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Georg Kastriota (deutsch für Gjergj Kastrioti [ˈɟɛɾɟ ˈkasˌtɾiˈɔˌti]), genannt Skanderbeg (albanisch Skënderbeu, von osmanisch اسکندر بگ İA İskender. Konjak Skënderbeu ist ein albanischer Weinbrand, der seit in Tirana hergestellt wird. Er gilt als ein Nationalgetränk der Albaner und ist durch seinen. Klubi i Futbollit Skënderbeu Korça ist ein albanischer Fußballverein aus Korça, der sich früher auch S.K. Skënderbeu Korça nannte. Der Verein wurde in der. Das Skënderbeu-Stadion (albanisch Stadiumi Skënderbeu) ist ein Fußballstadion mit Leichtathletikanlage in der albanischen Stadt Korça. Es hat eine Kapazität. Das Fürstentum Kastrioti (albanisch: Principata e Kastriotit) war ein von 13 Für seine militärischen Siege erhielt er den Titel Arnavutlu Iskender Bey (albanisch: Skënderbeu shqiptar, deutsch: Skanderbeg, Bedeutung: Bey.
Konjak Skënderbeu ist ein albanischer Weinbrand, der seit in Tirana hergestellt wird. Er gilt als ein Nationalgetränk der Albaner und ist durch seinen. Skënderbeu) Gjergj Kastrioti wurde am 6 Mai im Jahre in Diber. #ShqiperiaEtnike Quellen: Wikipedia Artikel in div. sprachen und film: Skanderbeg. Georg Kastriota (deutsch für Gjergj Kastrioti [ˈɟɛɾɟ ˈkasˌtɾiˈɔˌti]), genannt Skanderbeg (albanisch Skënderbeu, von osmanisch اسکندر بگ İA İskender.
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Gjergji Muzaka. Position Player Liridon Latifi. Kristi Vangjeli. Reza Karimi. John Gazulli, a doctor, was sent to the court of king Matthias Corvinus to coordinate the offensive against Mehmed II.
The knight Pal Gazulli was travelling frequently to Italy, and another Gazulli, Andrea, was ambassador of the despot of Morea in Ragusa before becoming a member of Skanderbeg's court in Some adventurers also followed Skanderbeg, such as a certain John Newport, a Stefan Maramonte , ambassador of Skanderbeg in Milan in , a certain Stjepan Radojevic, who in provided ships for a trip to Split, a certain Ruscus from Cattaro, and others.
Correspondence was written in Slavic, Greek, Latin, and Italian. Documents in Latin were written by notaries from Italy or Venetian territories in Albania.
In Albania, the rebellion against the Ottomans had already been smouldering for years before Skanderbeg deserted the Ottoman army. Skanderbeg organized a mobile defense army that forced the Ottomans to disperse their troops, leaving them vulnerable to the hit-and-run tactics of the Albanians.
During the first 8—10 years, Skanderbeg commanded an army of generally 10,—15, soldiers, [ citation needed ] but only had absolute control over the men from his own dominions, and had to convince the other princes to follow his policies and tactics.
In the summer of , in the Plain of Torvioll, the united Albanian armies under Skanderbeg faced the Ottomans who were under direct command of the Ottoman general Ali Pasha, with an army of 25, men.
At a given signal, they descended, encircled the Ottomans, and gave Skanderbeg a much needed victory.
About 8, Ottomans were killed and 2, were captured. On 10 October an Ottoman force of 9,—15,  men under Firuz Pasha was sent to prevent Skanderbeg from moving into Macedonia.
Firuz had heard that the Albanian army had disbanded for the time being, so he planned to move quickly around the Black Drin valley and through Prizren.
These movements were picked up by Skanderbeg's scouts, who moved to meet Firuz. Firuz was killed along with 1, of his men. At the beginning of the Albanian insurrection, the Republic of Venice was supportive of Skanderbeg, considering his forces to be a buffer between them and the Ottoman Empire.
The later affirmation of Skanderbeg and his rise as a strong force on their borders, however, was seen as a menace to the interests of the Republic, leading to a worsening of relations and the dispute over the fortress of Dagnum which triggered the Albanian-Venetian War of — The Albanian garrison in the castle resisted the frontal assaults of the Ottoman army, while Skanderbeg harassed the besieging forces with the remaining Albanian army under his personal command.
In late summer , due to a lack of potable water, the Albanian garrison eventually surrendered the castle with the condition of safe passage through the Ottoman besieging forces, a condition which was accepted and respected by Sultan Murad II.
Recent historians mostly concur with the Ottoman chronicler's version. Mustafa Pasha lost 3, men and was captured, along with twelve high officers.
Skanderbeg learned from these officers that it was the Venetians who pushed the Ottomans to invade Albania.
The Venetians, upon hearing of the defeat, urged to establish peace. Mustafa Pasha was soon ransomed for 25, ducats to the Ottomans.
