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The Ottomans seemed to be very important in various ways. The Ottoman Empire was marked as one of the strongest empires in history. But just like anything else in the world, this empire had its positive and negative outcomes. The main goal of the Ottoman Empire was expansion. The main reason why they got themselves into World War I was to win back lost territories and gain back land that was lost. The Ottoman Empire was able to grow so quickly due to other countries being weak and poorly organized. Also, the Ottomans had an advantage due to the fact that they had military organization and tactics. The Ottomans were best known for their achievements in art, science, and medicine. Ottoman architecture was extremely useful at this time because it helped them build mosques and other important public buildings that were able to be built because of the land they had gained at this time. Some of the greatest progressions in medicine were made by the Ottomans. The Ottomans also invented many surgical utensils that are still used today like the forceps, catheters, scalpels, pincers, and lancets. The Ottomans were noted to be very open-minded about other religions. The Ottomans created a millet system which was for people who were not Muslim but were given a certain amount of power to control their own activities while still being under the Ottoman rules. Throughout the rest of the 1500-1700’s the Ottoman Empire fell into a decline of power after many military defeats. During the middle of the 1600’s the empire was brought back for a short period of time after military victories in Persia and Venice occurred. In 1699 the empire began to lose territory and power and deteriorate. A series of treaties during this time is what caused the empire to lose a part of their economic independence which had a major impact on them. Though in the mid-1800’s the independence of the empire was acknowledged by the Congress of Paris but this didn’t help them when they were losing their strength as a European power. In the late 1800’s, there were many rebellions and the Ottoman Empire still continued to lose their territory and political/social uncertainty which then created a negative outlook toward the empire. The Balkan Wars in 1912-1913 and the revolution by Turkish nationalists continued to reduce the empire’s territory and increased instability also causing the Ottomans to lose basically all of their European territories. At the end of World War I, the Ottoman Empire officially came to an end with the Treaty of Sevres. The Ottoman Empire was officially over in 1922 when the title of Ottoman Sultan was terminated. Turkey was declared a republic in 1923 which led to the fall of the Ottoman Empire. Even though the Ottoman Empire had its collapse, it was still considered one of the largest, longest lasting and most successful empires in the world’s history. The Ottoman Empire lasted for over 600 years and was able to have control over large yet different populations and lands. It had various and different policies that had to be followed in order to compete and not die down. Though the Ottoman Empire fell, the Ottomans still left a mark on the world today. They are remembered for their very powerful military, architecture, religious outlooks, ethnic diversity,