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- the Ottoman Turks in 1462. It remained under Turkish rule, named مدللى (Midilli) in Turkish, until 1912 when it was taken by Gr**** forces during the First...
- October 1914, prompting a Russian declaration of war. The ships were renamed Midilli and Yavûz Sultân Selîm, respectively, and saw extensive service with the...
- allowed the Ottoman battlecruiser Yavûz Sultân Selîm and light cruiser Midilli to sortie into the Mediterranean and attack the British monitors and destroyers...
- of the modern city center and west of the old harbor. ****s (Turkish: Midilli) was under Ottoman rule between 1462-1912 and had a considerable Muslim...
- bombarded Ottoman facilities in 1915 and engaged the Ottoman light cruiser Midilli,(formerly the German SMS Breslau) several times without inflicting anything...
- Turkish fleet. Goeben was renamed Yavuz Sultan Selim and Breslau was renamed Midilli; their German crews donned Ottoman uniforms and fezzes. On 29 October Yavuz...
- cargo ship in service 1901–14 SMS Breslau, an Imperial German Navy cruiser in service 1912–1918 transferred 1914 to the Ottoman Navy and renamed Midilli...
- M28 was also sunk in the same battle. Midilli and Yavuz Sultan Selim ran into a minefield while withdrawing; Midilli sank and Yavuz Sultan Selim was badly...
- cruisers from Germany, the Yavuz Sultan Selim (formerly SMS Goeben) and the Midilli (formerly SMS Breslau) launching a naval raid on the Russian port of Odessa...
- next month. The battleship may have briefly engaged the light cruiser Midilli on 4 April, firing at the smaller ship for about 15 minutes with little...
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