The reasons for the collapse and crisis of the Ottoman Empire.

The Ottoman Empire existed for over 600 years – it was a monarchy led by sultans from the Ottoman dynasty. It was a powerful state, consisting of numerous peoples, covering the territories of Europe, Asia and Africa. But in the 19th century, a crisis intensified in the empire, leading to the collapse of a huge kingdom. The reasons for the collapse were: the discontent of many Balkan peoples with Turkish rulers. As a result, frequent armed uprisings broke out. Three Turkish wars with Russia in the 19th century also weakened the empire. And finally, the empire collapsed from within, due to the population’s hatred of the arbitrariness and permissiveness of the janissary corps – the Sultan’s elite troops. As a result, the country weakened politically and economically, and the once powerful empire fell apart.

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