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Decline of the Ottoman Empire

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Daniel Barkes

on 30 August 2012

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Transcript of Decline of the Ottoman Empire

Decline of the Ottoman Empire Warm Up:
Why is Suleiman the
most famous Ottoman
Sultan? Why did the Empire decline? Growth of European trade routes Ottomans did not industrialize Other Factors Constantly Fighting Wars Rejected new ideas Couldn't compete with
European trade Lost territory due to wars W W I What is left of the Ottoman Empire
sides with Germany Part of the central powers Why would they side with Germany? New nations created – with no regard to religious, cultural, tribal, and ethnic groups or historical divisions … all of which were very important to Middle Easterners Meeting of almost 30 Nations to discuss the defeated powers of WWI (mainly the O.E.) and establish peace.

Led to the Treaty of Versailles (1919).

The League of Nations was created after the Treaty of Versailles. Paris Peace Treaty of 1919 The Peace Treaty between the Ottoman Empire and the Allied Powers at the end of WWI.

This treaty abolished the Ottoman Empire.

This treaty was replaced by the Treaty of Lausanne in 1923. Treaty of Sevres-1920 England took control of Iraq
and Jordan.
They already controlled Egypt France recieved Lebanon
and Syria
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