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Barbaros English Subtitles on KayiFamilyTV, Watch or Download in HD Barbaros English Subtitles, Hayreddin Barbarossa( Arabic خير الدين بربروس, romanized Khayr al- Din Barbarus, original name Khiḍr; Turkish Barbaros Hayrettin Paşa), also known as Hızır Hayrettin Pasha, and simply Hızır Reis(c.1466/1478 – 4 July 1546), was an Ottoman freebooter and latterly crewmate of the Ottoman Navy. Barbarossa’s nonmilitary palms secured Ottoman dominance over the Mediterranean during themid-16th century.

Born on Lesbos, Khizr began his nonmilitary career as a freebooter under his elder family Oruç Reis. In 1516, the sisters captured Algiers from Spain, with Oruç declaring himself as Sultan. Following Oruç’s death in 1518, Khizr inherited his family’s surname,” Barbarossa”(” Redbeard” in Italian). He also entered the memorial name Hayreddin( from Arabic Khayr announcement- Din,” virtuousness of the faith” or” stylish of the faith”). In 1529, Barbarossa regained the Peñón of Algiers from the Spaniards.
In 1533, Barbarossa was appointed Kapudan Pasha( Grand Admiral) of the Ottoman Navy by Suleiman the magnific. He led an delegacy to France in the same time, conquered Tunis in 1534, achieved a decisive palm over the Holy League at Preveza in 1538, and conducted common juggernauts with the French in the 1540s. Barbarossa retired to Constantinople in 1545 and failed the ensuing time.

Khizr was born eventually between 1466 and 1478 in Palaiokipos on the islet of Midilli( Lesbos), a son of an Ottoman sipahi father, Yakup Ağa, of Turkish or Albanian origin from Giannitsa( now Greece), and an Orthodox Christian Greek mama , Katerina, from Mytilene( also Lesbos). His mama was a widow of an Orthodox clerk. The couple married and had two daughters and four sons Ishak, Oruç, Khizr, and Ilyas. Yakup took part in the Ottoman subjection of Lesbos in 1462 from the Genoese Gattilusio dynasty( who held the heritable title of Lord of Lesbos between 1355 and 1462) and as a price, was granted the arena of the vill of Bonova on the islet. He came an established potter and bought a boat to trade his products with. The four sons helped their father with his business, but not much is known about the daughters. At first Oruç helped with the boat, while Khizr helped with the crockery.

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Crewmate of the line Hayreddin Barbarossa
All four sisters came navigators, engaged in marine affairs and transnational ocean trade. The first family to come involved in seamanship was Oruç, who was joined by his family Ilyas. latterly, carrying his own boat, Khizr also began his career at ocean. The sisters originally worked as mariners, but also turned pillagers in the Mediterranean to offset the sacking of the Knights Hospitaller( Knights of St John) who were grounded on the islet of Rhodes( until 1522). Oruç and Ilyas operated in the Levant, between Anatolia, Syria, and Egypt. Khizr operated in the Aegean Sea and grounded his operations substantially in Thessaloniki. Ishak, the eldest, remained on Mytilene and was involved with the fiscal affairs of the family business.

Death of Ilyas, prison and emancipation of Oruç
Castle of St Peter of the Knights Hospitaller in Bodrum, where Oruç was held interned for nearly three times until he was saved by his youngish family Khizr.
Oruç was a veritably successful shipman. He also learned to speak Italian, Spanish, French, Greek, and Arabic in the early times of his career. While returning from a trading passage in Tripoli, Lebanon, with his youngish family, Ilyas, they were attacked by the Knights of St John. Ilyas was killed in the fight, and Oruç was wounded. Their father’s boat was captured, and Oruç was taken as a internee and detained in Bodrum Castle at Bodrum for nearly three times. Upon learning the position of his family, Khizr went to Bodrum and managed to help Oruç escape.

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Oruç latterly went to Antalya, where he was given 18 galleys by Şehzade Korkut, an Ottoman prince, and governor of the megacity, and charged with fighting against the Knights of St John, who were inflicting serious damage on Ottoman shipping and trade. In the following times, when Korkut came governor of Manisa, he gave Oruç a larger line of 24 galleys at the harborage of İzmir and ordered him to share in the Ottoman nonmilitary passage to Apulia in Italy, where Oruç bombarded several littoral castles and captured two vessels.

