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  1. A map of the territorial expansion of the Ottoman Empire from 1307 to 1683. This article provides a timeline of the Ottoman Empire This timeline is incomplete; some important events may be missing. Please help add to it. Contents 1 14th century 2 15th century 3 16th century 4 17th century 5 18th century 6 19th century 7 20th century 8 See also

  2. Ottoman Empire through 1949 • 1967 to the present • Jerusalem • Bethlehem (coming soon) • Area C/ Jordan Valley (coming soon) • Loss of Land Above: This map shows in dark brown the Ottoman Empire’s territory in 1914, at the beginning of WWI. This empire included Palestine – see the location of Jerusalem.

  3. The Ottoman Empire, after WWI, was partitioned, creating the modern Arab World (Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Egypt, Djibouti, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, etc.) and the Republic of Turkey.

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    1299
    Ottoman Empire Founded, Osman I’s reign ...
    1389
    Battle of Kosovo resulting in the capture ...
    1396
    Conquest of Bulgaria in the Battle of ...
    1444
    Crusade of Varna comes to an end on ...
  4. The empire comes to be called the “sick man of Europe.” 1876–1923 Abdülhamid II rules the Ottoman Empire from 1876, but a revolutionary group, known as the Young Turks, arises in opposition to his authoritarian regime and deposes the sultan by 1909. The Ottomans fight on Germany’s side in World War I (1914–18).

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