The imperial campaign against the Turks in Hungary fails

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Historical Context Note

Ferdinand I, King of the Romans (heir to the Holy Roman Empire), aided by allies such as Joachim II of Brandenburg, had undertaken a military campaign to try to defend Ferdinand's territory of Hungary against the encroaching Ottomans, but this campaign is ultimately unsuccessful.
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Editors. "The imperial campaign against the Turks in Hungary fails". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
[, accessed 01 October 2016.]