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Portrait of Abdul Majid Khan II The Sultan of Turkey, Emperor of Ottoman Empire

December 31, 1845
Llanta, Jacques François Gaudérique (1807-1864)
Bahadur Shah II 1837–1857



Abdul Majid Khan II was a progressive and cultured ruler of the Ottoman Empire, known for his love of the arts and his efforts to modernize his country. He abolished slavery, established a modern legal system, and introduced new education policies. Despite facing challenges, he is remembered as a wise and forward-thinking leader who worked tirelessly to improve the lives of his people.

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Very good information.


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