Battle of Keresztes (Part 3/3) ⚔️ Gigantic clash begins ⚔️ Habsburg Coalition vs Ottoman Empire

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⚔️ Battle of Keresztes Playlist:
Part 1 https://youtu.be/jqB9MvSf1eY
Part 2 https://youtu.be/PuFr5m2TxBE
Part 3 https://youtu.be/xtpbZqUGETI

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📢 Narrated by David McCallion

📜 Research and writing: Historyverse

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  1. 🎨 Skip the waitlist and invest in blue-chip art for the very first time by signing up for Masterworks: https://masterworks.art/historymarche

    🚩 This video was produced in collaboration with the Historyverse channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClBRuF34eXlTnYDBIrziU9Q Check out their channel and give them the credit that they deserve.

    🚩 Quote from Weapons and Warfare: "Even though the Ottoman government failed to achieve a complete victory in the Long War it still gained considerable advantage by retaining such critical territorial conquests as Kanije and Eğri. This forced the Habsburgs to spend large amounts of money and time to build up a new defensive line against the Ottomans. Another advantage occurred with the influx of large numbers of western mercenaries, who introduced new weapon systems, tactics, and techniques into the Ottoman military. The Ottoman military benefited greatly from these new innovations, thanks to its receptivity and pragmatism. For the first time in Ottoman history, the government enlisted groups of mercenaries who had deserted from the Habsburg camp. The most well-known example involved the desertion of a French mercenary unit in the Papa fortress to the Ottoman side on August 1600. Afterwards, they served on various campaigns during the Long War, and some of them continued to serve well after the end of war. Even though this was extraordinary and not representative of a generalized trend, it demonstrates that the Ottoman government of the seventeenth century was far from being the reactionary and conservative organ that is still a commonly held conviction about its identity today." — read the entire article here: https://weaponsandwarfare.com/2020/05/03/battle-of-keresztes-1596/

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