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Barbaroslar Episode 24 English subtitles It’s Free

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Barbaroslar Episode 24 With English Subtitle It’s Free


Barbaroslar Episode 23 With English Subtitle It’s Free Although he was writing at a later date, the picture that Abbot Diego de Haedo painted of the situation in the Mediterranean gives a good idea of what effect Barbarossa and his companions had upon the trade and the life of this sea: “While the Christians with their galleys are at repose, sounding their trumpets in the harbors, and very much at their ease regaling themselves, passing the day and night in banqueting, cards, and dice, the Corsairs at pleasure are traversing the east and west seas, without the least fear or apprehension, as free and absolute sovereigns thereof. Barbaroslar Nay, they roam them up and down no otherwise than do such as go in chase of hares for their diversion. Watch Now

They here snap up a ship laden with gold and silver from India, and there another richly fraught from Flanders; now they make prize of a vessel from England, then of another from Portugal. Barbaroslar 23 day, or indeed just when they please, leap ashore, and walk on without the least dread, and advance into the country, ten, twelve, or fifteen leagues or more; and the poor Christians, thinking themselves secure, are surprised unawares; many towns, villages, and farms sacked; and infinite numbers of souls, men, women, children, and infants at the breast dragged away into wretched captivity.

Barbaroslar Episode 24 English subtitles It’s Free
Barbaroslar Episode 24 English subtitles It’s Free

Barbaroslar Episode 24 With English Subtitle Absolutely Free With these miserable ruined people, loaded with their own valuable substance, they retreat leisurely, with eyes full of laughter and content, to their vessels. In this manner, as is too well known, they have utterly ruined and destroyed Sardinia, Corsica, Sicily, Calabria, the neighborhoods of Naples, Rome, and Genoa, all the Balearic Islands, and the whole coast of Spain: in which last they feast it as they think fit, on account of the Moriscos who inhabit there; who being all more zealous Mohammedans than are the very Moors born in Barbary, they receive and caress the Corsairs, and give them notice of whatever they desire to be informed of.

Barbaroslar Episode 24 With English Subtitle Barbaroslar Episode 24 With English Subtitle Insomuch that before these Corsairs have been absent from their abodes much longer than perhaps twenty or thirty days, they return home rich, with their vessels crowded with captives, and ready to sink with wealth; in one instant, and with scarce any trouble, reaping the fruits of all that the avaricious Mexican and greedy Peruvian have been digging from the bowels of the earth with such toil and sweat, and the thirsty merchant with such manifest perils has for so long been scraping together, and has been so many thousand leagues to fetch away, either from the east or west, with inexpressible danger and fatigue. Barbaroslar 22

Thus they have crammed most of the houses, the magazines, and all the shops of this Den of Thieves with gold, silver, pearls, amber, spices, drugs, silks, cloths, velvets & c., whereby they have rendered this city [Algiers] the most opulent in the world: insomuch that the Turks call it, not without reason, their India, their Mexico, their Peru.” An interesting point made by Haedo is that so many of the pirate captains who joined their lot with the Turks in North Africa were Christian renegades. Among the outstanding lieutenants of Kheir-ed-Din was Dragut, or Torghoud, a child of Christian parents born in Anatolia and adopted at an early age by a Turkish Governor and converted to Islam.

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Barbaroslar Episode 24 With English Subtitle Others were Sinan, a renegade Jew, nicknamed “the Jew of Smyrna,” because of his birthplace, and Ochiai, an Italian from Calabria. Records show that in 1588 there were thirty- five galleys and galleots in the fleet of Algiers, twenty-four of them commanded by renegades and only eleven by Turks. Lane-Poole traced the following different nationalities represented among the renegades: “From France, Venice, Genoa, Sicily, Naples, Spain, Greece, Calabria, Corsica, Albania, Hungary, and a Jew.

” Not all of them, of course, were renegades in the true sense of the term, for some of them were no more than Christian children who had been captured and then trained as Moslems and seamen in Algiers (in a rather similar fashion to the janissaries of the Turkish army). The real renegades joined the Moslem forces either because they were fleeing from debt or criminal charges in their own lands, or because they had been captured at sea and had decided to “turn Turk” rather than continue as slaves at the oars.

Barbaroslar Episode 24 With English Subtitle A debtor or a criminal who had been sentenced to a Venetian galley might well feel if his vessel was overwhelmed and captured by the Turks, that his best course was to throw in his lot with them. Barbaroslar Episode 24 With English Subtitle Unlike the rich or noble who had every prospect of being ransomed, the poor man had none. He probably had little use in any case for the Christian church. It was no more than sensible to become a convert and enjoy the benefits that this could bring him in a place like Algiers, which was rapidly becoming as rich, prosperous, and civilized as any city in Europe. Barbaroslar Episode 24 With English Subtitle Barbaroslar 21

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