The largest country created from the Ottoman Empire was?
The Republic of Turkey
No, the Ottoman Empire was not the largest. At its peak, the British Empire was the largest.
No, the Ottoman Empire was not the largest and most influential Christian empire. It was a large and influential Islamic empire.
Ottoman Empire was created in 1299.
Turkey was carved out of the Ottoman Empire after World War I.
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Parliament of the Ottoman Empire was created in 1876.
as the ottoman empire conquered other countries everything and everyone belonging to that country was now apart of the ottoman empire ---- ottoman empire did not recognize any country but itself, when it was powerful.
The Ottoman Empire was not the largest Muslim Empire as the Umayyad Empire in 749 CE was larger. However, it may be the most influential Muslim Empire, but that is up to the perception of the person discussing it.
Ottoman Turkish Empire
The treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire was created in 1916.
The Ottoman Empire - Band - was created in 2002.
The largest and most powerful Muslim empire was the Ottoman Empire.
The Ottoman Empire was not "renamed". The Ottoman Empire became Turkey after Mustafa Kemal led the Ottoman military to overthrow the government and declare a new country in 1923.
The new territory of the Ottoman Empire was essentially just the country of Turkey. The Ottoman Empire fell after the end of World War I.
The Ottoman Empire survived until WWI, when the Ottomans reluctantly entered the war on the side of the Central Powers (the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Germany) and were defeated. After the war the Empire was divided up, with largest portion becoming the country of Turkey. Under their modernizing new leader, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the country became a western-oriented secular Democracy.
Ottoman empire was dissolved at the end of World War1. Although the Ottoman empire had won many wars, the country called as defeated because of the defeated ally , Germany. then country occupied by the countries such as England, France, Greece.. the resigned Ottoman soldier whose name is Mustafa Kemal saved the country from being occupied and created a modern country whose name is Republic of Turkey. Turkish society called him Atatürk which means father… Read More
The Ottoman Empire never lost control of Turkey. The Ottoman Empire went defunct in 1923 when Atatürk created Modern Turkey out of the remaining lands of the Ottoman Empire.
SUNNI ISLAM expanded with the Ottoman Empire since the country was ruled by Sunni Muslims.
Macedonia, then the Roman Empire, then the Ottoman Empire.
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The Umayyad Caliphate just before it was overthrown in 750 CE was the largest Islamic Empire in History, even larger than the Ottoman Empire at its height.
The Ottoman Empire
The Ottoman Empire was a Sunni Islamic Theocratic Empire. Its main opponents were Christian states, although it also opposed a number of Islamic States.
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The Ottoman Empire, also known as the Turkish Empire, lasted from 1299 to 1923. It changed its name to Turkey. The country has a population of 76,667,864.
* Austria Hungarian Empire * German Empire * Ottoman Empire
The Ottoman Sultans extended their empire beyond the Middle East by occupying land in Europe. In 1389, the Ottoman victory at Kosovo paved the way for Ottoman expansion into Europe. The Ottoman army was the largest army in Europe.
i am positive that it is Ottoman Empire
Constantinople was not taken by the Arabs. It was taken by the Ottoman Turks who established the Ottoman Empire
The decline of the Seljuks created a power vacuum in Anatolia which allowed the Ottoman Empire to make its initial expansions.
The British Empire was the largest empire in history.
German Empire, Ausria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire and Austro-Hungarian
the ruler of a Muslim country (especially of the former Ottoman Empire ))
The answer you are likely looking for is "the Ottoman Empire", but this is incorrect. Turkey was the dominant constituent entity of the Ottoman Empire and the only remaining part after the Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations cut away all other parts of the empire. Turkey replaced the Ottoman Empire after Mustafa Kemal Ataturk led a rebellion using the Ottoman army to overthrow the sultan and install himself as the first President… Read More
it was modern day turkey and they country's bordering it.
Answer 1 Palestine. Answer 2 No really good answer. Since Palestine had never previously been an Arab self-determining region prior to 1948, it seems unreasonable to claim that Israel was created from the country of Palestine. (This is as opposed to saying that the US State of Texas was created from the original country of Texas which was independent for a short period.) Israel was previously the British Mandate of Palestine which was previously a… Read More
Turkey did not yet exist as a country in 1915. It was still part of the Ottoman Empire. The capital of the Ottoman Empire in 1915 was Constantinople, the city now known as Istanbul.
In 1453, Constantinople, the then capital of the Byzantine Empire, was captured by the Ottoman Empire.
The largest empire the world had ever known up to 1580 was the Mongol Empire (1206-1368) which covered an area of 12.74 million square miles. This empire is the second largest one in history after the British Empire (13.01 million square miles) The largest empire in 1580 was the Ming Empire of China (1368-1640) of the Ming dynasty of China which, with a surface of 2.51million square miles was as big as the Roman Empire… Read More
The Ottoman Army conquered Constantinople in 1453. This conquest created the Ottoman Empire which became very powerful and dissolved the Eastern Roman Empire.
Britain Spain had by far the largest Empire.
The Ottoman Empire was involved in the Armenian Genocide.