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  2. Çandarlı Halil Pasha the Younger - WikipediaÇandarlı_Halil_Pasha_the_Younger

    Halil Pasha is played by Erden Alkan in Turkish film Fetih 1453 (2012). Halil Pasha appears in the historical novel Porphyry and Ash. The speech he delivers to the Byzantine Emperor is the same as that made by the real Halil Pasha as recorded by George Sphrantzes Halil Pasha is played by Selim Bayraktar in Netflix series Rise of Empires: Ottoman.

  3. Halil Pasha - Wikipedia

    Halil Pasha (also known as Bostancı Halil Pasha) was an Ottoman statesman who served as the governor of Ottoman Egypt from 1631 to 1633. He was known for his "gentle, impartial, and prosperous administration" which was in large contrast to the "rapacious" administration of his predecessor, Koca Musa Pasha.

  4. Çandarlı Halil Pasha yang Muda - Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia ...Çandarlı_Halil_Pasha_yang_Muda

    Çandarlı Halil Pasha (meninggal 10 Juli 1453), yang dikenal dengan julukan Yang Muda, adalah Wazir Agung Kesultanan Utsmaniyah yang sangat berpengaruh pada masa Sultan Murad II dan pada masa awal kekuasaan Sultan Mehmed II (tepatnya dari 1439 hingga 1 Juni 1453).

  5. Çandarlı Halil Pasha the Younger | Military Wiki | FandomÇandarlı_Halil_Pasha

    Çandarlı Halil Pasha (died 1 June 1453), known as the Younger, was a highly influential Ottoman grand vizier under the sultans Murad II and, for the first few years of his reign, Mehmed II (from 1439 to 1 June 1453 precisely). [1] He was a member of the Çandarlı family, a highly influential political family in the Ottoman Empire.

  6. Damat Halil Pasha - Wikipedia

    Damat Halil Pasha (died 1629, Istanbul), also known as Khalil Pasha, was an Ottoman Armenian statesman. He was grand vizier of the Ottoman Empire in 1616–1619 and 1626–1628. He also served in the Ottoman Navy, and led a number of attacks including the Raid of Żejtun in Malta in 1614.

  7. Köse Halil Pasha - Wikipediaöse_Halil_Pasha

    Köse Halil Pasha ("Beardless Halil Pasha" in Turkish; died 1715), also known as Khalil Pasha al-Kawsaj ("Thin-bearded Halil Pasha" in Arabic), was an Ottoman statesman who served several high-level roles in the Ottoman Empire's administration, including serving as Defterdar (financial minister; 1692/93–1694/95 and 1695/96–1699) and the Ottoman governor of Bosnia Eyalet (1699–1702 ...

  8. Halil Pasha is Enver Pasha's uncle, although he is one year younger than him. He was born in 1882 in Istanbul and graduated from the War Academy in 1905. For three years following his graduation he Halil Pasha (Kut) - Turkey in the First World War #19 (no title) Chronology Aftermath Armistice Founding the Republic Istanbul Under Occupation

  9. Why did Sultan Mehmed II order the execution of Halil Pasha?

    Halil Pasha was the head of political fraction opposed to imperial policies of Mehmed II. Mehmed II had lost his throne before thanks to Halil Pasha and his father Murad II had become a Sultan for second time. Halil Pasha was too powerful and the military was under his control.

  10. 1453: Çandarli Halil Pasha, after the fall of Constantinople

    On this date in 1453, Ottoman Grand Vizier Çandarli Halil Pasha (or Chandarly) was put to death, the first time anyone holding that office had suffered such a fate. In Istanbul, Halil Pasha tower — part of the siegeworks used to take Constantinople — overlooks Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge, named for the man who ordered Halil Pasha’s death.

  11. Halil Pasha | Artnet

    View Halil Pasha’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction prices.