On his way back to Lesbos, he stopped at Euboea and captured three galleons and another boat. Reaching Mytilene with these captured vessels, Oruç learned that Korkut, who was the family of the new Ottoman sultan Selim I, had fled to Egypt to avoid being killed because of race controversies – a common practice at that time.
Stewing trouble due to his well- known association with the expatriated Ottoman prince, Oruç sailed to Egypt, where he met Korkut in Cairo and managed to get an followership with the Mamluk Sultan Qansuh al- Ghawri, who gave him another boat and entrusted him with the task of raiding the beachfronts of Italy and the islets of the Mediterranean that were controlled by Christians. After spending the downtime in Cairo, he set passage from Alexandria and constantly operated along the beachfronts of Liguria and Sicily.

Barbaros English Subtitles Khizr’s career under Oruç
Western definition of Hayreddin Barbarossa. His javelin is meant as an fable of ocean- power.
In 1503, Oruç managed to seize three further vessels and made the islet of Djerba his new base, therefore moving his operations to the Western Mediterranean. Khizr joined Oruç at Djerba. In 1504, the sisters communicated Abu Abdallah Muhammad IV al- Mutawakkil, sovereign of Tunis, and asked authorization to use the strategically located harborage of La Goulette for their operations.

They were granted the right to do so on the condition of giving one- third of their pillages to the sultan. Oruç, in command of small galiots, captured two much larger papal galleys near the islet of Elba. latterly, near Lipari, the two sisters captured a Sicilian warship, the Cavalleria, with 380 Spanish dogfaces and 60 Spanish knights from Aragon on board, who were on their way from Spain to Naples. In 1505, they raided the beachfronts of Calabria. These exploits increased their fame, and they were joined by several other well- known Muslim rovers, including Kurtoğlu( known in the West as Curtogoli). In 1508, they raided the beachfronts of Liguria, particularly Diano Marina.

In 1509, Ishak also left Mytilene and joined his sisters at La Goulette. The fame of Oruç increased when, between 1504 and 1510, he transported Muslim Mudéjars from Christian Spain to North Africa. His sweats of helping the Muslims of Spain in need and transporting them to safer lands earned him the honorific name Baba Oruç( Father Oruç), which ultimately – due to the similarity in sound – evolved in Spain, France, and Italy into Barbarossa( meaning” Redbeard” in Italian).

In 1510, the three sisters raided Capo Passero in Sicily and repulsed Spanish attacks on Bougie, Oran and Algiers. In August 1511, they raided the areas around Reggio Calabria in southern Italy. In August 1512, the expatriated sovereign of Bougie invited the sisters to drive out the Spaniards, and during the battle Oruç lost his left arm. This incident earned him the surname Gümüş Kol(” Silver Arm” in Turkish), in reference to the tableware prosthetic device that he used in place of his missing branch.

latterly that same time, the sisters raided the beachfronts of Andalusia, landing a galliot of the Lomellini family of Genoa, which possessed Tabarca islet. They latterly landed at Menorca and captured a littoral castle and also headed towards Liguria, where they captured four Genoese galleys near Genoa. The Genoese transferred a line to liberate their vessels, but the sisters captured their flagship as well. After landing a aggregate of 23 vessels in lower than a month, the sisters sailed back to La Goulette, where they erected three further galliots and a gunpowder product installation.

In 1513, they launched a raid on Valencia, where they captured four vessels, and also headed for Alicante and captured a Spanish galley near Málaga. In 1513 – 14, the sisters engaged the Spanish line on several other occasions and moved to their new base to Cherchell, east of Algiers. In 1514, with 12 galliots and Turks, they destroyed two Spanish citadels at Bougie, and when the Spanish line under the command of Miguel de Gurrea, viceroy of Majorca, arrived as underpinning, they headed towards Ceuta and raided that megacity before landing Jijel in Algeria, which was under Genoese control. They latterly captured Mahdiya in Tunisia. subsequently, they raided the beachfronts of Sicily, Sardinia, the Balearic islets, and the Spanish landmass, landing three large vessels there.

