The Battle of Vienna (The Great Turkish War)
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Vienna was of course an obvious target for ottoman expansion against an enemy it had proven more powerful than. A large hub of culture and trade the reward and pillage would be astronomical not to mention the message it would send to the papacy and all of europe


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