Cengiz Nazim Osmanoglu, Turkish Ottoman royal, Died at 76

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Cengiz Nazim Osmanoglu was born in 1939, in Cairo, and died on November 19, 2015, in the United States.

He was an Imperial Prince of the House of Osman.

It was reported that he allegedly managed a transportation company in the U.S.

The Osmano─člu family name refers to the current members of the historical House of Osman.

The Royal Ottoman Empire or Turkish royal were founded in 1299 until the establishment of the Republic of Turkey in 1923.

He was Cengiz Nazim Efendi, his royal name, a prince in line from 1939 to 2015.

Cengiz Nazim achieved his undergrad degree in political science from the University of Oklahoma.

Cengiz Nazim lived in France and England, and went to the U.S. for education purposes.

Over the years, many members of the Ottoman Dynasty lived in poverty and died in exile, while their children maintain their lives in the U.S., Germany, France, the U.K., Syria, Egypt and Lebanon.

Cengiz Nazim Osmanoglu was 4th in line for prince of the Ottoman dynasty throne.

He was a direct descendant of Mehmed V.

Cengiz Nazim Osmanoglu passed away at 76 years old, due to a heart attack.