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Mehmed V

Mehmed V Resad or Mahommed V, (November 2, 1844 - July 3, 1918), known as Reshid Effendi or Mehmed Resad before accession, was the sultan of the Ottoman empire from April 27, 1909 to 1918 after his elder brother Abdul-Hamid II was forced to abdicate.

Constantinople was under military occupation at the time of Mehmed's death there (it was also his birthplace).

Preceded by:
Abd-ul-Hamid II
(1876-1909)
Ottoman sultans Succeeded by:
Mehmed VI
(1918-1922)



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