Ottoman Responses

Ottoman Responses - Opposing centralization: Bedr Khan...

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Ottoman Responses Siyasiyabend—anti consumerist group performing on the street Film: Crossing the Bridge http://www.crossingthebridge.de/
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How did Ottomans respond? Ottoman empire and Egypt confront Defeat and the resulting European encroachment Influence economic policy (1838 Treaty) Redefine who belongs Ismail Pasha in greater Syria Rescript of 1839 Minorities become proteges of Europeans Compromising economic independence (Public Debt Administration)
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Responses Riot: Damascus 1860 Smuggling: tobacco Non-enforcement: Mosul Opposition to autocratic ineffective rule: Constitutionalism Uprising: Urabi
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Mosul: Non-enforcement
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Unformatted text preview: Opposing centralization: Bedr Khan Resisting 1838 Imports available Nomads (reading) Ottoman Constitution 1876 Young Ottomans demand Constitution Government inadequate Ottomans are civilized Shura precedent Sultan Abdulhamid II 1876 Midhat Pasha Leader of Constitionists Abdul Hamid II Arabi Revolt! Khedive Tawfiq (1879) Army demanded reform, greater role for local officers, end dual control 1882 Letter: France and England oppose formation of constitutional government Alexandria riots provided pretext for British occupation British shelled Alexandria Took Cairo...
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2009 for the course HIST 276 taught by Professor Shields during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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