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Barbaros Hayreddin Pasha’s most famous achievement

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07 Mart 2023 - 12:38

Barbaros Hayreddin Pasha’s most famous achievement

  Barbaros Hayreddin Pasha’s most famous achievement was in 1534 defeating the Spanish sailor Andrea Doria. This battle ensured the naval supremacy of . The Ottoman Empire and those who ruled the balance between the maritime powers in the. Mediterranean.

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Barbaros Hayreddin Pasha, one of the important sailors of the 16th century and. The Ottoman Empire. He commanded the strongest navy in the Mediterranean. He was also considered one of the most successful admirals of the Ottoman navy.

Barbaros Hayreddin Pasha was born on Symi Island, south of Rhodes, in 1478. And later he entered the service of the Ottoman Empire. He first took part in expeditions against Spain. And later participated in wars with other countries in the Mediterranean.


Hızır and Oruç sent a loaded ship,  Which they captured in 1516, as a gift to . The Ottoman sultan Yavuz Sultan Selim under the auspices of Piri Reis. Thereupon, Yavuz Sultan Selim sent them various gifts as an expression of their support. Oruç Reis and Hızır Reis did not settle for piracy after their elder brother İshak joined them and started to acquire lands in North Africa. They settled in Algiers in 1516 by an anti-Hispanic group and eliminated the city’s rulers in a bloody coup. However, the death of Oruç Reis in his wars with the Spaniards left Hızır in a difficult situation.

Without the support of a central state with its volunteer forces. Realizing that he could not hold back, Hızır Reis sent ambassadors to .. Istanbul again and became a subject of the capital. However, the turn against the . Algerian people would force Hayreddin to leave the city and retreat to Jijel. Based here, he would continue piracy and, .  After gaining strength, succeeded in recapturing Algeria in 1525. He defeated the Genoese Admiral Andrea Doria, who raided Jijel the following year.

Hayreddin Paşa, . More than 50 rulers were imprisoned and until death in the service .of the Ottoman Empire. Actively involved in maritime officers. Both the Ottoman Empire’s naval power and the world’s maritime production contributed greatly. He is remembered as a sailor

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