For this quiz, the definition of Turkic people will be ethnic Turks and Turkic-speaking minorities. Former countries that did not assimilate during their occupation of Turkic lands (e.g. Tang dynasty) are not considered. Turks that occupied other regions and lost their identities as time went on are also excluded. Hunnic controlled regions are highlighted but not included in this quiz as they are believed to be Turkic but not enough backing information exists
Tributaries and regions under heavy influence are included.
While this probably is not perfect, this map should be a rough representation of how far Turkic powers have reached.
I'll change that part up a bit when I'll next update this, thanks
Those lands were under the Mughal empire and the Qutb Shahi dynasty
I'm also curious about that piece of land in what appears to be Gujarat. Was that just something that the Mughals never conquered?
As for that chunk in India, yeah it seems like the Mughals somehow missed it, it was not highlighted as part of any Turkic powers
1) Armenian Genocide is a controversial thing. There are some researches made by American scientists (not Turkish) and they say Armenian Genocide wasn’t real. I don’t say Armenian Genocide is real or not. But it is controversial topic. There are many things about Armenian Genocide. NONE of them are proved.
2) We don’t hate Kurds. We don’t kill Kurds. Kurds are ethnically Kurd, but they still have Turkish citizenship. They are Turkish. We love Kurds.
3) Who said every country should be multicultural? South Korea is the second least diverse country in the world. And it is one of the most developed countries in the world.
4) Alevis are muslims. Everyone consider Alevis as muslims in Turkey. Only difference is the sects (Sunni-Shia)
5) I have Armenian, Kurd and Alevi friends. I love all of them. We don’t hate them. We don’t kill them.
I've made a quiz on Germanic people (which I'm yet to update :P) already, which includes the UK
If you want just the British Empire, I'm sure Dekkie has made a such quiz
Time to farm by translating this to French
According to wiki articles, Ceuta and Melilla were already Spanish territories when the Saadi Sultanate became an Ottoman vassal and weren't taken over by Ottoman Turks
Those parts were once controlled by the Qutb Shahi dynasty, which was under Turkoman rule
Oh and they worshipped onions religiously /j
Turkic history is not only Ottomans bro
It is autonomous republic in russia it is Turkic but not in the map ?!?
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