What impact did World War 1 have on the ottoman empire?
The Ottoman Empire ceded much of its territory, and European nations took control. Additionally, there was a coup d'etat by senior Military Officers called the Young Turks (Jön Türkler) who proclaimed the Government of the Republic of Turkey, ending the Ottoman Empire in 1923.
The Ottoman Empire wanted to go to war because the Allies wanted to go to war with Germany and the Ottoman Empire is supposed to help out Germany when they are in war or need some help. The Ottoman Empire has gone to war numerous times and each time for a different set of reasons. The above is only applicable to World War 1.
No, the Ottoman Empire joining the Central Power side. This decision taken by the Sublime Porte because when the WW I began the British detaining the Ottoman Battleship that buid in Britain for it's own war effort. After that, the German Empire give two frigate SMS Goeben and SMS Breslau and it's crew to the Ottoman Empire, this decision that make Ottoman Empire joinng Central Power.
The Ottoman Empire was ripped apart after World War I and restricted to only its territories in Anatolia and Eastern Thrace. After only a few years, the Ottoman government was itself overthrown by its own military led by the Young Turks, Mustafa Kemal in particular, who established the Republic of Turkey in the place of the remaining Ottoman Empire.