10 November 1444, after the battle of Varna, Sultan finds a way to attach the Albanians

Sulltan Murati II

In the battle of Varna, which took place on November 10th, 1444, the armies of Wladyslaw, king of Hungary and Poland, was badly smashed by the Ottomans. He felt in the battlefield, whereas Hunyadi could hardly escape with the waste of military Hungarian. After winning in Varna, Sultan Murat II had free hand to smite the rebellious Albanians.

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