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Hacı Halil Pasha

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Hacı

Halil

Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire
In office
21 August 1716 – 26 August 1717
MonarchAhmed III
Preceded bySilahdar Ali Pasha
Succeeded byNişancı Mehmet Pasha
Personal details
Died1733
Crete, Ottoman Empire
now Greece
NationalityOttoman
Military service
Battles/warsAustro-Turkish War of 1716–18

Hacı Halil Pasha was an Ottoman Grand vizier. His ephitet Hacı means "pilgrim".

Early years

He was of Albanian origin, born in Elbasan,[1] and rose through the Bostancı corps. In 1694, he resigned and went to Baghdad (now in Iraq) as the subordinate of the Baghdad governor. In 1711 he was promoted to the overall command of the Bostancı corps (Bostancıbaşı) and in 1716 to the post of beylerbey the Erzurum Eyalet. However he didn't serve in Erzurum due to the outbreak of the Austro-Turkish War of 1716–18, being reassigned to serve in Belgrade (now in Serbia).[2]

Grand Vizier

During the decisive Battle of Petrovaradin on 5 August 1716, the grand vizier Silahdar Ali Pasha was killed. Upon the suggestion of the commanders, the sultan appointed Halil Pasha as the new grand vizier. Next year he campaigned to aid Belgrade, which was being besieged by the Austrian army. However Eugene of Savoy of Austria defeated Halil Pasha and captured Belgrade. After this defeat he was dismissed from the post on 26 August 1717.

Later years

Although he was sentenced to death, he hid himself in İstanbul. On 7 June 1720 he was discovered, but with the help of his partisans he was pardoned. In 1727, he became the governor of the Sanjak of Eğriboz in central Greece, and in the next year he was appointed to the governorship of Crete, where he died in 1733.

See also

References

  1. ^ Elena Kocaqi (2006). Albanët me famë në mijëvjeçarë (3 ed.). Globus R. p. 186. ISBN 9789994336326.
  2. ^ Ottoman page (in Turkish)
Political offices
Preceded by
Silahdar Ali Pasha
Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire
21 August 1716 – 26 August 1717
Succeeded by
Nişancı Mehmet Pasha
This page was last edited on 28 February 2020, at 22:15
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