Ottoman Infantry Coat of Arms (1882-1922 CE)

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Syed Muhammad Khan
by Juris Tiltins
published on 20 July 2020
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A typical military sign from the Ottoman Empire known as "arma" (this Homeric Greek expression itself reflects a symbol adopted under influence from abroad). Used in the Turkish army (infantry) and displayed on the reverse side of the battalion banners (military colors) of European style introduced after the Nizami-Jedid reforms. (It is not the state coat of arms of the Ottoman Empire, as the Empire did not use any)

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Tiltins, J. (2020, July 20). Ottoman Infantry Coat of Arms (1882-1922 CE). World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/12481/ottoman-infantry-coat-of-arms-1882-1922-ce/

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Tiltins, Juris. "Ottoman Infantry Coat of Arms (1882-1922 CE)." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified July 20, 2020. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/12481/ottoman-infantry-coat-of-arms-1882-1922-ce/.

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Tiltins, Juris. "Ottoman Infantry Coat of Arms (1882-1922 CE)." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 20 Jul 2020. Web. 17 Sep 2021.