What are turks?

Some articles on turks:

Azaq - Fortress of Azov
... In April 1637, three thousand Don and four thousand Zaporozhian Cossacks besieged Azov (the Turks had four thousand soldiers and two hundred cannons) ... The Turks reoccupied Azov in September 1642 ... but the disastrous Pruth River Campaign constrained him to hand it back to the Turks in 1711 ...
Turks In The Netherlands - Demographics
... also medium-sized cities, and even small villages attracted the Turks ... is mostly concentrated in large cities in the west of the country some 36% of Turks live in the Randstad region ... This consisted of some 196,000 first generation Turks and 183,000 second generation Turks whose parents originated from Turkey ...
Caucasus Front (Russian Republic) - Truce and Dissolution
... Nevertheless, the Turks continued some offensive operations, taking advantage of the fact that the Caucasus Front had effectively ceased to exist as a cohesive ... Such resistance as the Turks met was offered by Armenian volunteer militia units. 1918 by the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk ending all hostilities with the Turks ...
Turks In Japan
... Turks in Japan (Japanese 在日トルコ人 Turkish Japonya Türkleri) are Turks living in Japan ...
Turgesh - Origins
... pilgrim who visited the area, related how the Turks had overlorded the country ... Most of the local kings who came under the rule of the Turks at this time were converted to ilteber (颉利发), and supervised by the tudun ... According to Chinese sources, under Tong the Turks advanced into the Sassanid empire and killed Khosrau II ...