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For centuries, it had spurned technological and economic progress, while the nations of Europe had embraced innovation and became industrial giants. Now, they lost battle after battle to modern European armies.
Only the Armenians and the Arabs of the Middle East remained stuck in the backward and nearly bankrupt empire, now under the autocratic rule of Sultan Abdul Hamid II.
Great powers rose and fell over the many centuries and the Armenian homeland was at various times ruled by Persians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs and Mongols.
Following the advent of Christianity, Armenia became the very first nation to accept it as the state religion.
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With the 1878 suspension of the Ottoman Constitution, reform-minded Ottomans resorted to organizing overseas or underground.
The backbone of the movement was formed by young military officers who were especially disturbed by the continuing decline of Ottoman power and attributed the crisis to the absence of an environment for change and progress.
At the center of the Young Turk Revolution stood the Committee of Union and Progress (CUP) formed in 1895.
Its members came to be known as Ittihadists or Unionists.
The most ideologically committed party in the entire movement, the CUP espoused a form of Turkish nationalism which was xenophobic and exclusionary in its thinking.