In 1515, they captured several galleons, a galley, and three dinghies at Majorca. Still, in 1515, Oruç transferred precious gifts to the Ottoman Sultan Selim I, who, in return, transferred him two galleys and two brands crusted with diamonds. In 1516, joined by Kurtoğlu( Curtogoli), the sisters besieged the Castle of Elba, before heading formerly more towards Liguria, where they captured 12 vessels and damaged 28 others.

Autocrats of Algiers

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Main composition Capture of Algiers( 1516)

Bird’s- eye view of Algiers in the 16th century, showing the Peñón attached to the megacity by a levee.
In 1516, the three sisters succeeded in landing Jijel and Algiers from the Spaniards and ultimately assumed control over the megacity and girding region, forcing the former sovereign , Abu Hamo Musa III of the Beni Ziyad dynasty, to flee.

The Spaniards of Algiers sought retreat on the islet of Peñón and asked Charles V, King of Spain and Holy Roman Emperor to intermediate, but the Spanish line failed to expel the sisters from Algiers.

For Oruç, the stylish protection against Spain was to join the Ottoman Empire, his motherland and Spain’s main rival. For this, he’d to relinquish his title of Sultan of Algiers to the Banquettes. He did this in 1517 and offered Algiers to the Ottoman Sultan Selim I. The Sultan accepted Algiers as an Ottoman sanjak(” fiefdom”), appointed Oruç Governor of Algiers and Chief Sea Governor of the West Mediterranean, and promised to support him with janissaries, galleys, and cannon.

Final engagements and death of Oruç and Ishak
Barbaros English Subtitles Main composition Fall of Tlemcen( 1517)

A portrayal of Barbarossa by Nakkaş Nigari.
The Spaniards ordered Abu Zayan, whom they had appointed the new sovereign of Tlemcen and Oran, to attack Oruç Reis overland, but Oruç learned of the plan andpre-emptively attacked Tlemcen, landing the megacity and executing Abu Zayan in the Fall of Tlemcen( 1517). The only survivor of Abu Zayan’s dynasty was Sheikh Buhammud, who escaped to Oran and called for Spain’s backing.
After consolidating his power and declaring himself Sultan of Algiers, Oruç sought to expand his home inland and took Miliana, Medea, and Ténès. He came known for befitting cruises to cannons for transport through the comeuppance of North Africa. In 1517, the sisters raided Capo Limiti, and, latterly, Capo Rizzuto, Calabria.

In May 1518, Emperor Charles V arrived at Oran and was entered at the harborage by Sheikh Buhammud and the Spanish governor of the megacity, Diego de Córdoba, marquis of Comares, who commanded a force of Spanish dogfaces. Joined by thousands of original Bedouins, the Spaniards marched overland towards Tlemcen. Oruç and Ishak awaited them in the megacity with Turkish and Moorish dogfaces. They defended Tlemcen for 20 days, but were ultimately killed in combat by the forces of Garcia de Tineo.
Algiers adjoined by the Ottoman Empire
Main composition Regency of Algiers
After the death of his aged family and feeling that his position was in trouble, Khayr al- Din communicated Selim I, offered his constancy and attained Ottoman backing in 1519. Given the title of Beylerbey by Sultan Selim I, along with janissaries, galleys, and cannon, inherited his family’s position, his name( Barbarossa) and his charge.

Barbaros English Subtitles Latterly career
Pasha of Algiers
farther information Regency of Algiers
Barbarossa( circa 1580)
With a fresh force of Turkish dogfaces transferred by the Ottoman sultan, Barbarossa reacquired Tlemcen in December 1518. He continued the policy of bringing mudéjars from Spain to North Africa, thereby assuring himself of a sizable following of thankful and pious Muslims who harbored an violent abomination for Spain. He captured Bône, and in 1519, he defeated a Spanish- Italian army that tried to regain Algiers. In a separate incident, he sank a Spanish boat and captured eight others. Still in 1519, he raided Provence, Toulon and the Îlesd’Hyères in southern France. In 1521, he raided the Balearic islets and latterly captured several Spanish vessels returning from the New World off the seacoast of Cádiz. In 1522, he transferred his vessels, under the command of Kurtoğlu, to share in the Ottoman subjection of Rhodes, which redounded in the departure of the Knights of St John from that islet on 1 January 1523.

