Battle of Khotyn / Chocim 1621 (400 Years Anniversary) | A Collaboration with Dr. Sikora

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Published on Oct 9, 2021
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The battle of Khotyn / Chocim which took place during the Polish-Ottoman war is widely considered the first time the Ottoman empire was resisted successfully in a battle in more than two generations, and it ended the Polish-Ottoman War fought over the control of Moldavia.

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Davies, Brian, Warfare, State and Society on the Black Sea Steppe, 1500–1700, 2007.
Frost, Robert, After the Deluge: Poland-Lithuania and the Second Northern War, 1655-1660, 2004.
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Przeździecki, Paweł, The Polish-Turkish War of 1620–1621: the battles of Cecora and Chocim, in: Grzegorz Jasiński, Wojciech Włodarkiewicz, Polish Battles and Campaigns in 13th-19th centuries, pp. 87-102.
Sikora, Radoslaw, Chocim (Khotyn) 1621.
Tezcan, Baki, Khotyn 1621. Or how the Poles Changed the Course of Ottoman History, in: AOASH 62 (June 2009), pp. 185-198.

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