1529 in Europe: 1529 in Austria, 1529 in England, Siege of Vienna, Protestation at Speyer, English Reformation Parliament, Marburg Col

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General Books LLC, 2010 - 34 pages
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Chapters: 1529 in Austria, 1529 in England, Siege of Vienna, Protestation at Speyer, English Reformation Parliament, Marburg Colloquy, Second Diet of Speyer, Balkan Campaign of 1529. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 30. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Moh cs (1526) Hungary (152728) Algiers (1529) Formentera Balkans Vienna (1529) Little War (1530-52) Kszeg Coron Tunis (1534) Tunis (1535) Osijek Preveza Diu Castelnuovo Albor n Buda Algiers (1541) Nice Hungary (1543) Aden Mahdiye Gozo Tripoli Eger Ponza Muscat Corsica Bougie Mostaganem Balearic Islands Djerba Or n and Mers-el-Kebir Malta Aceh Szigetv r Lepanto Tunis (1574) Fez Alc cer Quibir Thirteen Years' War Keresztes Cape Celidonia Saint Gotthard Vienna (1683) Moh cs (1687) Slankamen Zenta Peterwardein Grocka See also: OttomanHungarian WarsOttomanVenetian Wars (disambiguation)Austro-Ottoman War (disambiguation)Cities conquered by the Ottoman EmpireThe Siege of Vienna in 1529 was the first attempt by the Ottoman Empire, led by Suleiman the Magnificent, to capture the city of Vienna, Austria. The siege signalled the pinnacle of the Ottoman Empire's power, the maximum extent of Ottoman expansion in central Europe (see Ottoman wars in Europe), and was the result of a long-lasting rivalry with Europe. Thereafter, 150 years of bitter military tension and reciprocal attacks ensued, culminating in the Battle of Vienna in 1683, which marked the start of the Great Turkish War by European powers to remove the Ottoman presence. The Ottoman failure to capture Vienna in 1529 turned the tide against almost a century of unchecked conquest throughout eastern and central Europe, which had previously claimed Southeastern Hungary as a vassal state in the wake of the Battle of Moh cs. According to Toynbee, "The failure of the first brought to a stands...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=3866

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