5 July 1910, took place the war at the locality of Agri

The war on Agri’s neck, which took place on July 5, 1910, was among the most important battles of the anti-Ottoman uprising. There were about 500 rebel fighters led by Mehmet Shpendi, with 3000 regular Ottoman soldiers. Two weeks in a row, insurgents broke the ongoing Turkish infantry attacks, backed by artillery fire.

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