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Aleppo

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Damascus

name, launched another brilliant campaign beginning with the storming of Acre on May 27, 1832, and culminating in the rout and capture of Reshid Pasha (Reşid Mehmed Pasha) at Konya on December 21. Soon after he was blocked by the intervention of Russia (Russian Empire), however. As the result of endless discussions between the representatives of the powers, the Porte and the pasha, the Convention of Kutaya was signed on May 14, 1833, by which the sultan agreed to bestow on Muhammad Ali the pashaliks of Syria, Damascus, Aleppo and Itcheli, together with the district of Adana. ** ''following the river Euphrates until Fallujah'' * Damascus, Syria * Ramadi, Iraq * Debal (located near present day Karachi, Pakistan) * Damascus, Syria * Muscat (Muscat, Oman) In October 1299, Ghazan marched with his forces towards Syria and invited the Christians to join him. Demurger, p.143 His army took the city of Aleppo, and was there joined by his vassal King Hethum II (Hethum II, King of Armenia) of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia, whose forces included some Templars (Knights Templar) and Hospitallers (Knights Hospitaller), and who participated in the rest of the offensive. Demurger, p.142 (French edition) "He was soon joined by King Hethum, whose forces seem to have included Hospitallers and Templars from the kingdom of Armenia, who participated to the rest of the campaign." The Mongols and their allies defeated the Mamluks in the Battle of Wadi al-Khazandar, on December 23 or 24, 1299. One group of Mongols then split off from Ghazan's army and pursued the retreating Mamluk troops as far as Gaza, Demurger, p.142 "The Mongols pursued the retreating troops towards the south, but stopped at the level of Gaza" pushing them back to Egypt. The bulk of Ghazan's forces proceeded to Damascus, which surrendered somewhere between December 30, 1299, and January 6, 1300, though its Citadel (Citadel of Damascus) resisted. Demurger, p. 142 Runciman, p.439 "Adh-Dhababi's Record of the Destruction of Damascus by the Mongols in 1299-1301", Note 18, p.359 Most of Ghazan's forces then retreated in February, probably because their horses needed fodder. He promised to return in the winter of 1300-1301 to attack Egypt. Demurger, p.146 Schein, 1979, p. 810 About 10,000 horsemen under the Mongol general Mulay were left to briefly rule Syria, before they too retreated. Demurger (p.146, French edition): "After the Mamluk forces retreated south to Egypt, the main Mongol forces retreated north in February, Ghazan leaving his general Mulay to rule in Syria". Niccolò departed from Venice about 1419 and established himself in Damascus, Syria, where he studied Arabic (Arabic language). Over a period of 25 years, he traveled as a Muslim merchant to numerous places in Asia. His familiarity with the languages and cultures of the Islamic world allowed him to travel to many places, on board ships owned by Islamic merchants. Life Saint Cosmas ( WikiPedia:Damascus commons:دمشق


Alexandria

to Philopappos in Athens. Egypt Friant commanded the 2nd Brigade (61e and 88e Ligne) of General Desaix (Louis Desaix)'s division in Egypt, taking part in the Battle of the Pyramids (21 July 1798), and in Desaix's brilliant campaign in Upper Egypt. He was provisionally promoted to Général de Division on 4 September 1799, and succeeded Desaix as commander in Upper Egypt after Desaix departed to play his decisive but fatal part in the Italian_campaigns_of_the_French_Revolutionary_Wars


Cairo

: www.tamerhosny.ws www.tamerhosny.ws Egypt Friant commanded the 2nd Brigade (61e and 88e Ligne) of General Desaix (Louis Desaix)'s division in Egypt, taking part in the Battle of the Pyramids (21 July 1798), and in Desaix's brilliant campaign in Upper Egypt. He was provisionally promoted to Général de Division on 4 September 1799, and succeeded Desaix as commander in Upper Egypt after Desaix departed to play his decisive but fatal part


Russian Empire

; when the German Army approached Warsaw, his mother and Epstein fled and joined him in Asia. After having experienced anti-Jewish sentiment in several places, in 1917, Epstein came to China with his parents at the age of two and they settled in Tianjin (formerly ''Tientsin'') in 1920. Ibrahim, who once more commanded in his fathers name, launched another brilliant campaign beginning with the storming of Acre on May 27, 1832, and culminating in the rout and capture of Reşid Mehmed Pasha


Egypt

campaign in 1796 until his first abdication in 1814. The operational efficiency of the Grande Armée owed much to his considerable administrative and organizational skills. He accompanied Napoleon throughout the brilliant campaign of 1796, and was left in charge of the army after the Treaty of Campo Formio. He was in this post in 1798 when he entered Italy, invaded the Vatican, organized the Roman republic, and took the pope Pius VI (Pope Pius VI) as prisoner back to Valence (France


France

of France and the Holy Roman Empire, and sacrificed temporarily to some extent the independence of Italy to conclude with them an offensive and defensive alliance against Venice. The combination was, however, at first little more than nominal, and was not immediately effective in compelling the Venetians to deliver up more than a few unimportant places in the Romagna. But, by a brilliant campaign in 1506, Julius succeeded in freeing Perugia and Bologna from their despots


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