Albanian Uprising in the Ottoman Empire 1911

[ 1911 ]

Montenegro, preparing to grab Albanian-populated lands for itself, supported a 1911 uprising by the mountain tribes against the Young Turks regime that grew into a widespread revolt. Unable to control the Albanians by force, the Ottoman government granted concessions on schools, military recruitment, and taxation and sanctioned the use of the Latin script for the Albanian language. The government refused, however, to unite the four Albanian-inhabited vilayets (provinces).

Belligerents Initiation Date Termination Date
Albania and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1911 1911 View