Siege of Eger (1596)
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The Ottomans launched a siege of Eger (Turkish: Eğri) as part of the Long War, conquering it in 1596. The 7,000 defenders of the fortress, mostly foreign mercenaries, capitulated to the Ottoman forces commanded by the Sultan Mehmed III himself.
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