Actually, Saudi Arabia was not created at that time. King Abdulaziz bin Saud (Creator of SA) was in a military/ideological quest to unite what is now known as Saudi Arabia. Along the way, he defeated Ottoman Empire troops along the eastern shores and Ottoman supported tribes in the north. In the west (where Mecca is) he was victorious against Ottoman allies "The Ashraf".
The two countries that started after the breakup of the ottoman empire were Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
it started to break up when the british empire signed a mandate over palestine
The Ottoman Empire
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The area of the Ottoman Empire consisted of more than eight current countries. Some of these countries were Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Turkey, Syria, Palestine, Israel, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Lebanon.
Because the Ottoman Dynasty did not have courage to stand up and fight against European occupation. That day's Ottoman Empire, apart from today's Turkey, consisted nearly most of Middlea East like Syria, Iraq, Arabia, Palestine etc etc. Even more that that due the Treatry of Sevres only the quarter of today's Turkey was left to Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Empire was overthrown for accepting this treatry.
explain how European partitioning in the Middle East after the breakup of the Ottoman Empire led to regional conflict
Nationalism, corruption, technological and economical downfall
In WW1 Britain conquered Mesopotamia (Iraq), Jordan and Palestine from the Ottoman Empire.
The Ottoman Empire controlled Palestine and Israel in the 16th century.
Ottoman Empire till 1918 and Britain after that.
The Ottoman (Turkish) Empire.
The Ottoman Empire ruled the region of Palestine in three distinct provinces: the Wilayat of Beirut in the north (which extends into much of Lebanon), the Mutasaffirat of Jerusalem (which is bunched in the center), and the Wilayat of Damascus in the south (which extends into modern Jordan and Syria. There was no concept in the Ottoman Empire of a unified Palestine as Palestinian activists conceive of it today.
The Ottoman Empire aka Turkey
Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia was never colonized. However, parts of Saudi Arabia were controlled by the Ottoman Empire for a few centuries.
The breakup of the Ottoman Empire and Western interest in the region!
It was founded by the League of Nations (precursor to the UN) in 1946 after the breakup of the Ottoman Empire.
Conquering the land that is now known as Turkey. They also conquered Syria, Palestine, Egypt, Mesopotamia, parts of Arabia, and North Africa. They also attacked the Byzantine Empire, seized Constantinople which is now Istanbul and is also their capital.
around 1920, as a result of the breakup of the Ottoman Empire, which itself was a result of World War I
At its peak the Ottoman empire stretched from Hungary and Poland in the north to Saudi Arabia in the south and from Algeria in the west to Iran and the Persian Gulf in the east.
From 1517 until 1917, the land that is now Israel was part of the Ottoman Empire. After that, it was part of the Mandate of Palestine, until it was partitioned into Israel in 1948.
te ottoman empire took over