When German and other eastern European peoples were living in the Ottoman Empire during the Ottoman period, they were largely assimilated by the Turks.
Their culture, however, had very different meanings and customs.
These changes influenced how people viewed themselves and the world around them.
These differences can still be seen today.
As the history of the Ottoman empire has been re-written by historians, they have created a variety of stories about the Ottoman Turks and their culture.
Here are 10 things we can learn from the stories of the past.
The Ottomans wanted to control their peoples’ identity and culture.
As we learned from the story of the Ottomen empire, the Ottoms were intent on controlling their peoples.
The Ottoman government tried to control the language, dress, and dress styles of the people it governed.
This meant that the Ottumans could control what people thought of them, how they lived, and what their clothing and religion were.
The Ottomens wanted to make sure that the people in the empire had a sense of their own identity and how they should live their lives.
The Turks also had strong social control.
The idea of being a citizen of a nation was one of the greatest privileges of the Turkish people.
The Turks were ruled by the Ottamans, but they also had their own laws and customs that were very different from those of the Turks who ruled the empire.
These were considered to be important aspects of a Muslim’s life.
There were some differences in their way of life.
The Turkic people in general did not have much of a traditional way of living, and they lived a very different way from the Germanic and other Eastern European peoples.
There were many social customs that did not exist in the German and Eastern European societies.
This led to differences in the way they lived and how people perceived their cultures.
For example, there were many different ways of cutting bread, including cutting it up and making bread into various shapes, and these different ways were very important for people in each society.
The Ottoman Turks had a great influence on the way people think about the world.
The influence of the Turkic peoples can be seen in the history books of Germany and many other countries.
These stories were written and recorded by the people who lived in the period.
These people also had a lot of influence on how their country was perceived and talked about by people around the world and in their own societies.
The Turkish people were not very interested in conquering other people’s cultures.
As many as 1 in 5 Turks lived in a country that had some sort of Islamic culture.
There was a lot more interaction between the Turkish and other cultures than between the other cultures.
There is a lot that the Turks learned from their Muslim neighbors, but there were also some differences between them and their neighbors.
The idea of a Turkish caliphate was something that was extremely difficult to accept.
The Turkish people did not accept the idea of having a Turkish state, and their people were quite religious.
It was difficult to reconcile the idea that they were the rulers of all the Muslim countries in the world with the idea they were all Muslims.
The Muslim world saw the Turks as being the only true Muslims.
There have been many attempts to reconcile this.
For instance, the Islamic Republic of Turkey has a constitution that is based on the Islamic sharia, and Turkey is considered one of only two countries in Europe where the Islamic Sharia is practiced.
There are some similarities between the idea and the idea, but these are small similarities compared to the way the Turks treated other people in their empire.
The culture of the Islamic Turks changed with time.
During the Ottoman era, there was a very strict Islamic rule, which meant that Muslims had to follow strict laws and regulations.
The rule was very rigid.
The Muslims had a strict moral code, and the Turks were very strict about morals.
The Islamic Turks had an even stricter moral code.
The main difference between the two was that the Islamic Turkish system of government was very strong, whereas the Ottoman system was very weak.
There was a strong influence of Islam on the German people.
As I have already said, there is a strong Turkish influence on German society.
It is clear that the Germans of the time saw the Ottoman rule as a threat and wanted to escape from it.
As a result, many German people adopted Islam, and this influenced how Germans viewed the Islamic and Turkish peoples.
There is a great deal of similarity between the way Germans and Turks live today.
Both the Turks and Germans of this period saw the other as the masters and ruled over the other.
The Germans and the Germans in general are very proud of the way their people are living, so the Germans have a strong sense of pride in their civilization and culture, which is why they try to protect and protect their people.
The relationship between Turks and German people has changed.
The relationship between the Turks