Today marks the 567th anniversary of the Collapse of Constantinople to the Ottoman Turks and the final collapse of the Roman Empire. How do you guys feel how the collapse of the Byzantines shaped European and World history?

Me, personally, feel that the fall of the Byzantines lead to the rise of more β€œsuccessors” to reform the glory of the Roman Empire euch as the aforementioned Ottomans, Russia and even France during Napoleon.

I would like to see how you guys feel how the collapse of Constantinople changed the identity of politics and warfare.

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Austria-Hungary and The Ottoman Empire spent the majority of their history fighting but got dissolved fighting side by side.
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TIL In the 16th century a Ruthenian/Ukrainian woman was taken captive and brought to Istanbul as a slave. Her joyful spirit earned her a name Hurrem - "the Cheerful One”. She rose to become Suleiman's legal wife and "Queen of the Ottoman Empire" known in history as Hurrem Sultan or Roxelana en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hur…
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The history of the late Ottoman Empire features many Albanians in elite positions as well as entire Albanian irregular forces that didn't always listen to the Sultan. Why did the Ottoman government support an Albanian ascendancy despite repeated incidents of autonomy?

Muhamed Ali was an Albanian and was the leader of an Albanian mercenary band which won out the power vacuum in Egypt after Napoleons departure. In the Greek War of Independence, Albanian irregular forces would be deployed against the Greek populous in rural areas, acting as an almost autonomous gendarme/death squad force. The Ottoman government under the Islamist Abdulhamid II propped up Albanian nation building projects despite them calling for independence and demanding a secular regime. It seems Albanians were not always consistent with their loyalty to the Sultan, yet there was an almost unconditional sponsorship

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Hurrem Haseki Sultan (1504-1558), also known as Roxelana, was the chief advisor and wife of Suleiman the Magnificent. Formerly a slave from Ukraine, she rose to power as the spiritual ''Queen of the Ottoman Empire'' and is one of the most influential figures in Ottoman History.
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Due to a long history of bad blood between Austria and the Ottomans, was Austria-Hungary opposed to the Ottoman Empire joining the Central Powers? Did this bad history lead to any disagreements between the two in strategy, goals, etc?

If not, how/when did the two countries overcome their differences?

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Is anyone else super interested in the history of the Ottoman Empire after watching Ertugrul?

I wasn't as aware about how much of the world Islam had past through but i was super surprised when visiting Greece which is fully anti-immigration that there use to be history of Islam there.

I tried to show case it in a video here: https://youtu.be/j2SLQYz_b_g

Sad to see the amount of history all the way up until Spain that has been lost.

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Due to a long history of bad blood between Austria and the Ottomans, was Austria-Hungary opposed to the Ottoman Empire joining the Central Powers? Did this bad history lead to any disagreements between the two in strategy, goals, etc? reddit.com/r/AskHistorian…
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The history of the late Ottoman Empire features many Albanians in elite positions as well as entire Albanian irregular forces that didn't always listen to the Sultan. Why did the Ottoman government support an Albanian ascendancy despite repeated incidents of autonomy? reddit.com/r/AskHistorian…
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Hurrem Haseki Sultan (1504-1558), also known as Roxelana, was the chief advisor and wife of Suleiman the Magnificent. Formerly a slave from Ukraine, she rose to power as the spiritual ''Queen of the Ottoman Empire'' and is one of the most influential figures in Ottoman History.
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Learn more about the history of the Ottoman Empire

Can you recommend some good books for me to find out about the Ottoman Empire. Has to be in English.

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On this day (11 March, 1917) Baghdad was conquered by the British Empire from the Ottomans as part of their Mesopotamian Campaign in World War One. Picture is of British general Frederick Maude's entry into the city on that day. Credit: Lost Islamic History
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On this day (11 March, 1917) Baghdad was conquered by the British Empire from the Ottomans as part of their Mesopotamian Campaign in World War One. Picture is of British general Frederick Maude's entry into the city on that day. Credit: Lost Islamic History
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In the history of Roman and Eastern Roman Empire, it's always noted that Egypt is the most precious province in the empire. So why is in the history of Ottoman Empire it's instead noted that their European lands (Balkan) are the most valued provinces? They all hold both Balkan and Egypt.
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Why was the Ottoman empire so stable and successful throughout most of it’s history?

