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World Books. The Reprint Society, London 1961. In 1565 the Ottoman Empire was at its peak. Under their Sultan, Soleyman the Magnificent, the Turks had conquered most of Eastern Europe, and their galleys ranged the whole length of the Mediterranean. The rulers of Christian Europe were at their wits end to stem the tide of disaster. This is a book which makes history come vividly alive. Chipped and nicked dust jacket over two-tone brown cloth covered end boards. Good condtion. 255pp. 190 x 125 mm