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  • Stay on top of your homework, in-class assignments, projects, and more with this 160 pages of Spiral Notebook.
  • Spiral notebook comes with 70 colleges ruled, double-sided sheets.
  • College ruling is ideal for the older student who prefers more lines per page.
  • Your favorite gel or ballpoint pens will move effortlessly across these smooth pages for A4 notes with minimal ink bleeding or show-through
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Khayr-al-Din Barbarossa

Lion of the Mediterranean
1480s in the Palaiokipos village of Lesbos under Ottoman rule His father Yokup was a converted Muslim sipahi (contracted soldier possibly of Albanian origin, who took part in the conquest of Lesbos by the Ottoman navy Fomously known by his last name “Barbarossa”, he is considered as one of the most successful navy commander of the Muslim history. He successfully defeated the Spanish forces in 1556 to capture Algiers and then established and strengthened his power in North Africa, The Mediterranean and around eastern Atlantic. After the “Reconquista”, the Spanish and the Portuguese had started attacking the coastal Muslim cities of North Africa. The Muslims were determined to get payback and Barbarossa did that by strengthening Muslim positions and lounching attacks as far as the coast of southern Europe. Due to the hammering at the hands of Barbaros so’, European’s labelled him as a pirate. Pope Paul Ill organized a sea crusade against Barborosso in 1538. The pope’s “Holy League” combined the sea powers of Papal Stotes, Spain, the Knights of Malto, and Principalities of Genoo and Venice to confront the Ottoman Navy under Barborossa’s command in Preveza now in Greece). The Holy League’s fleet assembled with 157 gallays under Adm. Andre Doria’s command, while Barbarossa’s navy hod only 122 golleys. Hayreddin Barbarossa smashed the Holy League’s navy on Sept. 28, 1528, in Preveza. The Ottomans sonk 10 of the Holy League’s ships, captured 36 more and burned three, without losing a single ship themselves. They also captured about 3,000 Christian sailors, at a cost of 400 Turkish dead and 800 wounded. The following day, despite unging from the other captains to stay and fight, Doria ordered the survivors of the Holy league’s feet to withdraw. Barbarossa continued on to Istanbul, where Suleiman received him at Topkapi Palace and promoted him to Kapton Derya (Chief Admiral) of the Ottoman Navy, and beylerbey, (Governor of governors) of Ottomon North Africa. Suleiman olso gave Barbarossa the governorship of Rhodes. In the following years, Barbarossa captured Tunis and Tripoli, too

Technical Details

Manufacturer‎Tick Industries (Pvt) Limited
Subjects‎1 Subjects Spiral
Pages80 Sheets (160 Pages)
ColorSea Green (Khayr-al-Din Barbarossa) Edition
Sheet SizeW 8.3 x H 11.7 (inches)

Additional Information

ISBN 9780201179620
Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,977 in Office Products
#108 in Subject Notebooks
Date First Available July 17, 2014

Customer reviews

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They're notebooks. I don't know where so much passion comes from, for some people but here goes. I've only used one of them because I bought them in advance for next year but I'm re-writing some notes because I think they'll be helpful.
John Doe
John Doe
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notebooks came in great shape, they're thin and lightweight. The paper is thinner than some of my better notebooks but it's paper so whatever. The spiral wire is pretty thin and I imagine if I were to have this in a backpack with other notebooks it would get bent out of shape rather quickly. None of these are problems if you just plan on carrying them or having them on your desk for planning or whatever else people do with notebooks.
Amber Winters
Amber Winters
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This is a great value. Item arrived just as described and as it appears in images. Paper, binding, et cetera all are solid. No disappointments; it isn’t cheap or low quality. I use pencil mostly, but you could probably use regular ballpoint, felt-tip, and standard pen inks without any bleedthrough issues. I would imagine heavy pen inks and certainly thick permanent marker would bleed through the sheets with a little pressure.