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Capture of Bougie

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Capture of Bougie
Part of The Ottoman–Habsburg wars
Algiers and Bejaia by Piri Reis.jpg

Historic map of Algiers and Bougie by Piri Reis
Date1555
Location
Bougie (in present-day Algeria)
Result Regency of Algiers victory
Territorial
changes
Bougie under Ottoman rule
Belligerents
Ottoman Empire
Regency of Algiers
Spain Spain
Commanders and leaders
Salah Rais Spain Luis Peralta
Spain Alonso Peralta
Andrea Doria (too late to help)
Strength
6,000 500-1000 men

The Capture of Bougie occurred in 1555 when the Ottoman ruler of Algiers Salah Rais took the city of Béjaïa from the Spaniards. The Spanish presidio was the main fortification in Bougie, occupied by about 100 men under Luis Peralta, and then his son Alonso Peralta.[1] The city was captured by Salah Rais from his base of Algiers, at the head of several thousand men and a small fleet consisting in 2 galleys, a barque, and a French saëte ("flèche", or "arrow") requisitioned in Algiers.[1] Peralta had sent messages to Spain for help, and Andrea Doria prepared to leave with a fleet from Naples, but it was too late.[1]

The Spanish force was defeated, but Alonso Peralta was allowed to leave unharmed with 40 men of his choice. He was severely criticized upon his return to Spain, and was beheaded in Valladolid on 4 May 1556.[1]

The capture of Bougie permitted the Ottomans to encircle the Spanish position at Goletta and that of their ally Ahmad Sultan in Tunis, as they now had strong bases in Béjaïa and Tripoli.[2]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean world in the age of Philip II Fernand Braudel p.933- [1]
  2. ^ The Last Great Muslim Empires H. J. Kissling,Bertold Spuler,F. R. C. Bagley p.128 [2]

This page was last edited on 23 January 2019, at 22:06
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