Who was the second to last sultan of the Ottoman Empire?
The second to last sultan of the Ottoman Empire was Mehmed V.
The Ottomans had skilled soldiers, so over time they would conquer different parts slowly, and once they had defeated the last of the Byzantine Empire, the Ottoman Empire was now a large empire. The Ottoman Empire started off as a little community, but kept growing into a large empire, lead by a man named Osman.
One similarity between the Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire is that both 1 reached their height of power at the same time 2 developed parliamentary government 3 sensured equality for w?
This is completely incorrect. In fact, the Ottoman empire came to power as the last vestiges of the old Roman empire disintegrated. Neither ever had a parliamentary government. The Romans once had a republican form of government where their leaders were elected by the citizens. But this practice came to an end around 45 BC with the rise of Julius Caesar. The Ottoman Empire always had as its head of state an hereditary Sultan. However…
The last Sultan in name was Mehmed VI (1861-1926) who served from 1918 to 1922 after the defeat of the empire as part of the Central Powers of World War I. The last imperial ruler was his cousin, His Imperial Majesty The Sultan Abdülmecid II (1868-1944) as Caliph of Islam. He was named Caliph by the Turkish National Assembly in 1922 after the Sultanate was abolished, but the Caliphate too was abolished in 1924, and…
Mehmed VI Wahid ed-din, in Arabic محمد سادس Meḥmed-i sâdis, in Turkish: Mehmed Vahideddin or Mehmet Vahdettin) . He was born in 14 January 1861 and died in 16 May 1926. He was the 36th and last Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, reigning from 1918 to 1922. The last Islamic Caliph, however, was Abdülmecit II.