The Ottoman Empire (دولت عليه عثمانیه) also known as the Turkish Empire, was a state that controlled much of Southeast Europe, Western Asia and North Africa between the 14th century and early 20th century. It's capital and cultural centre was Constantinople, Turkey.
In 1456 A.D., the Ottoman Empire invaded Hungary. Vlad Dracul and his sons Vlad Dracula and Radu travelled to the Ottoman Empire, where they planned to negotiate for peace. They were ambushed en route by agents of Sultan Murad II, who held the sons captive, forcing Vlad the Elder to favor Turkey. This eventually led John Hunyadi and Vlad's other advisers to revolt against him, killing him and his son Mircea. After five years of torture, Radu had died in captivity.
In 1459 A.D., Vlad had become king of the vampires and lured Murad into a trap. Dracula's female followers took out Murad's men while Dracula killed Murad personally. After feeding upon on Murad, Dracula tossed Murad's lifeless body to his men.
Later that year the Turkish warlord Turac defeated Dracula who left him alive, hoping to use him to seize control of Transylvania. Another account suggested the Ottomans were helped by the immortal mutant; Apocalypse and his band of Dark Riders.
In 1526 A.D., the Ottoman Empire defeat the Hungarian forces, establishing control over most of the country.
In 1699 A.D., Austrian Habsburgs under Leopold I expel the Ottoman Empire.
In 1821 A.D., the Greeks rebelled against Turkish rule. 
In 1827 A.D., the Greeks won their independence.
Fall of the Empire
The empire's defeat during World War I resulted in the loss of territory to the British Empire and French Empire. After the war of independence and the desolation of the monarchy, the Republic of Turkey was formed.
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