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The Ottoman Empire's 19th Century Tanzimat Reform
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the black Napoleon
casting fear around the world
the French Revolution brought to life this idea of exclusion and inclusion
The Ottoman Empire
beginning to come            at its edges
         French expedition to Egypt
thought of taking over this province and modernizing it
pulling it away from the                in Istanbul
Mohamed Ali Pasha (1769-1849)
believed in Egypt as an                      political space
made appeals to                to invest in Egypt
regarded as the founder of modern            because of the dramatic reforms in the                 , economic and cultural spheres that he instituted
idea was for Egypt to exist within the loose membrane of the Ottoman Empire
concocted a new Axis with British and             
economic relations to the rest of Europe
1821              broke away all together
1832 became independent
the crisis of internal breakaways as Greece and Egypt
gave the sultans some room to maneuver and                  the Ottoman Empire against:
traditional                  elites
the old office class that had failed to defend the Ottoman Empire
the traditional                clerics
sultans followed examples of
Muhammad Ali of Egypt
Sultan              II
         Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1808 until his death in 1839
began the process of reforming the Ottoman Empire
known as The            the Great of Turkey
1826 abolishment of the conservative                    corps, which removed a major obstacle to his and his successors reforms in the Empire
revamped              structure
tried to get away from old system of tax farming
updated and modernized the military
created                that would educate the population
borrowed new innovations from             
the goal was to create a modern Ottoman Empire capable of competing on the              stage
tried to negotiate a pact with Muhammad Ali of Egypt
Tanzimat Reform
Tanzimat =                             
a period of reformation that began in 1839 and ended with the First Constitutional Era in 1876
modernize the Ottoman Empire
secure its territorial integrity against nationalist movements from             
defend itself from aggressive powers from                of the state
sought to grant emancipation to non-Muslim subjects of the Empire
integrate non-           more thoroughly into Ottoman society by enhancing their civil liberties and granting them equality throughout the Empire
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