Questions: The New Imperialism in the Nineteenth Century and the Ottoman and Russian Empires
The Ottoman Empire dominated the Middle East and North Africa during a period between 1500 and 1700, prior and following which its territorial domains were much smaller.
Vienna has long been considered by the Ottoman Empire as a highly strategic point of trade due to its access to the northern, southern, eastern and western parts of Europe, hence its strong desire to occupy it. The Austrians, under the Holy Roman Empire, were assisted by the German States and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Reforms in education and technology proved necessary for the Ottoman Empire during the early 1700s, not Continue reading...