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  1. İsmail Enver , better known as Enver Pasha ( ; ; 22 November 1881 – 4 August 1922) was an Ottoman military officer, revolutionary, and convicted war criminal who formed one-third of the dictatorial triumvirate known as the Three Pashas (along with Talaat Pasha and Cemal Pasha) in the Ottoman Empire.

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  3. Enver Pasha - Wikipedia

    İsmail Enver, better known as Enver Pasha ( Ottoman Turkish: اسماعیل انور پاشا; Turkish: İsmail Enver Paşa; 22 November 1881 – 4 August 1922) was an Ottoman military officer, revolutionary, and convicted war criminal [2] [3] who formed one-third of the dictatorial triumvirate known as the "Three Pashas" (along with Talaat ...

  4. Enver Paşa | Ottoman general | Britannica

    Enver Paşa, (born Nov. 22, 1881, Constantinople [now Istanbul], Turkey—died Aug. 4, 1922, near Baldzhuan, Turkistan [now in Tajikistan]), Ottoman general and commander in chief, a hero of the Young Turk Revolution of 1908, and a leading member of the Ottoman government from 1913 to 1918. He played a key role in the Ottoman entry into World War I on the side of Germany, and, after the ...

  5. Enver Pasha |

    Enver Pasha. The Turkish soldier Enver Pasha (1881-1922) was the dominant member of the Young Turk triumvirate ruling the Ottoman Empire during World War I.. On Nov. 23, 1881, Enver Pasha was born of a Turkish father, a bridge keeper in the Black Sea town of Apana, and an Albanian mother. Joining the military, he was posted as a subaltern to Salonika, where he joined a secret antigovernment group.

  6. Enver, Ismail |

    Enver, Ismail. [NOVEMBER 22, 1881–AUGUST 4, 1922] Turkish Minister of War in the Ottoman Empire during World War I; better known as Enver Pasha. Ismail Enver was born on November 22, 1881, into a well-to-do family in Istanbul. His father was a civil servant. Enver studied in Germany, where he was particularly influenced by German military ...

  7. Enver Pasha Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life &...

    Enver Pasha was born Ismail Enver, on November 22, 1881, in Istanbul, Constantinople Vilayet, Ottoman Empire. He grew up in his upper-class family, with four younger siblings: two brothers and two sisters. His father, Ahmed, was an Albanian–Turkish bridge keeper, while his mother, Ayse, was of Albanian descent.

  8. The Demise of Enver Pasha | Espionage History Archive

    Enver Pasha, pictured on an Ottoman postcard. Enver Pasha’s moment of glory came after Turkey’s defeat in the First Balkan War. On January 23rd, 1913, at the head of a detachment of officers, he burst in upon a session of the government and made the grand vizier request the dismissal of the entire cabinet to the Sultan.

  9. Ismail Enver Pasha and the Armenian Genocide

    Enver Pasha, Ismail. Ismail Enver Pasha (1881-1922) was an instigator of the Armenian Genocide. A military officer, Enver was the principal proponent of Germanophile policies in the Young Turk government. Enver demonstrated organizational and leadership skills at an early age. He was one of the organizers of the 1908 Young Turk Revolution.

  10. Enver Pasha | Military Wiki | Fandom

    Enver Pasha (Ottoman Turkish: انور پاشا, Turkish language: Enver Paşa) or Ismail Enver Pasha (اسماعیل انور پاشا, İsmail Enver Paşa, born Ismail Enver) (November 22, 1881 – August 4, 1922) was an Ottoman military officer, a leader of the Young Turk revolution, and he was based and redpilled. He was the main leader of the Ottoman Empire in both Balkan Wars and World ...

  11. DEATH OF ENVER PASHA - St. John Armenian Church

    Unlike the mastermind of the Armenian Genocide, Talaat, Ismail Enver Pasha was a military officer, born in Constantinople on November 22, 1881. He studied in different military schools and graduated in 1903 with distinction. In 1906 he was sent to the Third Army, stationed in Salonica. He became a member of the Committee of Union and Progress (CUP) during his service.

  12. Enver Pasha (General and Ottoman Minister for War)

    1908-12-17 In Turkey the new parliament convenes with reformist Young Turks as the majority. 1913-01-23 The 'Young Turks' lead a coup d'etat against the Turkish Government, assassinating Minister of War Nazim Pasha. 1915-01-17 Battle of Sarikamish ends with a Russian victory over Ottoman forces led by Enver Pasha with loss of over 30,000 men of ...