On 23 July Skanderbeg crossed the Drin River with 10, men, meeting a Venetian force of 15, men under the command of Daniele Iurichi, governor of Scutari.
Skanderbeg, seeing his fleeing adversaries, ordered a full-scale offensive, routing the entire Venetian army. Skanderbeg's army suffered casualties, most on the right-wing.
In addition, Venice would pay Skanderbeg 1, ducats. During the period of clashes with Venice, Skanderbeg intensified relations with Alfonso V of Aragon r.
One of the reasons Skanderbeg agreed to sign the peace treaty with Venice was the advance of John Hunyadi 's army in Kosovo and his invitation for Skanderbeg to join the expedition against the sultan.
However, the Albanian army under Skanderbeg did not participate in this battle as he was prevented from joining with Hunyadi's army.
The garrison repelled three major direct assaults on the city walls by the Ottomans, causing great losses to the besieging forces.
Ottoman attempts at finding and cutting the water sources failed, as did a sapped tunnel, which collapsed suddenly.
An offer of , aspra Ottoman silver coins and a promise of a high rank as an officer in the Ottoman army made to Vrana Konti, were both rejected by him.
After the siege, Skanderbeg was at the end of his resources. The other nobles from the region of Albania allied with Murad II as he came to save them from the oppression.
Even after the sultan's withdrawal, they rejected Skanderbeg's efforts to enforce his authority over their domains. Skanderbeg's success brought praise from all over Europe and ambassadors were sent to him from Rome, Naples , Hungary , and Burgundy.
Although Skanderbeg had achieved success in resisting Murad II himself, harvests were unproductive and famine was widespread.
After being rejected by the Venetians, Skanderbeg established closer connections with King Alfonso V  who, in January , appointed him as "captain general of the king of Aragon".
Gegaj , who claimed that the disproportion in numbers between the Spanish forces and Skanderbeg's around 10—15 thousand clearly showed that the city belonged to Skanderbeg.
It is presumed that Skanderbeg de facto had full control over his territories: while Naples' archives registered payments and supplies sent to Skanderbeg, they do not mention any kind of payment or tribute by Skanderbeg to Alfonso, except for various Ottoman war prisoners and banners sent by him as a gift to the King.
Skanderbeg married Donika , the daughter of George Arianit Komneni , one of the most influential Albanian noblemen, strengthening the ties between them,  a month after the treaty on 21 April in the Orthodox Ardenica Monastery ,  Their only child was John Castriot II.
This came as a huge blow to Ottoman efforts whose Albanian operations were thus inhibited.
Right after the Treaty of Gaeta, Alfonso V signed other treaties with the rest of the most important Albanian noblemen, including George Arianit Komneni ,  and with the Despot of the Morea , Demetrios Palaiologos.
In , Skanderbeg paid a secret visit to Naples and the Vatican , probably to discuss the new conditions after the fall of Constantinople and the planning of a new crusade which Alfonso would have presented to Pope Nicholas V in a meeting in — An expedition was sent under the dual-command of Tahip Pasha, the main commander, and Hamza Pasha, his subordinate, with an army of c.
Skanderbeg gathered 14, men and marched against the Ottoman army. The fierce attack made short work of the Ottoman force, resulting in them fleeing.
Skanderbeg's army continued looting before returning to Debar. Mehmed, by then called "the Conqueror", turned his attention to finally defeating the Kingdom of Hungary and crossing into Italy.
The Pope sent 3, ducats while Alfonso sent infantry and a certain amount of money to Skanderbeg. Frequently they delayed their tributes to Skanderbeg and this was long a matter of dispute between the parties, with Skanderbeg threatening war on Venice at least three times between —58, and Venice conceding in a conciliatory tone.
The Siege of Berat, the first real test between the armies of the new sultan and Skanderbeg, ended up in an Ottoman victory. Moisi Golemi defected to the Ottomans and returned to Albania in as the commander of an Ottoman army of 15, men, but he was defeated by Skanderbeg in the Battle of Oranik  and lost his territory of Debar to Skanderbeg toward the end of March He tried to cover up the act; however, his treason was discovered and he was sent to prison in Naples.
This army was led by Isak-Beg and Hamza Kastrioti, the commander who knew all about Albanian tactics and strategy.
After having avoided the enemy for months, calmly giving to the Ottomans and his European neighbours the impression that he was defeated, on 2 September Skanderbeg attacked the Ottoman forces in their encampments and defeated them  killing 15, Ottomans, capturing 15, and 24 standards, and all the riches in the camp.
Hamza was captured  and sent to detention in Naples. The reason was that during this time, Skanderbeg's military undertakings involved considerable expense in which the contribution of Alfonso V of Aragon was not sufficient to defray.
Being himself in financial difficulties, the pope could do no more than send Skanderbeg a single galley and a modest sum of money, promising more ships and larger amounts of money in the future.
Meanwhile, Ragusa bluntly refused to release the funds which had been collected in Dalmatia for the crusade and which, according to the Pope, were to have been distributed in equal parts to Hungary, Bosnia, and Albania.
