Fetih I Giray

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Fetih I Giray (1557–1596) was a khan of the Crimean Khanate who reigned briefly from 1596 to 1597.

He was the brother of khan Ğazı II Giray. In an internal power struggle, he was briefly appointed the khan by sultan of the Ottoman Empire, Mehmed III. He was however shortly afterward defeated by his brother. He surrendered to him, but Ğazı II Giray executed him and his immediate family.

He was present during the 1596 Siege of Eger and the Battle of Keresztes during the Long Turkish War.

Preceded by
Ğazı II Giray
Khan of Crimea
Succeeded by
Ğazı II Giray