This article provides a timeline of the Ottoman Empire. See also Timeline of the Republic of Turkey, a chronology of the successor state to the Ottoman Empire. Timeline Description: The Ottoman Empire started in what is now Turkey and reached out to parts of Europe, Africa, and Asia. Its primary purpose was to gain land and to spread the Islamic teachings of its rulers. During World War I, the Ottoman Empire sides with the Central Powers. They lose the war, and peace treaties cause the empire to dissolve. Page 7 First World War timeline. This timeline lists key events in New Zealand’s experience of the First World War.
Discover how Britain emerged as a major influence in the Middle East during WW1. The Ottoman Empire called for a military jihad against France, Russia and Great Britain in November 1914. How did this affect subsequent Allied campaigns in the Middle East? David Woodward charts the demise of an empire and a dramatic shift in the region’s balance of power. A detailed timeline outlining the causes of World War 1. The Ottoman Empire was one of the greatest empires in world history.
Kids learn about the timeline and events of World War I. The fighting in WW1 lasted from 1914 to 1918. Timeline includes battles, war declarations, treaties, and more. April 25 – The Allies attack the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Gallipoli. This campaign will last over eight months and will end as a victory for the Ottomans and the retreat of the Allies. The Ottoman Empire joined the Central Powers to form the Triple Alliance with the signing of the August 1914 Turco-German Alliance. Turkey formally entered World War I on 28 October 1914 with the bombing of Russian Black Sea ports. A.D The Ottoman empire annihilated the Byzantine Empire by taking over their capital, Constantinople. A.D. The Ottomans supported Germany in the campaign against the allies during WWI. the Germans lost, therefore, so did the Ottomans 1920 A.
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World War I Timeline, Digital History ID 2939 1871 January 18: Otto von Bismarck completes the unification of Germany into a single nation. In the first Balkan War, a Balkan allianceconsisting of Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece, and Montenegrosucceeds in stripping the Ottoman empire of almost all of its remaining land in Europe. 1389 Despite the rebellions, and the short-lived Serbian and Bulgarian occupations in the 13th and 14th centuries, Macedonia remained Byzantine territory until the Ottoman Turks conquer it in 1389. 1914-Ottoman Empire joins World War I and sides with Central Power. 1908 – Young Turk Revolution establishes constitutional rule, but degenerates into military dictatorship during First World War, where Ottoman Empire fights in alliance with Germany and Austria-Hungary. 1918-22 – Partition of defeated Ottoman Empire leads to eventual triumph of Turkish National Movement in war of independence against foreign occupation and rule of Sultan.