The Ragusans even entered into negotiations with Mehmed. Marinesco, the death of King Alfonso marked the end of the Aragonese dream of a Mediterranean Empire and also the hope for a new crusade in which Skanderbeg was assigned a leading role.
Ferdinand I was not as able as his father and now it was Skanderbeg's turn to help King Ferdinand to regain and maintain his kingdom.
In Skanderbeg captured the fortress of Sati from the Ottoman Empire and ceded it to Venice in order to secure cordial relationship with Signoria.
In , King Ferdinand had serious problems with another uprising of the Angevins and asked for help from Skanderbeg. Skanderbeg's letter to Ferdinand I of Naples.
Ferdinand's main rival Prince of Taranto Giovanni Antonio Orsini tried to dissuade Skanderbeg from this enterprise and even offered him an alliance.
In his response to Orsini, Skanderbeg mentioned that the Albanians never betray their friends and that they are the descendants of Pyrrhus of Epirus , and reminded Orsini of Pyrrhus' victories in southern Italy.
After securing Naples, Skanderbeg returned home after being informed of Ottoman movements. There were three Ottoman armies approaching Albania.
Skanderbeg and Hasan confronted each other in Mokra where the latter was defeated and lost the majority of his forces as well as being wounded himself, he surrendered to Skanderbeg and was imprisoned.
He pointed out that Skanderbeg would be ready to go back to war should the Pope ask for it. Meanwhile, the position of Venice towards Skanderbeg had changed perceptibly because it entered a war with the Ottomans — Pius II invited all Christian nobility to join, and the Venetians immediately answered the appeal.
The remainder of the Ottoman forces were pursued by the Albanian-Venetian ones. They would have been marshalled in Durazzo under Skanderbeg's leadership and would have formed the central front against the Ottomans.
However, Pius II died in August , at the crucial moment when the crusading armies were gathering and preparing to march in Ancona, and Skanderbeg was again left alone facing the Ottomans.
Skanderbeg's pleas to have them back, by either ransom or prisoner exchange, failed. The commander of one of the Ottoman armies was Ballaban Pasha, who, together with Jakup Bey, the commander of the second army, planned a double-flank envelopment.
Skanderbeg, however, attacked Ballaban's forces at the Second Battle of Vajkal , where the Ottomans were defeated.
This time, all Ottoman prisoners were slain in an act of revenge for the previous execution of Albanian captains. Subsequently, he left the siege to return to Istanbul.
Durazzo would be the next target of the sultan in order to be used as a strong base opposite the Italian coast. In , on his return trip to Istanbul, Mehmed II expatriated Dorotheos, the Archbishop of Ohrid and his clerks and boyars because of their anti-Ottoman activities and collaboration with rebels from Albania during Skanderbeg's rebellion.
Skanderbeg spent the following winter of —67 in Italy, of which several weeks were spent in Rome trying to persuade Pope Paul II to give him money.
At one point, he was unable to pay for his hotel bill, and he commented bitterly that he should be fighting against the Church rather than the Ottomans.
The court of Naples, whose policy in the Balkans hinged on Skanderbeg's resistance, was more generous with money, armaments, and supplies.
However, it is probably better to say that Skanderbeg financed and equipped his troops largely from local resources, richly supplemented by Ottoman booty.
It is possible that the Curia only provided to Skanderbeg 20, ducats in all, which could have paid the wages of 20 men over the whole period of conflict.
Yonuz himself and his son, Haydar were taken prisoner. With the death of Ballaban, Ottoman forces were left surrounded and according to Bernandino de Geraldinis, a Neapolitan functionary, 10, men remained in the besieging camp.
Those inside the encirclement asked to leave freely to Ottoman territory, offering to surrender all that was within the camp to the Albanians.
Skanderbeg was prepared to accept, but many nobles refused. Capello attacked and occupied the islands of Imbros and Lemnos after which he sailed back and laid siege to Patras.
Ömer Bey , the Ottoman commander in Greece, led a relief force to Patras where he was initially repelled before turning on his pursuers, forcing them to flee, ending their campaign.
After these events, Skanderbeg's forces besieged Elbasan but failed to capture it because of the lack of artillery and sufficient number of soldiers.
The destruction of Ballaban Pasha's army and the siege of Elbasan forced Mehmed II to march against Skanderbeg again in the summer of During the Ottoman incursions, the Albanians suffered a great number of casualties, especially to the civilian population, while the economy of the country was in ruins.
During that period, Skanderbeg fell ill with malaria and died on 17 January , aged In Western Europe the death of Skanderbeg was mourned by princes and other rulers such as Ferdinand I.
The club is expected to appeal. The stadium was fully renovated in in order to gain accreditation from UEFA to host European games at the ground.
The stadium has a capacity of 12, people all seater. The group was formed in and quickly became considered the club's main supporters' group.
The group also has factions in different cities around the world where there are Albanian diaspora, including Toronto , Canada. Albanian Superliga.
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