Long War 1591–1606

[ 1591 - 1606 ]

The Long War or Thirteen Years' War was an indecisive land war between the Habsburg Monarchy and the Ottoman Empire and the client states of Wallachia, Transylvania and Moldavia. It was waged from 1593 to 1606 but in Europe is sometimes called the Fifteen Years War, reckoning from the 1591-92 Turkish campaign that captured Bihac.

In the series of Ottoman wars in Europe it was the major test of force between Ottoman–Venetian War (1570–73) and the Cretan War (1645–69). The next of the Ottoman-Habsburg wars was the Great Turkish War of 1683-99. Overall, the conflict consisted in a great number of costly battles and sieges, but with very little result for both sides.

Belligerents Initiation Date Termination Date
Holy Roman Empire and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1591 1606 View
Kingdom of Bohemia and Crimean Khanate 1591 1606 View
Electorate of Saxony and Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth 1591 1606 View
Austria and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1591 1606 View
Kingdom of Hungary and Crimean Khanate 1591 1606 View
Kingdom of Croatia and Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth 1591 1606 View
Principality of Transylvania and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1591 1606 View
Wallachia and Crimean Khanate 1591 1606 View
Moldavia and Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth 1591 1606 View
Zaporozhian Cossacks and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1591 1606 View
Spain and Crimean Khanate 1591 1606 View
Vatican (Papal States) and Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth 1591 1606 View
Republic of Venice and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1591 1606 View
Grand Duchy of Tuscany and Crimean Khanate 1591 1606 View
Safavid dynasty and Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth 1591 1606 View
Duchy of Ferrara and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1591 1606 View
Republic of Ragusa and Crimean Khanate 1591 1606 View
Duchy of Savoy and Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth 1591 1606 View
Duchy of Mantua and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1591 1606 View
Knights of St. Stephen and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1591 1606 View

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