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  2. Mehmed V - Wikipedia

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    Mehmed V was born on 2 November 1844 at the Çırağan Palace, [4] Istanbul. [5] His father was Sultan Abdulmejid I, and his mother was Gülcemal Kadın. He had three elder sisters, Fatma Sultan, [6] Refia Sultan and Hatice Sultan (Refia Sultan's twin sister, died as newborn). [7] After his mother's death in 1851, he and his sisters were entrusted in the care of his father's senior consort Servetseza Kadın.

  3. Mehmed V | Ottoman sultan | Britannica

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    Mehmed V, original name Mehmed Reşad, (born Nov. 2, 1844, Constantinople—died July 3, 1918, Constantinople), Ottoman sultan from 1909 to 1918, whose reign was marked by the absolute rule of the Committee of Union and Progress and by Turkey’s defeat in World War I. Having lived in seclusion most of his life, Mehmed Reşad became sultan after his brother Abdülhamid II was forced to abdicate.

  4. Mehmed V Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life & Achievements

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    Mehmed V (Ottoman King) Mehmed V Resad, better known as just Mehmed V, was the 35th Ottoman Sultan who ruled the Ottoman Empire for nine years between 1909 and 1918. Mehmed V oversaw a tough phase during his reign that was marred by multiple wars and the Ottoman coup d'état carried out by the Committee of Union and Progress.

  5. Mehmed V (Ottoman Empire) - World War I

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    Mehmed V (1844-1918) was the 35th and second-last sultan of the Ottoman Empire. He ruled until his death in July 1918, five months before the end of World War I. Like the Ottoman sultans before him, Mehmed was given a peculiar upbringing of seclusion, isolation and self-study.

  6. Mehmed V | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Wilhelm II, Mehmed V, Franz Joseph: The three emperors of the Central Powers in World War I. His reign began on 27 April 1909, but he was largely a figurehead with no real political power, as a consequence of the Young Turk Revolution in 1908 (which restored the Ottoman Constitution and Parliament ) and especially the 1913 Ottoman coup d'état , which brought the dictatorial triumvirate of the Three Pashas to power.

  7. First World War.com - Who's Who - Sultan Mehmed V

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    Sultan Mehmed V (1844-1918) served as Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1909 until his death in 1918. Sponsored Links Born on 2 November 1844 in Constantinople, Mehmed - original name Mehmed Resad - spent much of his life in seclusion until the forced abdication of his brother Sultan Abdul Hamid II at the hands of the Young Turks in 1909.

  8. Category:Mehmed V - Wikimedia Commons

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    English: Mehmed V (Turkish: Mehmed V Reşad or Reşat Mehmet) (November 2, 1844 – July 3, 1918) was the 35th Ottoman Sultan. He was the son of Sultan Abdülmecid . Türkçe: V. Mehmed

  9. Mehmed V - Wikipedia

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    Mehmed V. Mehmed V Reshad ( Ottoman Turkis: محمد خامس Meḥmed-i ẖâmis, Turkis: Mehmed V Reşad or [ Reşat Mehmet] error: { {lang}}: text has italic markup ( help)) (2 November 1844 – 3 Julie 1918) wis the 35t Ottoman Sultan. He wis the son o Sultan Abdülmecid I. [2] He wis succeedit bi his hauf-brither Mehmed VI .

  10. Mehmed V | Turtledove | Fandom

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    Mehmed V Reshad (2 November 1844 – 3 July 1918) was the 35th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, reigning 1909-1918. He also served as the Caliph of Islam. Mehmed personally wielded very little actual authority in his country. His reign coincided with World War I, which his country entered on the side of the Central Powers.

  11. Mehmed V. Sultan of Turkey - Prussian Machine

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    Mehmed V. died on 3 July 1918 at the age of 73, only four months before the end of World War One in surrender of the Central Powers, and hence, did not live to see the downfall of the Ottomon Empire. He spent most of his life at the Dolmabahce Palace and Yidiz Palace in Istanbul. His grave is in the historic Eyup district of Istanbul.