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Murad/K Last Girl - My story of captivity and m...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 23.08.2018, Einband: Paperback, Titelzusatz: My story of captivity and my fight against the Islamic State, Übersetzungstitel: Ich bin eure Stimme, Autor: Murad, Nadia/Krajeski, Jenna, Verlag: Little Brown Book Group, Sprache: Englisch, Produktform: Kartoniert, Umfang: 314 S., Seiten: 314, Format: 2.1 x 19.8 x 12.5 cm, Gewicht: 269 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Murad, Nadia: The Last Girl
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Erscheinungsdatum: 02.11.2017, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Last Girl, Titelzusatz: My Story of captivity and my Fight against the islamic State, Autor: Murad, Nadia // Krajeski, Jenna, Verlag: Little, Brown Book Group, Imprint: Tim Duggan Books // Virago Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Englische Bücher // Biografie // Erinnerung // Politik // u. Sozialwissenschaft // IS // Islamischer Staat // Islam // Zeitgeschichte // BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY // Personal Memoirs // Memoiren // Berichte // Erinnerungen // Politik und Staat // Biografien: allgemein, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 306, Herkunft: GROSSBRITANNIEN (GB), Gewicht: 436 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Murad, Nadia: The Last Girl
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Erscheinungsdatum: 10/2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Last Girl, Titelzusatz: My Story of Captivity, and My Fight Against the Islamic State, Autor: Murad, Nadia, Verlag: Random House LCC US, Imprint: Tim Duggan Books, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Englische Bücher // Biografie // Erinnerung // Politik // u. Sozialwissenschaft // IS // Islamischer Staat // Islam // Zeitgeschichte // BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY // Personal Memoirs // Biografien: allgemein // Memoiren // Berichte // Erinnerungen, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 308, Abbildungen: 1 8-PG 4C INSERT, FRONTIS MAPS, Gewicht: 238 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Hadji Murad [Russian Edition] , Hörbuch, Digita...
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This short novel, published after Tolstoy's death, is the last novel the great author wrote. It tells the true story of Hadji Murad (or Hadji Murat, alternatively), an Avar who commanded the peoples of Dagestan and Chechnya in their resistance against assimilation into the Russian empire. Tolstoy had first heard of Murad during his travels, and the author became inspired by Murad's refusal to give in to the demands of a corrupt world. Hadji Murad shares many of the same themes found in War and Peace. Those enchanted by Tolstoy's work may find yet another treasure in this lesser-known historical novel. Please note: This audiobook is in Russian. 1. Russian. Oleg Fedorov. http://samples.audible.de/bk/zaot/000078/bk_zaot_000078_sample.mp3.

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Sinan Pasha
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sinan was one of the biggest killers in whole history. In 1569, he was appointed governor of Ottoman Egypt, and was subsequently involved until 1571 in the conquest of Yemen. In 1574 he commanded the great expedition against Tunis, which, in spite of the resistance of the Spanish garrison, was added to the Ottoman Empire. In 1580, Sinan commanded the army against the Safavids in the Ottoman?Persian (1578?1590), and was appointed grand vizier by Sultan Murad III. He was, however, disgraced and exiled in the following year, owing to the defeat of his lieutenant Mehmed Pasha, at Gori (during an attempt to provision the Ottoman garrison of Tbilisi).

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Kuyucu Murad Pasha
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Kuyucu Murat Pasha ("Murad Pasha the Well-digger") was a Croatian who became Ottoman grand vizier during the reign of Ahmed I between December 9, 1606 and August 5, 1611. His nickname derives from the harsh methods he has employed in order to suppress (and eventually put an end) to the Jelali Revolts, which were an extension and a prolongation of Kizilbash Revolts that had started about a hundred years before him and which had created disastrous turmoil in Ottoman Anatolia. Information based on sources such as the contemporary Ottoman historians Ibrahim Peçevi and Mustafa Naima, as well the Armenian priest and chronicler Grigor of Kemah led later historians to arrive at estimates of between 50 to 150 thousand Anatolian Turks, rebels or otherwise, killed during Murat Pasha's office in his several campaigns against separate large rebel groups. The cited contemporary historians point that the wells that gave the Pasha his surname served to bury corpses, in very high numbers, of the executed.

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Jelali Revolts
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Jelali revolts (Turkish: Celalî ayaklanmalar ), were a series of rebellions in Anatolia against the authority of the Ottoman Empire in the 16th and 17th centuries. The first revolt termed as such occurred in 1519, during sultan Selim I's reign, near Tokat under the leadership of Celâl, an Alevi preacher, and the name of the chief rebel was later used by Ottoman histories to define other uprisings of similar nature. Major Celali revolts occurred in 1526-28, 1595-1610, 1654-55, and 1658-59. Although the ethnic factor in these rebellions comply with the general Ottoman pattern of intermixtures, they can be safely described as having a largely Turkic base, especially in relation to the semi-nomadic or nomadic Turkmen clans that had taken part in the building of the empire with their Ottoman kinsmen, and saw themselves increasingly distanced from the power base, the central authority relying more on the dev irme system and corps. They were brought to an end during the reign of Murad IV.

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Camille Chamoun Sports City Stadium
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Camille Chamoun Sports City Stadium is a 48,837 capacity multi-purpose stadium in the Bir Hassan area of Beirut, Lebanon. It is Lebanon''s largest stadium and holds the world''s 306th largest stadium ranking campacity-wise. The Sports City Stadium is currently used mostly for football matches and it also has athletics facilities. It was built in 1957 by the Lebanese Ministry of Youth & Fine Arts in the presidency of Camille Chamoun. The opening game was a friendly played against FC Petrolul Ploie ti, where Lebanon won 1-0 through a goal scored by Joseph Abou Murad. The stadium was completely demolished in the Israeli Invasion of 1982. Consequently, former Lebanese PM "Rafic Al Hariri" initiated a project to rebuild the stadium in preparation for the 2000 AFC Asian Cup. The reconstruction received funding from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, with a respective contribution of 20 Million and 5Million U.S. Dollars. The other 75 Million U.S. Dollars were provided by the Lebanese government. The renovation process of the bordering "Pierre Gemayel Hall" was also included in the overall project.

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History of Ottoman Serbia
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ottoman Serbia refers to the period of the history of Serbia between 1540 and 1804 when the region was ruled by the Ottoman Empire.The Turks defeated the Serbian army in two crucial battles: on the banks of the river Maritsa in 1371, where the forces of Serbian nobleman Mrnjav evi from today's Macedonia were defeated, and the Battle of Kosovo in Kosovo Polje (Kosovo Field) in 1389. This battle pitted vassal troops commanded by Prince Lazar against the Turkish Sultan Murad I. According to Serbian folk tradition, the contest ended with the legendary "sudden departure" of Brankovi 's Serbian troops. Sultan Murad I, though victorious at the battle, was later stabbed and assassinated by a Serbian nobleman named Milo Obili who was taken as a prisoner inside his tent, where the Turks expected him to show his respect to the sultan. Obili himself was immediately executed by the sultan's Janissary bodyguards as a response.

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