A SERBIAN DESPOT UNDER THE HEEL OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE: STEFAN LAZAREVă

Abstract

Author(s): lhan T├ťRKMEN

Generally, there is an opinion that Serbian-Turkish relations are based on a series of struggle such as being enemies with one another. However, when one reviews its history, contrary to what is generally known, to getherness and friendship emerged from the hatred and rivalry. Without a doubt, one of the best examples is Serbian Despot, Stefan Lazareviç. His period of life was just the time that the dream of expanding Serbia finished and the beginning of its struggle to exist as a nation began. Stefan lost his father, Stefan Lazar Hrebeljanoviç, in the war that rounded off his country (Kosova War 1389) and he had to command his country Serbia with his mother Milica Hrebeljanoviç when he was just 15 year sold. In this study, one can see the destinies and the to getherness of two boys whose fathers were enemies, fought each other and died in that war. Although it is an Ottoman vassal, the worth and prestige that was given to Stefan can be w?tnessed as well as his faithful and loyal service to the Otoman Empire because of the worth and prestige that was given to Stefan.

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