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Leader Analysis

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Loni Hoffmann

on 8 June 2011

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Transcript of Leader Analysis

Leader Analysis Suleiman 1 1495-1566 "Suleiman the Magnificent"
or "The Lawgiver" Ottoman Empire Years in power 1520-1566 Political, social, and economic
conditions prior to gaining power: Political: At age 17, Suleiman appointed as governor of Kaffa then Sarukhan When his father died, Suleiman entered Constantinople
and inherited the throne as the 10th Ottoman Sultan. Social Father had all male relatives killed
Age 7, sent to school in Constantinople Motivation/Goals Alexander the Great
Expansion Significant Actions Made a slave his most trusted advisor
Freed slaves
Changed laws
made it possible for all boys to be educated
Entertained common people Significant Events Began conquests in Europe Captured Belgrade + island of Rhodes
Established military base in Malta
Launched attacks on Hungary and Austria Fair Leader Then began to focus on Asia and Iranians Gained control of Baghdad, Azerbaijan
and Georgia
signed settlement with Mesopotamia Short/Long Term Effects When suleiman died, the ottoman empire
was one of world's foremost powers 30 years after his death he was quoted by Shakespeare
as a military genius in "The Merchant of Venice" Had many mosques/buildings built for him Built in Ukraine
named after Kanuni Sultan Suleyman
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