In the history of the Middle East and in the history of Anatolia, we mostly encounter and hear about the history of the Ottoman Empire and how it came about and how it ended. “THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE ended on a particular day, but the beginnings are shrouded in myth,” said Finkel.[ ] We ask ourselves who, where, when, why, and how the empire was established and its importance? Well, we can look back in history and recite what exactly ha...
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