In June 1525, he raided the beachfronts of Sardinia. In May 1526, he landed at Crotone in Calabria and sacked the megacity, sank a Spanish galley and a Spanish fusta in the harbor, also assaulted Castignano in Marche on the Adriatic Sea and latterly landed at Cape Spartivento. In June 1526, he landed at Reggio Calabria and latterly destroyed the stronghold at the harborage of Messina. He also appeared on the beachfronts of Tuscany, but retreated after seeing the line of Andrea Doria and the Knights of St John off the seacoast of Piombino.

In July 1526, Barbarossa appeared formerly again in Messina and raided the beachfronts of Campania. In 1527, he raided numerous anchorages and castles on the beachfronts of Italy and Spain. In May 1529, he captured the Spanish stronghold on the islet of Peñón of Algiers. In August 1529, he attacked the Mediterranean beachfronts of Spain, and latterly, answering Andalusia’s requests for help in crossing the straight of Gibraltar, he transported mudéjars to Algiers in seven successive peregrinations.

In January 1530, he again raided the beachfronts of Sicily and, in March and June of that time, the Balearic islets and Marseilles. In July 1530, he appeared along the beachfronts of the Provence and Liguria, landing two Genoese vessels. In August 1530, he raided the beachfronts of Sardinia and, in October, appeared at Piombino, landing a dinghy from Viareggio and three French galleons before landing two further vessels off Calabria. In December 1530, he captured the Castle of Cabrera, in the Balearic islets, and began to use the islet as a logistic base for his operations on the area.

In 1531, he encountered Andrea Doria, who had been appointed by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor to regain Jijel and the Peñón of Algiers, and repulsed a Spanish- Genoese line of 40 galleys. Still in 1531, he raided the islet of Favignana, where the flagship of the Maltese Knights under the command of Francesco Touchebeuf unsuccessfully attacked his line. Barbarossa also sailed eastwards and landed in Calabria and Apulia. On the way back to Algiers, he sank a boat of the Maltese Knights near Messina before assaulting Tripoli, which had been given to the Knights of St John by Charles V in 1530. In October 1531, he again raided the beachfronts of Spain.

Barbaros English Subtitles In 1532, during Suleiman I’s passage to Habsburg Austria, Andrea Doria captured Coron, Patras and Lepanto on the beachfronts of the Morea( Peloponnese). In response, Suleiman transferred the forces of Yahya Pashazade Mehmed Bey, who reacquired these metropolises, but the event made Suleiman realize the significance of having a important commander at ocean. He summoned Barbarossa to Istanbul, who set passage in August 1532. Having raided Sardinia, Bonifacio in Corsica, and the islets of Montecristo, Elba and Lampedusa, he captured 18 galleys near Messina and learned from the captured captures that Doria was headed to Preveza.

Barbarossa progressed to raid the near beachfronts of Calabria and also sailed towards Preveza. Doria’s forces fled after a short battle, but only after Barbarossa had captured seven of their galleys. He arrived at Preveza with a aggregate of 44 galleys, but transferred 25 of them back to Algiers and headed to Constantinople with 19 vessels. There, he was entered by Sultan Suleiman at Topkapı Palace. Suleiman appointed Barbarossa Kapudan- i Derya(” Grand Admiral”) of the Ottoman Navy and Beylerbey(” Chief Governor”) of North Africa. Barbarossa was also given the government of the sanjak(” fiefdom”) of Rhodes and those of Euboea and Chios in the Aegean Sea.

