Why was the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire?


Why was the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire?

Great Arab Revolt:

The Great Arab Revolt was a military uprising from 1916 to 1918 that sought Arab independence and their own government under one of several different dynasties and leaders, and it was a bittersweet revolt in which they won and yet many of their wishes remained half-fulfilled or less.

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The Arab Revolt was against the Ottoman Empire because the Ottomans were in charge and for generations had refused to grant more autonomy or found...

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Turkic Peoples' Domination of the Near East


Chapter 14 / Lesson 14

Turkic peoples came to dominate the Near East between 1100 and 1300. Explore how Turkic peoples came to power in the region by learning about events such as the Great Migration, the uprising of the Mamluks, and the golden age that followed under their rule.

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