17 August 1834, Turkish forces, under the command Daut Pasha, conducted fire drills in the area Tabak, in Shkodra

On August 17, 1834, Turkish army units, under the command of General Daut Pasha, as written by the chronicler of the time, conducted firefighting in the Tabak field, called Spahive Field, in the city of Shkodra. The aim of the Ottoman invaders was to fix the revolted Shkodra. Daut Pasha on top of the six regiments, landed in early August in the town of Teuta to gather soldiers for the Empire’s armed forces but was received by rifles from the insurgents of the North of Albania

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