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tactfulness with France
In 1533, Barbarossa transferred an delegacy to the king of France, Francis I, the Ottoman delegacy to France( 1533). Francis I would in turn dispatch Antonio Rincon to Barbarossa in North Africa and also to Suleiman the magnific in Asia Minor. Following a alternate delegacy, the Ottoman delegacy to France( 1534), Francis I transferred his minister Jehan de la Forest to Hayreddin Barbarossa, asking for his nonmilitary support against the Habsburg

Military instructions to Jehan de La Forest, by Chancellor Antoine Duprat( dupe), 11 February 1535
” Jehan de la Forest, whom the King sends to meet with the Grand Signor( Suleiman the magnific), will first go from Marseilles to Tunis, in Barbary, to meet joe Haradin, king of Algiers, who’ll direct him to the Grand Signor. To this ideal, coming summer, he( the King of France) will shoot the military force he’s preparing to recover what it unjustly enthralled by the Duke of Savoy, and from there, to attack the Genoese. This king Francis I explosively prays joe Haradin, who has a important nonmilitary force as well as a accessible position( Tunisia), to attack the islet of Corsica and other lands, locales, metropolises, vessels and subjects of Genoa, and not to stop until they’ve accepted and honored the king of France. The King, besides the below land force, will also help with his nonmilitary force, which will comprise at least 50 vessels, of which 30 galleys, and the rest galeasses and other vessels, accompanied by one of the largest and most beautiful carracks that ever was on the ocean. This line will accompany and companion the army of joe Haradin, which will also be refreshed and supplied with food and security by the King, who, by these conduct, will be suitable to achieve his points, for which he’ll be largely thankful to joe Haradin”.

— Military instructions to Jehan de la Forest, by Chancellor Antoine Duprat, 11 February 1534.
Kapudan- i Derya of the Ottoman Navy
See also Conquest of Tunis( 1534) and subjection of Tunis( 1535)

Barbarossa Hayreddin Pasha defeats the Holy League of Charles V under the command of Andrea Doria at the Battle of Preveza in 1538

Barbarossa’s Castle on Capri. The Turks ultimately departed from Capri, but another notorious Ottoman crewmate, Turgut Reis, reacquired both the islet and the castle in 1553.

Statue of Barbarossa near the Istanbul Naval Museum on the Bosphorus in Istanbul
In 1534, Barbarossa set passage from Constantinople with 80 galleys, and in April, he reacquired Coron, Patras and Lepanto from the Spaniards. In July 1534, he crossed the Strait of Messina and raided the Calabrian beachfronts, landing a substantial number of vessels around Reggio Calabria as well as the Castle of San Lucido. He latterly destroyed the harborage of Cetraro and the vessels harbored there.
Also in July 1534, he appeared in Campania and sacked the islets of Capri and Procida before bombarding the anchorages in the Gulf of Naples. He also appeared in Lazio, shelled Gaeta and in August landed at Villa Santa Lucia, Sperlonga, Fondi, Terracina and Ostia on the River Tiber, causing the church bells in Rome to sound the alarm. He sailed south, appearing at Ponza, Sicily and Sardinia, before landing Tunis in August 1534 and transferring the Hafsid Sultan Mulay Hassan fleeing. He also captured Tunis’ strategic harborage of La Goulette the same time.

Barbaros English Subtitles Charles dispatched an agent to offer Barbarossa” the lordship of North Africa” for his changed fidelity, or if that failed, to bump off him. still, upon rejecting the offer, Barbarossa guillotined the agent with a smallsword.
Mulei Hassan asked Emperor Charles V for help in recovering his area, and a Spanish- Italian force of 300 galleys and dogfaces reacquired Tunis as well as Bône and Mahdiya in 1535. Feting the futility of fortified resistance, Barbarossa had abandoned Tunis well before the appearance of the raiders, sailing down into the Tyrrhenian Sea, where he bombarded anchorages, landed formerly again at Capri and reconstructed a stronghold( which still moment carries his name) after largely destroying it during the siege of the islet. He also sailed to Algiers, from where he raided the littoral municipalities of Spain, destroyed the anchorages of Majorca and Menorca, captured several Spanish and Genoese galleys and liberated their Muslim oarsman slaves. In September 1535, he repulsed another Spanish attack on Tlemcen.

