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Payitaht: Sultan Abdülhamid EPISODE 07 Season 01 with Urdu Dubbing by GiveMe5

Updated: Mar 14, 2023



Payitaht: Sultan Abdülhamid EPISODE 07 Season 01 with Urdu Dubbing by GiveMe5 This is Episode Number 7 of Payitaht Abdülhamid, Indeed, even as exchanges were in progress at the Istanbul Conference (December 1876-January 1877) and the Ottoman parliament met (March 1877) to actualize the changes, the Russians made dynamic arrangements for war. The Czar purchased the impartiality of the Austria-Hungary Empire by promising them the territory of Bosnia-Herzegovina and authority over Serbia.

The Austrian military unforeseen positioned in Rumania since 1854 was pulled back, making room for a Russian development upon Istanbul through Rumania and Bulgaria The British as well, flagged their nonpartisanship in case of a Russian-Turkish war by proclaiming that they would not meddle as long as the status of the Straits or Istanbul was unaltered. Germany, whose key distraction was evasion of war among Austria and Russia, obliged Austrian nonpartisanship. Therefore the street was cleared for the Czar's military to attack the domains of its neighbor toward the south.


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The Russians started the war in May 1877 with an assault on the Ottoman eastern territories. The next month, in June 1877, they opened a second front in the west over the Danube River. The Russian attack was in clear infringement of the Treaty of Paris, marked in 1856 at the finish of the Crimean War, by which the European forces had all things considered ensured the trustworthiness of the Ottoman Empire. Be that as it may, this was the period of expansionism. Every arrangement that the Europeans marked with the Ottomans was nevertheless a stratagem to subvert and involve an extra Ottoman area.

The Russian target in the east was a quick drive on the city of Erzurum, from where they could carve a swath through southern Anatolia and Syria to the Mediterranean, confining the Turkish heartland. In the west, the objective was a fast drive on Istanbul through Rumania and Bulgaria to compel the Turks to surrender before the European forces altered their perspective on their purported lack of bias.

The Ottomans, despite the fact that they had spent enormous wholes on combat hardware since the Crimean War, were hampered by an absence of prepared officials. The Czar, through apt publicity as oneself announced defender of the Eastern Orthodox Church, exploited the alienation of the enormous Christian populace in the Balkans. In the eastern area as well, he instigated the up to this point tranquil Armenians to badger the Ottoman armed forces.

Helped by nearby Christians, the underlying development of the Russian militaries was quick. Ardahan fell in May 1877; the Ottomans lost a sizable number of men and material. On the western front, the battalion town of Sistova fell in June. Advance contingents of Russian troops crossed the Shipka Pass, caught Sofia and Nicopolis and compromised Erdirne. Enormous scale slaughters of Muslim workers pursued every one of the Russian triumphs. The Russians disseminated weapons and ammo caught from the withdrawing Ottomans to the nearby Christians who turned on their Muslim neighbors. A great many towns saw ghastliness scenes of mass killings.The worn down overcomers of the butcher spilled towards Istanbul.More than 250,000 displaced people entered Istanbul and Anatolia in the initial three months of the Russian battles. Throughout the following two years (1877-1879), this number multiplied, forcing a huge weight on Ottoman assets.

More than 250,000 displaced people entered Istanbul and Anatolia in the initial three months of the Russian battles. Throughout the following two years (1877-1879), this number multiplied, forcing a huge weight on Ottoman assets. This was the first of the huge scale slaughters of Balkan Muslims, which forged ahead and off for in excess of a hundred years, coming full circle in the Serbian slaughters of Bosnians in 1990-1992. These early switches stunned the Ottomans. The Porte spoke to the European powers under terms of the Paris Treaty to weight the Russians to pull back. The answers from Austria and Germany were unclear. The British bureau issued similarly dubious proclamations and did nothing to dissuade the Czar.




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