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The Fall of Constantinople: The Ottoman conquest of Byzantium

by David Nicolle, John F. Haldon (Author), Stephen R. Turnbull (Author)

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This is an omnibus edition of 3 works:
  • Byzantium at War by John F. Haldon
  • The Walls of Constantinople AD 324 - 1453 by Stephen R. Turnbull
  • Constantinople 1453 by David Nicolle


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The fall of Constantinople is a pivotal event in world history - not only did it mark the end of Byzantium and the Roman Empire, but it was a major step in the Ottoman Empire's meteoric rise to greatness. This text is a study of the campaign to seize the city, and an analysis of the fortifications which defended it.… (more)

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