19th-Century Albanian People 19th-Century Albanian People: Ali Pasha, Pashko Vasa, Jeronim de Rada, Filip Shiroka, Ibraali Pasha, Pashko Vasa, Jeronim

9781157053514: 19th-Century Albanian People 19th-Century Albanian People: Ali Pasha, Pashko Vasa, Jeronim de Rada, Filip Shiroka, Ibraali Pasha, Pashko Vasa, Jeronim

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: Muhammad Ali of Egypt, Ali Pasha, Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt, Pashko Vasa, Anton Santori, Jeronim de Rada, Muhamet Kyçyku, Mit'hat Frashëri, Giuseppe Serembe, Koto Hoxhi, Gavril Dara the Younger, Filip Shiroka, Thimi Mitko, Ibrahim Pasha of Berat, Gülcemal Sultan, Osman Taka, Bernardo Bilotta, Murat Toptani, Ibrahim Bushati, Dervish Hima, Mustafa Reshiti, Jahja Ballhysa, Alush bey Frakulla, Babë Dud Karbunara, Riza Zogolli, Kurt Agë Kadiu, Hajredin Cakrani, Ibrahim Efendiu, Mustafa Hanxhiu, Ymer Deliallisi, Abaz Çelkupa, Ferit Vokopola, Mustafa Baruti, Qemal Mullai, H. Myrtezai, Vehbi Dibra, Hamdi Ohri, Zyhdi Ohri, Nebi Sefa, Xhelal Koprencka, Xhelal Deliallisi, Nuri Sojlliu, Abdi Toptani, Sherif Lengu, Taq Tutulani. Excerpt: Muhammad Ali Pasha al-Mas'ud ibn Agha (Arabic: ‎, ) (Mehmet Ali Pasha in Albanian; Kavalal? Mehmet Ali Pa?a in Turkish) (4 March 1769 - 2 August 1849) was an Albanian commander in the Ottoman army, who became W?li, and self-declared Khedive of Egypt and Sudan. Though not a modern nationalist, he is regarded as the founder of modern Egypt because of the dramatic reforms in the military economic and cultural spheres that he instituted. He also ruled Levantine territories outside Egypt. The dynasty that he established would rule Egypt and Sudan until the Egyptian Revolution of 1952. The spelling of Muhammad Ali's first name in both Arabic, and Ottoman Turkish was consistent: ???? (Muhammad). This is the name by which he was known to his Egyptian subjects, and the name used uniformly in Egyptian, and Arab historical scholarship. However, given his original status as a commander in the Ottoman military, his first name is often rendered as Mehmed, or Mehmet, as this was the way in which his name was pronounced by his Albanian co-nationals and the Turkish-speaking leadership. Current English-language hist...

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