Crimean Tatars in the Life of the Ottoman Empire

Hundreds of Crimean Tatars left a significant mark on the history of the Ottoman Empire. Immigrants from Crimea participated in the socio-political, economic and cultural life of the Ottoman state. This is largely due to the forced mass emigration of Crimean Tatars. In the period from the end of the 18th century to the 20s of the XX century. Crimean Tatars occupied high positions in government administrative structures, and also became widely known in the fields of science, education, literature and art. Based on materials from Nariman Abdulvapov.