Selected Passages from Hungarian-Ottoman Wars between 1372-1699

Shop: you can support my page by getting gifts like historical jigsaw puzzles, T-shirts, and my books.

Puzzles of Hungarian history:

Maps and pictures related to the history of Hungary are available in a puzzle form – an educational project, not just for children but also to entertain you: 
You can support my work by getting a copy:
Please, check out the link below that will lead you to the place of the images you can see here…
Dimensions: 12” x 16.5” (310mm x 418mm) and smaller round-shape puzzles as well as bigger ones which are 18″x24″
Number of pieces: 285 (or in certain cases 72 or 500 pieces)

https://www.createjigsawpuzzles.com/sell/hungaries-1632-puzzle-shop

Here are T-shirts and all kinds of presents that are related to Hungarian history:

https://shop.spreadshirt.com/hungarianottomanwars/

I have selected Hungarian and Transylvanian gold and silver coins as well as coats of arms that looked good so as to put them on clothes and other accessories. Check them out, if you like one of the designs, you will find the fitting color and size easily.

Here are a few T-shirts, mugs, bags, mouse-pads and other clothes from my collection that I had decorated with pictures connected to Hungarian history:

 

My books (ebooks and paperback books alike, both in color and black-and-white print) are available on Amazon and Lulu Books:

“33 Castles, Battles, Legends”:

Magnificent castles and legendary heroes from the age of Hungarian-Turkish wars. Europe was torn by religious and dynastic wars in the 16th century while the mighty Ottoman Empire was getting ready to conquer the countries of the Christian world.

The Hungarians had contributed vastly more than their share to the steady development of the European civilization at this time.

The Hungarian-Ottoman War Series aims to make this age more popular in the English language. Let us meet and pay tribute to the generations of long-forgotten heroes. In this book, I have chosen thirty-three castles from those which used to guard the northern part of the Hungarian Kingdom against the Ottoman Empire.

I described the history of these castles from the beginning until the 18th century and added a particular legend or battle, a siege that can be associated with the place. The legends and the battles were written as short history-fiction stories, based on the traceable facts.

 

“The Ring of Kékkő Castle”:

It is historical fiction, a novel:

In the tumultuous year of 1634, Bálint Felföldi starts a quest to find the lost Ring of King Matthias Corvinus in the wild lands of the Hungarian Borderlands where the remnants of the once-great Hungarian kingdom mix with the Habsburg and Ottoman Empires.

At the center of this tale of adventure and intrigue is Bálint, the son of a Hungarian mother of the Székely frontier guards of the Carpathian Mountains and Scottish soldier-of-fortune who came to Hungary to serve the Prince of Transylvania.

On his quest, he has adventures and overcoming obstacles, hardships, and foes that seek to undermine his efforts. The novel wishes to pay tribute to the Hussar and Hajdú warriors of the Hungarian Valiant Order of the Borderland who had been gloriously blocking the Ottoman Empire’s expansion into Europe for centuries.


 

There are countries where Amazon would not deliver paperback books. In this case, check out Lulu Books:

http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/szantai

Also, it is obtainable here: https://books2read.com/u/3L0kO7

There is an easy way to support my work without having to make any donations: if you click any of my Amazon ads and you happen to buy anything (even if you do not buy the product just jump to another thing that you need from the Amazon), then I will be rewarded a few percents.

For example, if you see one of the following ads…:


 

Perhaps you are not interested in my ads but you can enter the Amazon by clicking on them and buy what had been in your mind, food, clothes or anything else. In this case, I would get a percentage of those products that I was not advertising and it would cost you nothing. I would love to get rid of all the ads but I have no sponsors in Hungary.

 

 

 

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