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History, Decline and Traditional Reform

Ottoman Empire, old ways, phases, decline, end of World War

The decline of the Ottoman Empire began late in the reign of Suleiman I and continued until the end of World War I in 1918. Official reaction to this decline came in phases—that of Traditional Reform (1566-1807), when efforts were made to restore the old institutions, and that of Modern Reform (1807-1918), when the old ways were abandoned and new ones, imported from the West, were adopted.

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