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Battle of Kulevicha

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Battle of Kulevicha

The Battle of Kulevicha, also known as the Battle of Kulewtscha, was fought during the Russo-Turkish War, 1828-1829 on June 11, 1829 between Russia and the Ottoman Empire.

The Russians were led by enslaved as a child by the Ottomans) with the objective of relieving Varna. The Russians were victorious.


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