Suleiman Pasha (18381883)

Suleiman Pasha, a distinguished Turkish general, born in Roumelia; entered the army in 1854, fought in various wars, became director of the Military Academy at Constantinople; distinguished himself in the Servian War of 1876, and was elected governor of Bosnia and Herzegovina; during the Russian-Turkish War made a gallant attempt to clear the enemy from the Shipka Pass, but as commander of the Danube army was defeated near Philippopolis (1878), and subsequently court-martialled and sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment, but was pardoned by the sultan (18381883).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Suez
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Suffolk
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Sufism
Suger, Abbé
Suidas
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Suleiman Pasha
Suliman
Suliotes
Sulla, Lucius Cornelius
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