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    The Fall of the Ottoman Empire The Ottoman Empire, one of Europe’s greatest powers, . There are many causes of the the Ottoman Empire’s demise. Unemployment and economic decline developed severe ramifications on an already climbing debt. Rising debt obligated business owners to constrict production which lead to poor manufacturing. Unprosperous exportation of products constituted for a substantial reliance on agriculture, which lost the battle of competition between other agricultural countries. The Ottoman Empire fell into a deficit and therefore retroceded as a result. Rising unemployment within the Ottoman Empire evoked an impoverished economy. Public functions depended on public investments. As economic times changed, the Ottoman…

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    Ottoman Empire Case Study

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    Ottoman Empire It was an empire created in 1299 by Turks. Spielvogel noted that the Ottoman Empire has occupied southeastern Europe in the seventeenth century, while it has lost several piece of territory, such as Slovenia and Hungary, during its expansion to the Austrian Empire (661). It experienced the further downfall by the beginning of the 18th century. With its gradually destruction, many European countries expressed strong interests on its territory. It should be studied today because the…

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    Life as an Ottoman Subject During the Reign of Sultan Abdulhamid II: The Resurrection of a Constitution The power of the Ottoman Sultan knew no bounds, and the consequences of Abdulhamid II’s poor authority were felt by everyone but the Sultan. Anyone who supported the 1876 Ottoman Constitution was not an aid to the Sultan either which can be seen by the fact that he revoked the Constitution’s power early in his reign. All levels of people were affected by the Sultan’s expectations and actions,…

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    authoritarian rule. As with any country, especially one that’s been around in one form or another for so long, there have been many periods of turmoil and violence along the way that make Egypt an unfortunately excellent case study of the phenomenon of collective violence. To keep a modern focus on Egypt’s run ins with collective violence it makes the most sense to start with Egypt’s unique experience under the Ottoman Empire and move forward from there. Looking at the significant events within…

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    Giancarlo Casale’s The Ottoman Age of Exploration makes it a point to introduce the concept of global politics to the study of the Age of Exploration and early modern Ottoman history. Giancarlo Casale is currently a professor at the University of Minnesota and specializes in the history of the early modern Ottoman Empire. Casale main purpose in this text was to provide a cohesive narration of the Ottoman Age of Exploration. Casale makes the important distinction that the European age of…

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    Most of the officers seem to be at a loss for words as to why he’s taking us to Kut, when Basra is clearly the better place to withstand a siege. I don’t know much about military strategy, but I feel like camping in the middle of the desert isn’t the best idea when we get all of our supplies from the sea. At Basra at least we could be resupplied and be evacuated if the need arose, but I suppose Townshend knows what he’s doing. Then again, after the debacle at Ctesiphon last week, I don’t think I…

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    Mevlevi Influence

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    Empire that ended up paying off dividends in the end. “The Mevlevis were known for their close affiliation with the literati although their influence could be equally felt in the halls of government. In fact the [Chelebi] was given the honor of girding the new sultans with the sword of their forebear […] ”. By filling this position, the two different groups, the Mevlevi and the Ottoman elite, gained various things. Symbiotically, the Mevlevi received resources that permitted their excursions…

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    Introduction- The Ottoman Empire was first established as a small state in western Turkey during the Seljuk reign. At first they would pillage and capture the workers of other Turkish villages around them and eventually ending all other local Turkish dynasties. The empire then grew to include many areas in what is now present day Europe to and it eventually became one of the largest and most powerful and one of the most enduring empires in the history of the world. After 1400 the Ottoman Empire…

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    The Mongol and the Ottoman empires used similar techniques while taking over and controlling civilizations because of an underlying common theme within expanding empires, however, aspects involving specific methods and level of association with their conquered set them apart. In the conquest for overall power over the people of the world, the Mongols stretched their empire across most of Eurasia, and also arose conflicts that are now considered ancient world wars. The Ottoman Empires rule…

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    Before presidencies, there were empires. History, regardless of how or when, the subject is constructed around power, money, territories, and conspiracy. Survival of the fittest. The struggle between three particular world powers throughout the last five decades showcased the most brilliant minds, The Ottoman, British, and French Empires. While the establishment of facts is sure to vary across different cultural backgrounds, most would agree this time in history played a crucial role in how…

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