Turkey was called the 'sick man of Europe' with good reason. The Ottoman empire was becoming dramatically smaller, both in the Balkan states & in the Middle East. Despit…e their repelling the Galippoli landings the Turks had little success in WW1: Although the Armenian Massacre cannot be seen as anything but an example of genocide on a massive scale. Siding with the Central Powers did not improve Turkeys lot, and they were neutral in WW2. (MORE)
Answer Mehmet Resat was the ruler of Turkey during the 1st World War. Altough he was the official ruler of Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was leading the country to o…vercome the sovereignity and bring back the democracy. Mehmet Resat died in July 1919. From July to November(last four months of World War) the last sultan of Turkey, Vahdettin, ruled the country as a representative of the Ottoman empire until the Armistice of Mudros was signed. (MORE)
Turkey entered the WW I on the side of Central powers. Turkish forces repelled a joint naval and ground attack by British and French forces in what is known now as Battle …of Gallipoli. During the war the Armenian population of Turkey was subjected to so-called relocation which resulted in deaths of around 300,000 to 1500,000 Armenians. Ottoman state was partitioned by allied powers after the war through the Treaty of Sevres. Mustafa Kemal Pasha led a Turkish National Movement against occupying allied forces in Constantinople and Smyrna. After the WW I the Republic of Turkey emerged as the successor of Ottoman empire. (MORE)
Calories in 1 lb of ground turkey There are:: .
approx 480 calories in each 1 lb of raw white turkey meat with the skin removed but the turkey meat not yet ground or m…inced. .
approx 1056-1072 calories in 1 lb of lean (skin removed) ground or minced cooked turkey. For the calorie content of vegetables or fruit to serve with chicken, and fruit and vegetable calorie charts, which you may use as daily guides, see the page links, further down this page, listed under Related Questions. (MORE)