Ottoman Empire HIST 3121
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cydney Tinsley on Friday September 9, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 3121 at University of Colorado Denver taught by Michael Kozakowski in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see World at War 1914-1945 in History at University of Colorado Denver.
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Cydney Tinsley World at War Week 3: Ottoman Empire The Ottoman Empire in WWI 1. Key Questions: a. How does examining the involvement of the Ottoman Empire in WWI expand our notions of the chronology and geographic scope of WWI? b. How did the various agreements about the post-war fate of the Ottoman Empire set the stage for future conflicts? 2. Ottoman Empire a. Consisted of the countries involving and around Cilicia, Turkey, Istanbul, Armenia, Crimea, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, etc. b. Mostly Orthodox-Christian countries. c. The Ottoman’s were considered a ‘sick-man’ and were starting to lose territory to other countries. 3. Lithographs a. A plate that was engraved and inked, then used to print many copies. 4. 1912 a. Balkan war breaks out and draws the Ottoman Empire out of Europe, then fights amongst themselves. i. France and Britain decide to split up what’s left of the Ottoman Empire 1. Russia finds out about this plan, and decides they want some of the Empire, too. But then the Russian Revolution happens, and the Russians threaten to publish France and Britain’s plan to the world. In doing so, Russia got cut out of the deal. b. Both sides of the war want the Balkans, mainly because of good routes to pretty much anywhere, both by land and sea. c. Enver Pasha led the Balkan countries to side with Germany. d. All laws became Civil Laws, meaning no more special laws for religion. 5. Armenian Genocide a. War starts because people thought the Armenians were partnered with Russia (many of them were), so the Armenians were rounded up, re- located, or, in a lot of cases, killed. 6. Husay ibn Ali: Sharif of Mecca 7. Sir Henry McMahon: British High Commissioner in Egypt.
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