Second Constitutional Era (Ottoman Empire): Quiz

Question 1: With most of the Christian population having already left the Empire after the ________, a redefinition of Ottoman politics was in place with a greater emphasis on Islam as a binding force.
Italo-Turkish WarBalkan WarsFirst Balkan WarRusso-Turkish War (1877–1878)

Question 2: On 5 August 1912, due to the situation of emergency created by the ________, the Parliament was closed.
Balkan WarsEleftherios VenizelosFirst Balkan WarBalkan League

Question 3: The primary reason for the coup had been the disastrous fortunes of the Ottoman Empire during the ________.
Italo-Turkish WarBalkan WarsRusso-Turkish War (1877–1878)First Balkan War

Question 4: About a hundred Ottoman politicians were sent to exile in ________ (see Malta exiles).
MaltaUnited StatesPhilippinesCyprus

Question 5: Through highly secret diplomatic negotiations, a fraction within the CUP led the Ottoman Empire to ally herself with ________ during the World War I.

Question 6: On April 5, the sultan ________ Vahdeddin, under the pressure of the Allies, closed the Ottoman Parliament officially.
Mehmed VIAbdülmecid IAbdul Hamid IIAbdülmecid II

Question 7: The effective power lay in the hands of Mehmed Talat Pasha, the Interior Minister, ________, the Minister of War, and Cemal Pasha, the Minister of the Navy, till 1918.
İsmail EnverArmenian GenocideWorld War ICaucasus Campaign

Question 8: The Empire's role as an ally of the ________ is part of the history of that war.
Central PowersSerbian Campaign (World War I)World War IBalkans Campaign (World War I)

Question 9: After the ________, Ottoman Empire became an entity with two major constituents; namely Turks and Arabs.
First Balkan WarRusso-Turkish War (1877–1878)Balkan WarsItalo-Turkish War

Question 10: The Young Turk Revolution which began in the ________ provinces spread quickly throughout the empire and resulted in the Sultan announcing the restoration of the 1876 constitution and reconvening the parliament on 3 July 1908.
EuropeEastern EuropeBalkansWestern Europe

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