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1450-1750 Ap World History

Technology, Demography, and the Environment 1450-1750 The main trend relating to technology, demography, and the environment from 1450 to 1750 are … Some of the most influential new technologies were guns, improved shipbuilding, and better navigational devices. The invention of guns would forever change the way wars were fought. Instead of swords, bows and arrows,…

Ottoman Empire Study Guide

Devshirme: Every 2 years or so, young Christians were taken and trained and converted to Islam. They would either be janissaries (foot soldiers) but ones with “intellectual promise” went to work in the government. Many became powerful. Some were slaves? Because the enslavement of the Muslims was not allowed. The power was NOT hereditary (like…

The Ottoman Empire

The Ottoman Empire was a Turkish Muslim empire that existed from the year 1299 to 1922, controlling must of Southeastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa at the height of its power during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.  The Empire expanded throughout its history under extremely brave leaders, while its adversaries were weak and…

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The Ottoman Empire Paper

The Ottoman Empire was one of the ancient yet one of the most powerful and influential world empires.  The history of this empire begins sometimes during the 13th century.  In their bid to enlarge their territory they took no consideration to any limits or boundaries be it religious, tribal or otherwise.  This empire is also…

The eventual fall of the Ottoman Empire

How far did the reforms during the period 1826-39 contribute to the eventual fall of the Ottoman Empire? The Ottoman Empire (1299-1924), founded as a medieval dynasty, collapsed and re-emerged as a modern constitutional state in less than seven centuries. The crucial question is why? What caused so momentous a transformation? There is much historical…

The Ottoman empire

M. S Anderson acknowledged that the Crimean War “Was the outcome of a series of misjudgements, misunderstandings and blunders of stupidity, pride and obstinacy rather than of ill will”[1]. This interpretation alone can cover the origins of the Crimean War; however it challenges further arguments such that the war occurred due to certain groups and…

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