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Battle of Mohács (August 29, 1526)

Battle of Mohács (August 29, 1526)

The devastating defeat in the battle against the Ottomans marked the end of an era in Hungarian history.



Battle of Mohács, Mohács, Mohács plain, 1526, Louis II, King of Hungary, Suleiman I, Pál Tomori, George Zápolya, battle, Szabács, Nándorfehérvár, Zemun, Ottoman expansion, armed forces, Csele-patak, Kingdom of Hungary, Ottoman Empire, military history, Hungarian, army, Turkish, occupation, history

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