With the fall of Constantinople in 1453 by the Ottoman Turks, the nations of Western Europe were forced to look elsewhere for cheaper access to the luxurious spices flowing from the East and supplying the ever-more increasing demands of a growing European populace.
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Charlie is the former deputy editor and current editor of the Outspoken Oppa. As an American interested in politics and warfare, he writes about political ideologies and philosophy.
After the conquest of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks in 1453, Western European populations had to face the severe consequences of their main source of cheap, eastern trade being shut off.
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