The League of Prizren was founded in 1877/8 with the goal of uniting the Albanian people of the Ottoman Empire into a single administration, to be known as the Albanian Vilayet. While the League initially pledged to preserve the Empire's territorial integrity against independence movements in Bulgaria and Serbia, more radical voices soon began to make themselves heard. Leaders such as Abdyl Frashëri and Iljas Dibra pushed for full Albanian autonomy, launching armed rebellions against the Ottomans in Epirus, Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania itself, as well as fostering a sense of Albanian national identity. While our history saw the crushing of the League and the imprisonment of Frashëri, while the Great Powers divided the Albanian lands between Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro and a reduced Albania, here the League's goals are realised in full. Albania gains full autonomy, and later complete independence, in the territory of the four Albanian-inhabited vilayets of Kosovo, Scutari, Janina, and Manastir. The Salonica Vilayet was later divided between Albania, Bulgaria and Greece while Corfu was gained from Britain while the southern Ionian Islands were joined with Greece.