In 1536, Barbarossa was called back to Constantinople to take command of 200 vessels in a nonmilitary attack on the Habsburg Kingdom of Naples. In July 1537, he landed at Otranto and captured the megacity, as well as the Fortress of Castro and the megacity of Ugento in Apulia.
In August 1537, Lütfi Pasha and Barbarossa led a huge Ottoman force that captured the Aegean and Ionian islets belonging to the Republic of Venice, videlicet Syros, Aegina, Ios, Paros, Tinos, Karpathos, Kasos, Kythira, and Naxos. In the same time, Barbarossa raided Corfu and canceled the agrarian polish of the islet while enslaving nearly all the population of the country. still, the Old Fortress of Corfu was well defended by a-strong Venetian garrison with 700 ordnance, and when several assaults failed to capture the bastions, the Turks reluctantlyre-embarked and formerly again raided Calabria. These losses urged Venice to ask Pope Paul III to organize a” Holy League” against the Banquettes.

In February 1538, Pope Paul III succeeded in assembling a Holy League( composed of the Papacy, Spain, the Holy Roman Empire, the Republic of Venice and the Maltese Knights) against the Banquettes, but Barbarossa’s forces led by Sinan Reis defeated its combined line, commanded by Andrea Doria, at the Battle of Preveza in September 1538. This palm secured Ottoman dominance over the Mediterranean for the coming 33 times, until the Battle of Lepanto in 1571.
In the summer of 1539, Barbarossa captured the islets of Skiathos, Skyros, Andros and Serifos and reacquired Castelnuovo from the Spanish, who had taken it from the Banquettes after the battle of Preveza. He also captured the near Castle of Risan, and with Sinan Reis, latterly assaulted the Venetian fort of Cattaro and the Spanish fort of Santa Veneranda near Pesaro. Barbarossa latterly took the remaining Christian posts in the Ionian and Aegean Swell. Venice eventually inked a peace convention with Sultan Suleiman in October 1540, agreeing to fete the Ottoman territorial earnings and to pay gold ducats.

Barbaros English Subtitles Letter of praise from Barbarossa to Suleiman, 1541, Istanbul Naval Museum
In September 1540, Emperor Charles V communicated Barbarossa and offered him to come his Crewmate- in- Chief as well as the sovereign of Spain’s homes in North Africa, but he refused. unfit to convert Barbarossa to switch sides, in October 1541, Charles himself laid siege to Algiers, seeking to end the freebooter trouble to the Spanish disciplines and Christian shipping in the western Mediterranean. The season wasn’t ideal for such a crusade, and both Andrea Doria, who commanded the line, and Hernán Cortés, who had been asked by Charles to share in the crusade, tried to change the Emperor’s mind but failed.

ultimately, a violent storm disintegrated Charles’s wharf operations. Andrea Doria took his line down into open waters to avoid being wrecked on the reinforcement, but much of the Spanish line went aground. After some indecisive fighting on land, Charles had to abandon the trouble and withdraw his oppressively battered force.

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Franco- Ottoman alliance

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Main papers Franco- Ottoman alliance, Siege of Nice, and Ottoman wintering in Toulon

Barbarossa’s line combined with a French force to besiege Nice in 1543 before the megacity fell

Barbarossa’s line wintering in Toulon, 1543, during the Ottoman occupation of Toulon
In 1543, Barbarossa headed towards Marseilles to help France, also an supporter of the Ottoman Empire, and cruised the western Mediterranean with a line of 210 vessels( 70 galleys, 40 galliots and 100 other warships carrying Turkish dogfaces, therefore an overall aggregate of Ottoman colors). On his way, while passing through the Strait of Messina, he asked Diego Gaetani, governor of Reggio Calabria, to surrender his megacity. Gaetani responded with cannon fire, which killed three Turkish mariners.

Barbarossa, infuriated by the response, besieged and captured the megacity. He also landed on the beachfronts of Campania and Lazio and, from the mouth of the Tiber, hovered Rome, but France interposed in favor of the pope’s megacity. Barbarossa also raided several Italian and Spanish islets and littoral agreements before laying the Siege of Nice and landing the megacity on 5 August 1543 on behalf of the French king, FrancisI.

Barbaros English Subtitles The Ottoman captain latterly landed at Antibes and the Île Sainte- Marguerite near Cannes before sacking the megacity of San Remo, other anchorages of Liguria, Monaco and La Turbie. He spent the downtime with his line and Turkish dogfaces in Toulon, but sometimes transferred his vessels from there to bombard the beachfronts of Spain. The Christian population had been vacated, and the Edifice of St Mary in Toulon was converted into a synagogue for the Turkish dogfaces, while Ottoman plutocrat was accepted for deals by the French tradesmen in the megacity.

