Damad Mehmed Ali Pasha
Damad Mehmed Ali Pasha (1813-1868) was an Ottoman statesman and diplomat. He served as the Grand Vizier from 3 October 1852 until 14 May 1853, on the eve of the Crimean War. Alongside Fuad Pasha and Reshid Pasha, he was one of the main reformers of the Tanzimat era. He was the son of an Istanbul shopkeeper and worked in the translation office of the Ottoman empire before being made Ottoman ambassador to London at the age of twenty-six.
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