A lot of very powerful muslim states, such as the Fatimids, the Seljuks and the Andalusian ones, tended to grow decadent and then be overthrown by some new dynasty, but the Ottomans managed not only to build up a vast and mostly stable empire but to also conquer huge swats of territories in christian Europe. Beyond the killing of brothers and tolerant policies, what made their long-lasting rule possible from an administrative/political point of view? Was the weakness of the late period a consequence of their culture/religion or just a product of mismanagement?

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(Political) History of the Middle East since the fall of Ottoman Empire?

With the recent events I realized I have absolutely no idea what's going on there, please enlighten me.

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[todayilearned] TIL In the 16th century a Ruthenian/Ukrainian woman was taken captive and brought to Istanbul as a slave. Her joyful spirit earned her a name Hurrem - "the Cheerful One”. She rose to become Suleiman's legal wife and "Queen of the Ottoman Empire" known in history as Hurrem Sultan or R en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hur…
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Ertuğrul The show is based on the history of the Muslim Oghuz Turks and takes place in the 13th century. It centers around the life of Ertuğrul, the father of Osman I, who was the founder of the Ottoman Empire. Diriliş youtu.be/J6I2-0tWMzA
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Mustafa Kemal AtatΓΌrk and the Republic of Turkey: The History of the Ottoman Empire’s Collapse and the Establishment of a New State by Charles River Editors amazon.com/dp/B0837Z5TDP/…
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Tides of History Ep 63 - The Rising Tide of the Ottoman Empire, 1453-1481

Mehmet the Conqueror captured Constantinople for the Ottoman Empire in 1453 and ended the thousand-year reign of the Byzantine Empire after an epic siege, but he was far from done. For the next three decades, Mehmet led Ottoman armies against Serbs, Hungarians, Venetians, Wallachians, and Turkoman tribesmen, expanding his empire and drenching two continents in blood and war.

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The Great Siege of Malta: The History of the Battle for the Mediterranean Island Between the Ottoman Empire and Knights Hospital ler by Charles River Editors amazon.com/dp/B082J4447Y/…
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The Battle of Chaldiran: The History and Legacy of the Ottoman Empire’s Decisive Victory Over the Safavid Dynasty in Anatolia by Charles River Editors amazon.com/dp/B0825G29LS/…
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The Young Turks: The History and Legacy of the Political Movement that Attempted to Reform the Ottoman Empire Before Its Collapse by Charles River Editors amazon.com/dp/B07ZJV6WHX/…
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This new history of the Christian genocide during the Ottoman Empire sounds a dark warning for the future independent.co.uk/voices/…
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Some quick color Olorotitan aharensis sketches done back in June. Inspired by the Ottoman empire royal outfits (Abdul Hamil II). I wanted to do a set of dinosaurs who represent different empires around the world! (Paleoart + world history)
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People from countries that were part of Austria-Hungary or the Ottoman Empire, how do you feel about that part of your history compared to the soviet era?

So I didn't know until recently that living in Austria and then the KuK was pretty shit for some people, like serfdom levels of crap. Meaning, yes it was pretty shit for most people to live in the 17th-19th centuries but thinks were worse off in general for non-German speakers.

And then in "Rumelia" you have the Ottomans with their sporadic massacres, Islamic pogroms and a sprinkle of genocide at the end of their run.

You go through WW1 when these empires gets dissolved, and then once the dust settles on WW2 everyone except for Turkey, who hadn't joined the war, and Austria itself (who kinda got off scot-free there) that had been part of these empires is now under soviet rule, except for Yugoslavia which was still a one-party socialist state.

Just wondering, now that both of those periods have gone by, what is it like learning about those time periods? How do you think it affected the current state of affairs? Are you more likely to know the names of a Habsburg/Sultan or a Soviet premier? etc.

