Perang Italia-Turki

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Perang Italia-Turki atau Perang Turki-Italia (bahasa Turki: Trablusgarp Savaşı, Perang Tripolitania; juga dikenal di Italia sebagai Guerra di Libia, "Perang Libya") adalah pertempuran yang terjadi antara Kesultanan Utsmaniyah melawan Kerajaan Italia yang terjadi dari tanggal 29 September 1911 sampai 18 Oktober 1912. Italia menguasai provinsi Tripolitania dan Cyrenaica milik Utsmaniyah, yang membentuk Libya, dan juga pulau Rodos dan kepulauan Dodecanese di dekat Anatolia.

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