Polish–Ottoman War 1683–1699

[ 1683 - 1699 ]

Polish–Ottoman War (1683–1699), the Third Polish–Ottoman War or the War of the Holy League refers to the Polish side of the conflict otherwise known as the Great Turkish War. The conflict begun with a great Polish victory at the battle of Vienna in 1683, and ended with the Treaty of Karlowitz, restoring to the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth lands lost in the previous Polish-Ottoman War (the Polish–Ottoman War (1672–1676)). It was the last conflict between the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Ottoman Empire, and despite the Polish victory, it marked the decline of power of not only the Ottoman Empire, but also of the Commonwealth, which would never again interfere in affairs outside of its declining borders.

Belligerents Initiation Date Termination Date
Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1683 1699 View
Tsardom of Russia and Crimean Khanate 1683 1699 View
Cossack Hetmanate and Moldavia 1683 1699 View
Duchy of Mantua and Wallachia 1683 1699 View
Republic of Venice and Transylvanian Saxons 1683 1699 View
Hungary and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1683 1699 View
Kingdom of Croatia and Crimean Khanate 1683 1699 View
Yugoslavia (Serbia) and Moldavia 1683 1699 View
Albania and Wallachia 1683 1699 View
Greece and Transylvanian Saxons 1683 1699 View
Bulgarians and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1683 1699 View
Prince-Bishopric of Montenegro and Crimean Khanate 1683 1699 View