On 3 March 1878, the Peace Treaty of San Stefano (a tiny town near Istanbul) between Russia and the Ottoman Empire was signed, bringing Bulgaria back to the political map.
What does TOE stand for?
TOE stands for The Ottoman Empire
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We have 71 other meanings of TOE in our Acronym Attic
- Target Operating Environment
- Task, Object, Event (computer programming)
- TCO (Transmission Control Protocol) Offload Engine
- TCP/IP Offload Engine
- Team of Experts
- Technical Operations Expert
- Telephone Outage Emergency (Emergency Alert System Code)
- Term of Enlistment
- Termination of Employment (various meanings)
- Test of Effectiveness (Sarbanes-Oxley compliance)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Shadow of the Sultan's Realm: The Destruction of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East by Daniel Allen Butler Washington, DC: Potomac Books, 2011 302 pages $29.
ByLECyK (CyHAN)- Celebrations commemorating the 731st anniversary of the death of Ertuy-rul Gazi, the father of Osman Gazi, the founder of the Ottoman Empire, as well as the SE[micro]y-E-t YE[micro]rE-k Festival, were held in SE[micro]y-E-t, a town in Bilecik province, where the foundation of the Ottoman Empire is believed to have been laid.
Summary: Armenian Catholicos of Cilicia Aram I Keshishian called on Turkey to reconcile itself to its history and recognize the Armenian Genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Empire in 1915.
5 million of their kin fell victim to genocide during World War I under the Ottoman Empire.
US President Barack Obama spoke to Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, following complaints from Ankara about his remarks on Armenian massacres under the Ottoman Empire, a White House statement said.
00 [pounds sterling] hardback Madeline Zilfi's book examines gender politics through slavery and social regulation in the Ottoman Empire.
This fascinating volume details the battle in Mesopotamia which led to the creation of Iran and Iraq, the struggle for territory in the Caucasus, the doomed Gallipoli campaign and the final act in Palestine, where the Ottoman Empire finally crumbled.