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Crimean Khanate

A number of khans ruled Crimea in the period from 1648 to 1676: Islam Girai III (1644-1654), Mehmed Girai IV (1654-1666), Adil Girai (1666-1671) and Selim Girai (1671-1677/78 and 1684-1691). At the start of this period, the Tatars were an enemy of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, later they fought as allies and by the end they were again an enemy.

Although the Crimea was under Ottoman protection, for much of the seventeenth century it set its own agenda. Since the Khanate relied on the collection of slaves from Ukraine, Tatar policy focused on not allowing one individual group to dominate Ukraine. If any one group became too powerful, they would shift their allegiance and “betray” their allies, sometimes even in the middle of a battle.

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