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Keywords: Spring , humanities, history. Abstract The Ottoman Empire's adoption of gunpowder as a war-winning weapon predated other European states and signaled the beginning of the military revolution which characterized the early modern era that began in with the fall of Constantinople and ended around However, the Turkish advantage in arms was short-lived, and by the end of the era, the empire's military was outdated and at the mercy of its European neighbors.
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Focusing on the three major areas that chracterized the military revolution-artillery, fortification, and firepower-this paper examins how the Ottoman Empire's military stagnated as a result of its refusal to innovate. Author Biography Conor McGovern. He is a native of Albany, New York. His main academic interests lie in the study of the culture and history of the Balkans, especially the former Yugoslavia and Bosnia-Herzegovina in particular.