The Ottomans in Europe

Geoffrey Woodward assesses how great an impact the Turks had on sixteenth-century Europe.

The Ottoman Empire from Abraham Ortelius' atlas, 1570. Everett Collection Historical / Alamy Stock Photo

Introduction

 ‘Now shalt thou feel the force of Turkish arms
 Which lately made all Europe quake for fear.’

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