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  • 1. Ottoman Empire & Qing Empire Era of Changes 1750 to 1900
  • 2. Ottoman Empire & Qing Empire – the turbulent 19th century
  • 3. Ottoman Expansion 1300 - 1600
  • 4. Nationalist revolutions & European advances led to the Ottoman Empire losing territory EX. Independence in the Balkans Semi-Independence in North Africa Later British influence in Egypt
  • 5. The Decline of Ottoman Rule
  • 6. The Empire became known as "the sick man of Europe” by Europeans.
  • 7. MANCHU CHINA – the QING DYNASTY (the last dynasty of China)
  • 8. Qing China produced more goods and held onto a favorable trade balance into the late 1700s.
  • 9. THE OPIUM WARS
  • 10. Chinese Rulers sing-along -to the tune of “Frere Jacques”? Shang, Zhou, Qin, Han Shang, Zhou, Qin, Han Sui, Tang, Song Sui, Tang, Song Yuan, Ming, Qing, Republic Then comes Revolution Mao Zedong, Mao Zedong
  • 11. Empires that didn’t strike back! Qing Dynasty of China (1644 – 1911) The end of a 4000 years of dynastic cycles. Ottoman Empire (1300 – 1918) 600 year old powerhouse fell.
  • 12. Empires that didn’t strike back! CHANGES • Economy weakened • Political Rebellions • European pressure / takeover • Social Class changes
  • 13. CAUSES In both Qing China & the Ottoman Empire: • the government resisted economic change & attempted to maintain preindustrial forms of economic production • the leadership underestimated the growing power of the European nations