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[#8|+3238|1032] TIL white people have their own history of slavery by the Ottoman empire up until the 19th century. [/r/todayilearned] reddit.com/r/todayilearne…
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The_Donald presents a completely accurate picture of the history of the Ottoman Empire

So this got linked on TMoR and it is, frankly, gold from top to bottom.

>the Ottoman Empire was the first and only successful establishment of an Islamic society built on the caliphate and Sharia Law.

This is complete nonsense, the Ottoman Empire came to power in the 13th Century, the first Caliph came to power in the year of Muhammed's death, 632. On top of that, the Ottoman empire was ruled by a Sultan, not a Caliph. I believe that during WWI the Ottoman Emperor claimed the mantle of Caliph to try and rally Muslims to their cause but my memory is a little hazy on the details there. Also the Ottoman Empire was not governed by Sharia Law but by a combination of Sharia Law and Kanun.

EDIT: u/solamyas pointed out some inaccuracies so here's a quick correction for the above part: The Ottoman Empire did become a Caliphate although the rulers seem to have still been titled Sultan which I find confusing and each religious group in the Empire would have had their own religious law alongside the Kanuns, Sharia Law would have been specifically for Muslims.

>The entire reason behind the crusades and the Catholic church's insanity during the Dark Ages was because they were scared shitless that the Ottoman Empire (and Islam in general) would invade Europe and rape/kill everyone there (their response was wrong, but their reasoning was justified).

First, Dark Ages. Second, the First Crusade is launched in 1096, the Ottoman Empire comes to power in the 13th century. That is one slow crusade. Third, according to The Crusades by Thomas Asbridge:

> ...it is important to recognise that, in reality, the notion of conflict with the Muslim world was not written into the DNA of crusading. ...In some ways his choice of Islam as an enemy was almost incidental

and while Pope Urban II did use inflammatory rhetoric about Muslim atrocities in the Levant to incite fervor for the Crusades it wasn't really the true reason behind them.

>The Armenian genocide, where over 2 million Christians were brutally executed by Muslims for no apparent reason other than their religion, has been completely buried.

According to this source:

>Moreover, ideolo

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Ten Minute History - The Rise of the Ottoman Empire (Short Documentary) youtube.com/watch?v=PWg0t…
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In the entire history of the Ottoman Empire, not a single Sultan made the pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina. Why was this? Did people criticize the Sultan(s) for not being "real/true" Muslims?
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What kind of relations did America have with the Ottoman Empire throughout history ?
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History of the Ottoman Empire but every time there’s a genocide it gets faster
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The Ottoman Empire: A Captivating Guide to the Rise and Fall of the Turkish Empire and its Control Over Much of Southeast Europe, Western Asia, and North Africa by Captivating History amazon.com/dp/B07KDH89T8/…
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Thinking of adding this silver Torah case from the Ottoman Empire Museum of Jewish Art and History to the stack. Good price over spot?
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My video on the history of the ottoman empire youtu.be/pxlIHIbPS3U
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I think the rise and vast expansion of the Ottoman empire had something to do with it. Nothing could stop them until Thomas Jefferson and his newly formed armed forces began to fight back. It was the US's prosperity and technology that got the Muslim people more interested in money than religion that eventually crumbled the empire.

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The Ottomans were one of the greatest empires in history

For such a great power they really took their fall sitting down.

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What sorts of foods did sultans like Suleiman the Magnificent enjoy in the Ottoman Empire? Did the diet of the Sultan change as the empire expanded and contracted at various times throughout the empire's history? Were the food of conquered lands incorporated into the diet?
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I’m looking for a podcast that goes over the history of the Ottoman Empire

That is all.

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Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan told France on Saturday to study its own history rather than Turkey’s in a warning against the French parliament passing a law making it illegal to deny the mass killing of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire was genocide. english.alarabiya.net/art…
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[WP] Throughout history, all civilizations fall. The Roman Empire, the British Empire, The Ottoman Empire among others. A secret organization has been behind every collapse. You are a member of this organization. Your mission, start the downfall of the United States of America.
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A book on history of the Ottoman empire
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