A model of Barbarossa’s galley during his crusade in France in 1543, at the Istanbul Naval Museum

Suleiman the magnific entering Barbarossa in Istanbul
In the spring of 1544, after assaulting San Remo for the alternate time and wharf at Borghetto Santo Spirito and Ceriale, Barbarossa defeated another Spanish- Italian line and raided deeply into the Kingdom of Naples. He also sailed to Genoa with his 210 vessels and hovered to attack the megacity unless it freed Turgut Reis, who had been serving as a galley slave on a Genoese boat and also was locked in the megacity since his prisoner in Corsica by Giannettino Doria in 1540. Barbarossa was invited by Andrea Doria to bandy the issue at his palace in Fassolo. The two captains negotiated the release of Turgut Reis in exchange for gold ducats.

Barbarossa also successfully repulsed further Spanish attacks on southern France but was recalled to Istanbul after Charles V and Suleiman had agreed to a armistice in 1544.

After leaving Provence from the harborage of Île Sainte- Marguerite in May 1544, Barbarossa assaulted San Remo for the third time, and when he appeared before Vado Ligure, the Republic of Genoa transferred him a substantial sum to save other Genoese metropolises from farther attacks. In June 1544, Barbarossa appeared before Elba. Hanging to bombard Piombino unless the megacity’s Lord released the son of Sinan Reis who had been captured and baptized 10 times before by the Spaniards in Tunis, he attained hisrelease.He also captured Castiglione della Pescaia, Talamone and Orbetello in the fiefdom of Grosseto in Tuscany. There, he destroyed the grave and burned the remains of Bartolomeo Peretti, who had burned his father’s house in Mytilene the former time, in 1543.

He also captured Montiano and enthralled Porto Ercole and the Isle of Giglio. He latterly assaulted Civitavecchia, but Leone Strozzi, the French envoy, convinced Barbarossa to lift the siege.

Barbaros English Subtitles The Ottoman line also assaulted the beachfronts of Sardinia before appearing at Ischia and landing there in July 1544, landing the megacity as well as Forio and the Isle of Procida before hanging Pozzuoli. Encountering 30 galleys under Giannettino Doria, Barbarossa forced them to sail down towards Sicily and seek retreat in Messina. Due to strong winds, the Banquettes were unfit to attack Salerno but managed to land at Cape Palinuro hard. Barbarossa also entered the Strait of Messina and landed at Catona, Fiumara and Calanna( near Reggio Calabria) and latterly at Cariati and at Lipari, which was his final wharf on the Italian promontory. There, he bombarded the stronghold for 15 days after the megacity refused to surrender and ultimately captured it.

He eventually returned to Constantinople and, in 1545, left the megacity for his final nonmilitary peregrinations, during which he bombarded the anchorages of the Spanish landmass and landed at Majorca and Menorca for the last time. He also sailed back to Constantinople and erected a palace on the Bosphorus, in the present- day quarter of Büyükdere in the Sarıyer quarter.

Retirement and death
farther information Tomb of Hayreddin Barbarossa

Barbarossa’s grave in the Beşiktaş quarter of Istanbul
Barbarossa retired in Constantinople in 1545, leaving his son Hasan Pasha as his successor in Algiers. He also mandated his biographies to Muradi Sinan Reis. They correspond of five hand- written volumes known as Gazavat- ı Hayreddin Paşa( vanquishing of Hayreddin Pasha). moment, they’re displayed at the Topkapı Palace and Istanbul University Library. They’re set and published by Babıali Kültür Yayıncılığı as Kaptan Paşa’ nın Seyir Defteri( The Logbook of the Captain Pasha) byProf.Dr. Ahmet Şimşirgil, a Turkish academic. They’re also fictionalised as Akdeniz Bizimdi( The Mediterranean was Ours) byM. Ertuğrul Düzdağ. Barbarossa is also one of the main characters in Mika Waltari’s book The Wanderer( 1949).

