and tired Venice of xvii and xviii century, in xv century and xvi Venice was a superpower for the moment), 3rd if the papal state was threatened I guess Spain and the holy Roman empire would have intervened immediately, a crusade probably was launched, and Italy isn't eastern Europe plains, it's not so difficult to push back an invader from South, especially if this invader is far away from his territory and reached its limit of supply routes (look the siege of Vienna, ottomans arrived at the gates of Western Europe finish their supply capacity, its like for the Christians to invade the east), so there are many factors. Really many. And as you sad the Italian states tend to unite if threatened, (the French and the Spanish in the Italian war had success because the Italian states was divided among them, some allied with the invaders like Milan who called the French in 1492 i guess, but when they united was dangerous). Skandenberg and the Albanians too was another factor. BTW the ottomans penegrated sometime in Italy, like in otranto, or in Friuli, but they was ever kicked back. It wasn't so easy like I sad yet to invade Italy, or Austria to them.
@CFITOMAHAWK2
@CFITOMAHAWK2 Жыл бұрын
The Pope had Spanish Soldiers placed all over the south regions of Italy all south of Vatican City to fight and stop the Muslims. It worked. Then the Muslims went to Eastern Europe to invade instead. But they could not win in Italy. Spain even defeated The French tryin to invade from the north, the Milan area, and even captured a french king that in arrogance dared to set foot in Milan area. They brought that king to Spain Madrid as a prisoner. Shame for France too. The Spanish won in South and North Italy.
@tommi6893
@tommi6893 Жыл бұрын
Yeah, my city (Pisa) he rebelled against the Florentine oppression and with the support of Charles the Eighth we founded the second Pisan republic which lasted until 1512. it did not have an army but rather it was the same citizens who fought all together. venice gave us six supplies because in the past we were great allies
@oskareriksson2202
@oskareriksson2202 Жыл бұрын
@@CFITOMAHAWK2 yeah, exactly, but the singular Italian states wasn't the decadent states of the later centuries, Venice, the duchy of Florence, the viceroyames of Naples and Sardinia (under Spanish control) was very powerful at the time (in lepanto only the venetian new galeazze, a proto Galeon, destroyed 108 Turkish galleys). It wasn't so easy to attack Italy even in xv century before the Spanish conquest. Look the Otranto siege. But also the battle of Fornovo against france. In renaissance The Italian states when united and with the help of a foreign power or even the pope was a difficult enemy in homeland.
@CFITOMAHAWK2
@CFITOMAHAWK2 Жыл бұрын
@@oskareriksson2202 With the help of that foreigh power" ? . Yes, the Aragon , then all of Spain united from 1492. The Muslims then went away to conquer eastern europe instead.
@zulkarneynyavuz8974
@zulkarneynyavuz8974 2 жыл бұрын
When the Europeans fought with the Ottomans, they knew how to unite every time. The world was not just Europe. There were powerful states in the East and the Ottomans were fighting alone. I ask how many years Germany was taken in World War II? Within 1-2 years, Germany was taken by the Allied Forces. Ottoman Europe was not that easy. It was not easy to manage this state for more than 600 years. It's not easy to go to war every time. Respect this great state!!!
@idk-zi3gw
@idk-zi3gw 3 ай бұрын
It wasn't in continuous wars they had peaceful times where they can rest
@sokolisufaj2284
@sokolisufaj2284 3 жыл бұрын
Why Ottomans didn't conquered Italy? Because in the middle were a stubborn, warlike and brave Nation, the Albanians and their Leader, Scanderbeg, the Greatest Albanian ever. And Albanians didn't allow that this happened even after the death of Scanderbeg. "At last Europe and Asia are mine! Woe to Christendom! It has lost its sword and its shield." - Mehmed the Conqueror, on hearing news of Skanderbeg's death
@bobshenix
@bobshenix 2 жыл бұрын
Albania ended up Muslim anyhow ironically lol
@annacanova7060
@annacanova7060 2 жыл бұрын
@@bobshenix not anymore fortunately
@alexdel5629
@alexdel5629 3 жыл бұрын
I mean, how can you conquer the Italian Peninsula when the south belonged to either France or Spain, the Papal States were among the most influential states of Europe at that time (if the Ottomans attacked those States, a war against every catholic country would unsue, i.e. a crusade), and with the northern states that still belonged to the Holy Roman Empire? Fun fact: I'm Italian and not very far from where I live there's a city that used to have walls around it, built specifically to protect the city from the Ottomans. So, they did try to invade Italy, but they probably just couldn't.
@alexdel5629
@alexdel5629 3 жыл бұрын
Oh and also, Venice and Genoa ruled the Mediterrean at the time. So the Ottomans surely had many problems trying to conquer Italy.
@alexdel5629
@alexdel5629 3 жыл бұрын
@@islamisthetruth3402 Yeah, but Venice and Genoa never fell under Ottoman rule, meaning the Ottomans never conquered any area of the Italian Peninsula, that's what I intended to say.
@Luca-ok6sw
@Luca-ok6sw 3 жыл бұрын
Asmoh and after a few years a lethal defeat was inflicted by Venetians to Ottomans, that victory by the Ottomans was really nothing
@xtusvincit5230
@xtusvincit5230 3 жыл бұрын
@carmine paola You are the only one I can find who mentions LePonto. This history is utterly incomplete without LePonto--and the Seige of Belgrade.
