Armenian Conscripts Following Crimea War of 1853

In “Crimea”, Trevor Royle wrote: Following the Russian victories in the field, which had given them the upper hand in Asia Minor, in the early winter of 1853 the Ottoman forces had been reinforced with Armenian conscripts and there had been a change in command, Abdi Pasha was sacked and replaced by Ahmed Pasha.”

In “Crimea”, Trevor Royle wrote: Following the Russian victories in the field, which had given them the upper hand in Asia Minor, in the early winter of 1853 the Ottoman forces had been reinforced with Armenian conscripts and there had been a change in command, Abdi Pasha was sacked and replaced by Ahmed Pasha.”

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