Barbarossa Hayreddin Pasha failed in 1546 in his deepwater palace in the Büyükdere neighborhood of Istanbul, on the northwestern props of the Bosphorus. He’s buried in the altitudinous tomb( türbe) near the ferry harborage of the quarter of Beşiktaş on the European side of Istanbul, which was erected in 1541 by the notorious mastermind Mimar Sinan, at the point where his line used to assemble. His keepsake was erected in 1944, next to his tomb.

The Flag( Sanjak) of Hayreddin Barbarossa

Barbaros English Subtitles Barbarossa’s flag
The Arabic penmanship at the top of the standard reads,” نَصرٌ مِنَ اللَّـهِ وَفَتحٌ قَريبٌ وَبَشِّرِ المُؤمِنينَ يَا مُحَمَّد”( nasrunmina’llāhi wa fatḥhun qarībun wabashshiri’l- mu ’ minīna yā muḥammad), restated as” Palm from Allah and an prestigious subjection; and give good tidings to the religionists, O Muhammad.” The textbook comes from verse 6113 of the Quran, with the addition of” O Muhammad”, since the last part of the verse addresses the Islamic prophet, Muhammad.( 21)

Catalan Atlas by Abraham Cresques
Within the four crescents are the names, from right to left, beginning at the top right, of the first four caliphs – Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, and Ali – whose rule of the Islamic state after Muhammad is appertained to as the Rashidun Caliphate.

The two- bladed brand representsDhu’l- Fiqar, a notorious brand in Islamic history, belonging first to Muhammad and also Ali. To the left wing of the brand’s bow is a small hand.

Between the two blades of the brand is a six-pointed star. The star may be confused with the Star of David, a Jewish symbol. still, in medieval times, this star was a popular Islamic symbol known as the Seal of Solomon and was extensively used by the Beyliks of Anatolia. The seal was latterly used by the Banquettes in their synagogue decorations, coins, and the particular flags of the pashas, including Hayreddin Barbarossa. One of the Turkish beyliks known to use the seal on its flag was the Jandarids. According to the Catalan Atlas of 1375 byA. Cresques, the flag of the Karamanids, another Anatolian beylik, comported of a blue six- edged star.

Hayreddin Barbarossa established the Ottoman supremacy in the Mediterranean, which lasted until the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. still, indeed after their defeat in Lepanto, the Banquettes snappily rebuilt their line, gained Cyprus and other homes in Morea and Dalmatia from the Republic of Venice between 1571 and 1572, and reconquered Tunisia from Spain in 1574.

still, during these centuries of great navigators similar as Kemal Reis before him; his family Oruç Reis and other coevals Turgut Reis, Salih Reis, Piri Reis and Kurtoğlu Muslihiddin Reis; or Piyale Pasha, Murat Reis, Seydi Ali Reis, Uluç Ali Reis and Kurtoğlu Hızır Reis after him, many other Ottoman captains ever achieved the inviting nonmilitary power of Hayreddin Barbarossa.

His tomb is in the Barbaros Park of Beşiktaş, Istanbul, where his statue also stands, next to the Istanbul Naval Museum. On the reverse of the statue are verses by the Turkish minstrel Yahya Kemal Beyatlı, which may be restated as follows

Whence on the ocean’s horizon comes that roar?
Can it be Barbarossa now returning
From Tunis or Algiers or from the Islands?
Two hundred vessels ride upon the swells,
Coming from lands the rising Crescent lights
O blessed vessels, from what swell are ye come?

Barbaros Boulevard starts from his tomb on the Bosphorus and runs up to the Levent and Maslak business sections and beyond. The harborage of Üsküdar and Eminönü( before 10 January 2009, Kadıköy) in Beşiktaş is named after him.

In the centuries following his death, indeed moment, Turkish navigators laud his tomb with a cannon shot before leaving for nonmilitary operations and battles.
Several warships of the Turkish Navy and passenger vessels have been named after him.

Outside Turkey, or the wider Islamic world, the fat British annalist of nonmilitary military history, Edward Keble Chatterton, considered him” the topmost corsair that has ever lived, and one of the cleverest tacticians and strategists the Mediterranean ever bore on its waters”; noting that” his death was entered by Christian Europe with a shriek of the topmost relief.

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