What was the size of the ottoman army in 19th century?
During the Napoleonic wars the Ottoman army was over 100,000 strong so it is fair to argue it was around 100,000 strong during most of the 19th century.
Philip II's reign saw the expansion of Spain's colonial empire to the size it would retain until the mid-19th century. His most important contribution to Europe's history was his decisive defeat of the Ottoman forces who tried to establish the Ottoman Empire's power in the whole of the Mediterranean basin. It was almost solely thanks to Spain's efforts that Muslim influence and actual occupations remained restricted to the eastern Mediterranean area. Other notable results of…
As the Ottoman Empire expanded in size, it become more difficult for a centralized power to control all aspects of the empire. One consequence of this was that local leaders gained more autonomy, and made decisions that were not in the interest of the empire. The Ottoman Empire was in existence from 1299 to 1923.
Almost everything but the form itself. The late 19th-century symphonies are longer, written for a larger orchestra and in a more advanced tonal language. Much of the expansion came with Beethoven, but by the time of Bruckner and Mahler, at the very end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th, symphonies reached their maximum length and orchestral size.