13 July 1467, Venetian chronicle describes the Sultan’s shameful failure with 100,000 soldiers to break Kruja

For the third siege of Kruja, they wrote some Ottoman and Byzantine chronicles. To speak of the Venetian chronicle bearing the date, July 13, 1467, she points out that over 100,000 soldiers, equipped with the most modern means of time, and headed by Sultan Mehmeti II himself, tried to capture Kruja. But with all the military supremacy, despite the great shortages of the Albanian forces, the Ottomans were forced to retreat with the stubborn shame of the valiant Albanians fighting for the freedom and independence of their country.

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