@joseluismartinalonso1736
@joseluismartinalonso1736 2 жыл бұрын
@@xtusvincit5230 Lepanto
@UlricSir
@UlricSir 2 жыл бұрын
Greetings! I am an appreciator of the history of the Anatolian peoples, of which mainly, I admit, the Turkic peoples, and in this sense, I study with pleasure the Turkish universe of the long period of the Ottoman hegemony over the Balkans and the Middle East, from the early days of the emirate to the heyday of the sultanate, to the decline and ultimately, to the collapse of the concept of empire itself. Like many empires preceding the conception of the nation-state, the Ottoman Empire did not operate from a nationalist angle at all. Multicultiralism and multi-confessionalism have been essential foundations of Turkish power as well as one of its riches. When Mehmed II conquered Constantinople, he saw himself as a universal leader. He was the khan, the sultan, the emperor and even, the king of kings as the Persians understood him. Protector of minorities living under his reign and master of all. The era of reforms or `` tanzimats '' threatened the Sublime Porte and its States, its domination more dangerously than the Treaty of Karlowitz and Constantinople, than the destruction in connection with the Holy League and the damage caused by localized rebellions. In any case, I digress. I am sorry for that. Thank you for coming and enriching us with your explanations. Personally, I was cheerful that a clarification arose on the Italian question, because it is fair to say that Italy was indeed in the priority plans of the masters of Constantinople. If Mehmed II had lived longer, many things would have been different, since he imagined and planned his projects without telling anyone, and only announced his intentions once his business was in place. However, when he died, it is presumed that he was eyeing Egypt and perhaps the Italian peninsula. In addition, as you have well underlined, several obstacles arose in front of the Ottoman ambitions, including natural elements and out of the control of the Sultan or despots who watched the marches of Christianity.
@caniblmolstr4503
@caniblmolstr4503 Жыл бұрын
Well the Kingdom of Sicily was actually pretty strong during the Hautevilles and Hauhenstaufens... That's why. They controlled large parts of Africa as well. It was only after the Angevins and Aragonese destroyed it that the Ottomans broke through to the Barbary coast
@CFITOMAHAWK2
@CFITOMAHAWK2 Жыл бұрын
Broke where in Italy ?
@jacopolenzi6413
@jacopolenzi6413 Жыл бұрын
But Ottomans didn't exist as a strong Anatholic State in thirteenth century. And the Kingdom of Sicily lost almost of its African possessions at the end of the twelfth century.
@animasyonYT
@animasyonYT Жыл бұрын
Actually Ottoman Empire Made Conquering Papa Plan too But Fatih Sultan Mehmet died before plan started.
@Bayard1503
@Bayard1503 Жыл бұрын
You have your timelines really messed up.
@Mark-po2xx
@Mark-po2xx 3 жыл бұрын
Scanderbeg and Albanians stopped Ottomans and sultan mehmet at their prime. Mehmed could only conquer albania eight years after scanderbeg died when he was old and didn’t have time left to conquer Italy because it was time for him to die. That’s how albania saved italy and eventually Europe.
@AirWorthyTours
@AirWorthyTours 3 жыл бұрын
Did not know about occupation of Otrento! However, I’m surprised you didn’t put in the battle of Lepanto and the Siege of Malta as decisive factors for the Ottomans failure to conquer Italy.
@Snruisy
@Snruisy 2 жыл бұрын
I was just about to say that, the battle of Lepanto halted the Ottomans from making any more forays into the Italian states, it proved their unity when faced with a common treat!
@imperatoralbanie7668
@imperatoralbanie7668 2 жыл бұрын
Im Albanian and this makes me sense. In those times we were the fear of a empire. Then when they conquered us, Albania became divided in many little tribes all fooled by Serbs, Turks and Great powers to fight each other and slowly loosing power. But one thing we kept, to win battles with literally nothing against organized armies.
@FrLawRE
@FrLawRE 2 жыл бұрын
Good video that explains well something that always puzzled me. That is to say, given the fact that the powerful Ottoman Empire was just opposite Italy, why didn't the Ottomans invade?
@FrLawRE
@FrLawRE 2 жыл бұрын
I wouldn't say that they didn't have adequate resources, at least not on land. They attacked and besieged Vienna in both 1529 and 1683, even though they suffered defeats on both occasions.
@miltotrifoni2991
@miltotrifoni2991 3 жыл бұрын
SKANDERBEG was alone , imagine someone helping him HE WAS SHIELD OF EUROPE !!!
@blockie9706
@blockie9706 3 жыл бұрын
He was alone and won all the beatles, this makes him One of the greatest in History.
@omerozcan2172
@omerozcan2172 3 жыл бұрын
Not Skanderbeg "İskender Bey" bey means chief of nomad people in all turkic nations
@miltotrifoni2991
@miltotrifoni2991 3 жыл бұрын
@@omerozcan2172 Iskander mean Alexander in turkish language , ottomas called him because Alexander the great
@imperatoralbanie7668
@imperatoralbanie7668 2 жыл бұрын
@@omerozcan2172 Gjergj Gjon Kastrioti Skenderbeu! Dont worry, when maybe in a day we will attack Turkey, we will use one of your mosques to says loudly is name!
@marcostation1000
@marcostation1000 3 жыл бұрын
Because of Spain, Venice amd Italy battle of lepanto. Also note England and france help the turks from the shadows The english pirate and french traitors.
@xavibizkaya6172
@xavibizkaya6172 3 жыл бұрын
Francia por las sombras? , si estuvieron aliados con los Otomanos por siglos...
@serjaldozhuri4631
@serjaldozhuri4631 2 жыл бұрын
The name is Gjergj Kastriot Skenderbeu--hero of Europe
@tehgankerer
@tehgankerer 2 жыл бұрын
I was a visit surprised there was no mention of some key events like the battle of Lepanto
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