Siege of the Moles

Godwin, John
October 2001
Military History;Oct2001, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p46
Recalls the defeat of the Ottoman Turks in Vienna, Austria that signaled the beginning of the decline of the Ottoman Empire. Information on the extent of the Ottoman Empire; Outstanding attributes that made the Turks natural conquerors; Highlights of the war between the Turks and Austrians.


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