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    aggressors. Discrimination is a major cause of these violations especially in the Ottoman Empire when Turkish nationalism began to rise. In the 1900s, the Ottoman Empire believed that the multi-ethnicity of their empire was the reason for the decline; so, they worked to eliminate the Armenians in their empire due to their non-Turkish background, religious beliefs, and greater economic success. During the 1900s the Ottoman Empire was in decline and losing territories in other parts of the world. In response

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    The Ottoman Empire

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    The Ottoman Empire Around 1293 the chieftain of a nomadic Turkish tribe named Osman, founded an empire that would endure almost six hundred years. As this empire grew by conquering lands of the Byzantine Empire and beyond, it came to include, at its height, all of Asia Minor, Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Romania, Egypt, Crete, Cyprus, Palestine, and North Africa through Algeria; parts of Hungry, Austria, Russia, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Oman, U.A.E., and Syria. The elite tactics and fearsome

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    The Ottoman Empire

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    Ottoman Society The Ottoman Empire has many different and very complex components to their society. Some of these components to the society were the Palace, religious establishment, the military governance, and the bureaucracy. The person who usually oversees all of these components and helps them run efficiently is the sultan of the empire. Through the Sultan’s leadership, and the combination of these components helped towards the growth and maintenance of the Ottoman society. First off, the Sultan

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    Ottoman Empire

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    The Ottoman Empire started as a small Turkish state and turned out to be something major. However, this Empire was one of the biggest empires in history. The Ottoman Empire had many problems along the way. The Ottoman Empire’s features and foundation lead to the growth, but the Empire still fell. The Ottoman Empire was one of the World's Largest Empires. The Ottoman Empire is also referred to as the Turkish Empire. It is the most powerful and long-lasting empire in history. The Ottoman Empires primary

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    The History of the Ottoman Empire

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    and suppressed. [ ] 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... ... middle of paper ... ..., Gerald.

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    The economic lives of the Jews in the Ottoman Empire Are Jewish people ruling the world? How comes that all Jews are rich people? These kind of questions are considerable asked by Turkish people. Lots of conspiracy theories are created and they engage people’s attention. In other words, this issue creates lots of question marks in people’s minds. It would be pretty hard to find out who rules the world for an undergraduate paper but it is clearly possible to mention that Jewish people has always

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    Analysis For hundreds of years before European intervention, the Ottoman Empire had controlled or annexed most of the Arabic people. However; few states did exist, mostly on the Saudi Arabian peninsula, they possessed minimal forms of government and rule, existing in small tribal states. Despite the immense territorial possessions of the Ottoman Empire, it began to decline with a series of military defeats beginning in the 16th century. Most of their fleet was wiped with a loss of 210 ships and

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    militant empires. The Habsburgs, hailing mostly from the Iberian Peninsula, fully began to rise when Charles V inherited Spain, American territories, western Mediterranean territories, and Austria from his parents. The Ottoman Empire had its humble beginnings as a nomadic group; however, it later became a force to be reckoned with upon the capture of Constantinople (now Istanbul). Since these two emerging empires were in close proximity, military dominance was a necessity. The Ottomans were rightfully

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    decline. But as the Ottoman Empire’s system was so reliant on the sultan for stimulating and guide it as well as keep it as one and since collapse was, indeed, accompanied with serious elements of corruption within the organization of the sultanate and the persons holding the sultanate office, one can suppose that this was, certainly, the key to fall. Even during the glorious days of the rule of Suleyman there was decline. Maybe it was a lot to expect that the Ottoman Empire or any empire could maintain

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    Decline of Ottoman Empire? Aryan Hussein Salih Politics and International Relations (PIR), 360 A History of the Modern Middle East Lecturer D. Rashid Begg To begin with, Ottoman Empire was the largest empire in the history of Islam. It stretched from Africa to Arabian Peninsula, the Caucus, and Balkans to the gates of Venae. It was the largest empire of its time and it was very developed in the terms of science, art, military, culture and production. The formation of the Ottoman society was

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