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Alexei's presentation about Russian-Turkish Relations - Alexei is a student at AvatarLanguages.com

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  • 1. The relations Russia with Turkey began when Turkey conquested Crimea in 1475.  The turks oppressed the Russian merchants in Azov and Cafe.
  • 2. The wars: 1676−1681  1686−1700  1710−1713 1735−1739  1768−1774  1787−1792 1806−1812  1828−1829  1853−1856 1877−1878 Always, the relations Russia with Turkey was stressed
  • 3. Turkey supported the Crimean`s Tatars in the marches against Russia. In 1676 began the first war Russia with Turkey. The Russo-Turkish wars were 10. The Turkey soldiers
  • 4. The Russia won 7. The European states, Britain and Austria, supported Turkey in this ones. The last war 1877-1878 became the best victory of Russia in the opposition with the Turks. The Russia soldiers
  • 5. The Ottoman management killed many local Christians in the last years an of the Ottoman empire. In the second world war Turkey declared a neutrality. Gasi Osman Pasha (Turkish Field Marshal)
  • 6. In 1952 Turkey entered NATO. The relations between Russia with Turkey practically were not improved after the USSR collapsed. Suvorov (the Russia commander)
  • 7. This slidecast was created by Alexei Alexei studies English online with Avatar Languages See more student work at avatarlanguages.com/studentwork